telegraph.co.ukHormone jab that mimics a gastric band hailed as ‘most exciting’ obesity treatment yetAn injection which helps people lose more than a stone in just four weeks has been developed by British scientists in a breakthrough hailed as ‘the most exciting’ treatment ever found for tackling obesity.
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health.10ztalk.comNeedle-Free ‘Tattoo’ May Help Make Diabetes Pain-Free ⋆ health.10ztalk.comImage Courtesy of UCSD For people with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes, the daily burden of pricking their finger to apply a drop of blood on a test strip is an obstacle to healthy diabetes management. But a new technology hopes to remove that painful finger prick with a blood sugar–sensing “temporary tattoo.” …1
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