Drinks, Fruit Drinks, Energy Drinks and Cardiometabolic

submitted by: ZRT_Laboratory

Dr. Sanjay Kapur, ZRT Laboratory Scientific Director, talks about healthy drink choices, and drink consumption as it relates to diabetes, weight gain and other cardiovascular risks.

Clinical Pearls in Men's Health.

submitted by: mcgheekkm

Dr. Beckman discusses his article appearing in the July 2010 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings commenting on three cases involving men's health.

Introduction to the RGD Phenotypes and Models Portal

submitted by: jennifer.r.smith

Despite what our name might imply, the Rat Genome Database contains much more than just genomic and genetic data for the rat. This video will give you an overview of the RGD Phenotypes and Models portal—a rich resource of information on topics including animal husbandry, identifying what rat strains are good models for certain human diseases, and normal physiological measurements for a variety of rat strains.

Should we focus on Cures or is it better to focus on uplifting lives

submitted by: Johnny Pietersen
http://www.biogetica.com - This video discusses the cure controversies across different systems of medicine. Natural medicine systems like Ayurveda and Homeopathy rarely get into the duality of whether a certain ailment can be cured. Allopathy on the other hand often does and lands up in a situation where very few ailments or diseases can be cured. Is it productive or counter-productive to focus on finding cures? Is it better to focus on curing people or keeping them well? IF you were no...

Antibody Detection and Viral Cures

submitted by: Johnny Pietersen
http://www.biogetica.com - This Video discusses how the presence of Anti-bodies is linked to Viruses. Antibodies are created by your body to fight a virus. These specific anti-bodies are tell tale signs of past or present viral infections or vaccinations. Blood tests do not actually detect the virus; instead they look for antibodies (the body's immune response) in the blood. The presence of life long anti-bodies is now used to label viruses as incurable. Once you've had a certain virus you...

Minimize Hypoglycemic Episodes Utilizing Remote Assistance via Mobile Phones

submitted by: syhon

My project involves researching on the versatile dynamics of hypoglycemia and how it can affect individuals differently. By doing so, I can identify specifications for an alarm device that can be tailored to each individual’s needs, so the device can warn the hypoglycemic individual before his or her glucose level falls below a certain threshold.

Adapting the DOTS Framework for Tuberculosis Control to the Management of Non-Communicable Diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa

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submitted by: Willy
Note: Once this publication is available in PubMed Central the XML version will become available to connect figures and data. For now, for the full text and figures, please refer to the paper available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.0050124 Abstract: In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), communicable diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria, are still responsible for the greatest burden of morbidity and mortality [1]. However, non-communicable diseases...
Authors: Anthony d. Harries, Andreas Jahn, Rony Zachariah, Donald Enarson

Your Guide to Diet and Diabetes for Hispanic Audiences: A Cultural Translation

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Summer Porter shares her poster session at the Experimental Biology Conference 2008 titled "Your Guide to Diet and Diabetes for Hispanic Audiences: A Cultural Translation"