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Diabetes Development: Baby Food and Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes Development: Baby Food and Type 1 Diabetes

Ivanhoe (Nov. 20, 2013) Once called juvenile diabetes, type 1 diabetes is a serious illness requiring a lifetime of injections. 215,000 kids and adults are currently living with this type of diabetes. New research reveals what you feed your baby could play a significant role in the chances of your little one developing the disease.
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The 'Reverse' Vaccine: Stopping Type 1 Diabetes

The 'Reverse' Vaccine: Stopping Type 1 Diabetes

Ivanhoe (Oct. 17, 2013) Three million Americans are living with type 1 diabetes, once known as juvenile diabetes. These patients need to inject themselves with insulin every day to stay alive. Now, for the first time, a promising therapy may stop the disease in its tracks.
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Study Finds Sharp Increase In Diabetes Rates Among U.S. Kids

Study Finds Sharp Increase In Diabetes Rates Among U.S. Kids

Newsy (May 5, 2014) Cases of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes increased sharply in U.S. children between 2001 and 2009. Researchers say today's rates are likely even worse. Video provided by Newsy
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Bariatric Surgery for Diabetes

Bariatric Surgery for Diabetes

Ivanhoe (June 30, 2014) The American diabetes association predicts that one in three adults will have diabetes by the year 2050. A new study is showing just how well a popular surgery is working to stop this serious disease. Video provided by Ivanhoe
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Buck Teeth: Correct Them Once in Early Adolescence

Dec. 18, 2013 A review finds few benefits to a two-stage orthodontic correction for buck teeth in children versus treatment done in one-stage during early ... full story
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New Fossils Shed Light on the Origins of Lions, Tigers, and Bears

Jan. 6, 2014 A new study discusses the origins of cats and dogs, as well as other carnivorous mammals like bears, seals, and weasels (taxonomically called "carnivoraformes"), and describes new specimens ... full story
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'Steak-Knife' Teeth Reveal Ecology of Oldest Land Predators

Feb. 7, 2014 The first top predators to walk on land were not afraid to bite off more than they could chew, a study has found. Researchers suggest that Dimetrodon, a carnivore that walked on land between 298 ... full story
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Jurassic Mammals Were Picky Eaters, New Study Finds

Aug. 20, 2014 New analyses of tiny fossil mammals from Glamorgan, South Wales are shedding light on the function and diets of our earliest ancestors, a team reports. Mammals and their immediate ancestors from the ... full story
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Sinking Teeth Into the Evolutionary Origin of Our Skeleton

Oct. 16, 2013 Did our skeletons evolve for protection or for violence? The earliest vestiges of our skeleton are encountered in 500-million-year-old fossil fishes, some of which were armor-plated filter feeders, ... full story
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First Discovery of Dinosaur Fossils in Malaysia

Feb. 24, 2014 Scientists have found dinosaur fossil teeth in the rural interiors of Pahang -- the first known discovery of dinosaur remains in ... full story
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Warning to Parents on High Acidity Drinks

Aug. 5, 2014 Dental researchers are warning parents of the dangers of soft drinks, fruit juice, sports drinks and other drinks high in acidity, which form part of a "triple-threat" of permanent damage ... full story
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New Dinosaur Found in Portugal, Largest Terrestrial Predator from Europe

Mar. 5, 2014 A new dinosaur species found in Portugal may be the largest land predator discovered in Europe, as well as one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs from the Jurassic. T. gurneyi had blade-shaped ... full story
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First Dinosaurs Identified from Saudi Arabia

Jan. 7, 2014 Dinosaur fossils are exceptionally rare in the Arabian Peninsula. Scientists have now uncovered the first record of dinosaurs from Saudi Arabia. What is now dry desert was once a beach littered with ... full story
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Gene Movements Observed in Vivo

Oct. 10, 2013 Certain parts of DNA are highly mobile and their dynamic motion participates in controlling gene expression. Scientists have just developed a method of observing the organization and movements of the ... full story
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Scientists Reproduce Evolutionary Changes by Manipulating Embryonic Development of Mice

July 30, 2014 By modifying the embryonic development of mice, scientists have reproduced in the laboratory the changes in teeth shape which, in mammals, took millions of years of evolution to take ... full story
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Seal Teeth Offer Glimpse Into the Environmental Past of Russia's Lake Baikal

Mar. 21, 2014 Scientists have found that the teeth of the nerpa seal may hold the strongest evidence of the effects of decades of environmental pollution, nuclear testing, and climate change on Russia's Lake ... full story
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Native American City on the Mississippi Was America's First 'Melting Pot'

Mar. 4, 2014 New evidence establishes for the first time that Cahokia, a sprawling, pre-Columbian city situated at the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, hosted a sizable population of immigrants. ... full story
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Best Way to Brush Teeth? Even Dentists, Dental Associations Don't Agree

Aug. 8, 2014 Advice on how we should brush our teeth from dental associations and toothpaste companies is ‘unacceptably inconsistent’, finds new research. "The public needs to have sound information on ... full story
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Antibacterial Agent Boosts Toothpaste Effectiveness

Jan. 9, 2014 Regular use of fluoride toothpaste containing triclosan, an antibacterial agent, reduces plaque, gingivitis and slightly reduces tooth decay compared to regular fluoride toothpaste, finds a new ... full story
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'Homo' Is the Only Primate Whose Tooth Size Decreases as Its Brain Size Increases

Apr. 3, 2014 Scientists have discovered a curious characteristic of the members of the human lineage, classed as the genus Homo: they are the only primates where, throughout their 2.5-million year history, the ... full story
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Two Million Years Ago, Human Relative 'Nutcracker Man' Lived on Tiger Nuts

Jan. 9, 2014 A new study concludes that ancient ancestors who lived in East Africa between 2.4 million-1.4 million years ago mostly ate tiger nuts with additional nourishment from fruits and invertebrates, like ... full story
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Stem Cells from Teeth Can Make Brain-Like Cells

Apr. 30, 2014 Researchers have discovered that stem cells taken from teeth can grow to resemble brain cells, suggesting they could one day be used in the brain as a therapy for ... full story
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Bacterium, Fungus Team Up to Cause Virulent Tooth Decay in Toddlers

Mar. 12, 2014 Early childhood caries, a highly aggressive and painful form of tooth decay that frequently occurs in preschool children, especially from backgrounds of poverty, may result from a nefarious ... full story
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Squid Sucker Ring Teeth Material Could Aid Reconstructive Surgery, Serve as Eco-Packaging

July 2, 2014 Squid tentacles are loaded with hundreds of suction cups, or suckers, and each sucker has a ring of razor-sharp 'teeth' that help these mighty predators latch onto and take down prey. ... full story
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