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May 7, 2013 (Newswise) — There is a strong connection between the food people eat and their oral health, according to a recently updated position paper of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
The Academy's position paper "Oral Health and Nutrition" was published in the May issue of the
April 30, 2013 (Newswise) — Federal funding for health care coverage of children with diabetes varies significantly from state to state across the United States, according to new research from the University of Michigan.
The new research, published earlier this year in the Journal of Pediatrics, examines
OSI Pharmaceuticals Grants License to Bristol-Myers Squibb under Dipeptidyl Peptidase IV (DPIV) Patent Portfolio for the Treatme
December 14, 2006 (BIOWIRE) - OSI Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announced today that its diabetes and obesity subsidiary, (OSI) Prosidion, has granted Bristol-Myers Squibb Company a worldwide non-exclusive license under its DPIV patent portfolio for the development and commercialization of DPIV inhibitors for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and related indications. OSI will receive an upfront payment, as well as potential future milestone and royalty payments. Additional financial terms were not disclosed. "We
December 17, 2012 (Newswise) — When the heart works too hard, the brain may be to blame, says new Cornell University research that is changing how scientists look at high blood pressure (hypertension). The study, published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation in November, traces hypertension
December 18, 2012 (Newswise) — Increasing sales taxes on sugary foods to promote healthier food choices among grocery store shoppers is unlikely to be effective because many consumers are unaware of the tax differences on food items sold in grocery stores, according to a new study by RTI International and Cornell University.
The study, published in the American