An injectable sponge could be used as an intelligent drug delivery method.
Researchers have discovered that injecting a network of nano articles into the body of diabetics can help control blood sugar levels
We've seen remarkable contact lenses that allow for virtual reality vision, wash your eyes with medicated tears, or give you vampire or blinged out pupils. These are all very cool, but now one researcher is developing a contact lens that could save lives of diabetics by monitoring blood sugar and changing color accordingly.
Though new methods for curing diabetes are being studied, it's obviously better to never get it in the first place. Unfortunately, it turns out air pollution in cities might raise one's risk of developing diabetes, according to the Danish Cancer Society.
Rats with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes have been completely cured of the disease, using neuronal stem cells that have been modified to produce insulin. This approach should work in humans, too, and all it involves is shoving a needle up your nose into your brain. Yay!
Designed by Bang & Olufsen Medicom, the Insulair's attractive design may just save you or your kids from a few beatings out in the schoolyard. Inhalers for diabetics such as the Insulair represent a newer way to treat the syndrome....