New Strategy Normalizes Blood Sugars In Type 2 Diabetics
By Mike Boyle

A new strategy for treating type 2 diabetes has been identified by researchers at Children`s Hospital Boston, which involves identifying a cellular pathway that fails when people become obese. By activating this pathway artificially, the Beantown researchers were able to normalize blood glucose levels in severely obese and diabetic mice. Their findings were recently published by Nature Medicine.

Read more about the study, funded in part by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), here.