Adhesive 'patch' monitors blood glucose without needles
This one's for the diabetics who hate having to prick their fingers.
Scientists use nanoparticles to crush lingering fat cells
The treatment uses powerful drugs to beat obesity, while limiting side effects.
Graphene-based patch can help monitor blood sugar levels
It can also deliver medication using tiny needles.
New stem cell treatment could 'cure' type 1 diabetes
It would effectively eliminate the need for daily injections.
Google Life Sciences is working on another diabetes-monitoring project
The health-focused division of Google (Alphabet) is teaming up with a pharmaceutical company for another diabetes monitor.
The Dexcom G5 lets diabetics track blood sugar on their phone
Ever wished your phone could keep track of your blood sugar levels? Now it can.
Google's Life Sciences division to build a miniature glucose tracker
Google's Life Sciences division - now a subsidiary of Alphabet - is working with DexCom to build tiny, bandage-sized sensors to track glucose levels. The slap-on monitoring system could replace finger sticks for diabetics over the next few of years.
Diabetes app shares your blood sugar levels with strangers
Living with diabetes means tracking your meals and insulin level. The new One Drop app for iOS (an...