Few prospective data exist on the risk of diabetes in individuals serving in the U.S. The team, led by Joseph Baur, PhD, an assistant professor of Physiology in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania published their findings this month in the journal Diabetes. Now, a new report hints that all three companies are looking into adding unobtrusive sensors to measure glucose levels for diabetics. The findings could point toward new targets for the development of treatment or obesity and diabetes. As a service-learning component of the course, students share their new knowledge with residents of nearby communities. “Sadly India stands out as the diabetic capital of the world and the continuing increase in incidence of this disease is a cause of serious concern. Advocates must do more than talk, he said.
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