Remote control of blood sugar -- COMPAMED Trade Fair

Remote control of blood sugar


Image: a woman and a man wearing face shields and holding differents items in their hands; Copyright: Susan McClellen, University of Iowa Health Care

Calvin Carter and Sunny Huang may have discovered a new way to manage blood sugar non-invasively using electromagnetic fields. Their findings show that exposing diabetic mice to a combination of static electric and magnetic fields for a few hours normalizes two major hallmarks of type 2 diabetes.

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Image: Laboratory technician in a white coat and glasses holding up a test tube - a blue graphic with chimical symbols and signs is laid over it; Copyright: PantherMedia / mikkolem