A haircut can make a guy feel like a new man—and, thanks to Cedars-Sinai investigators, maybe even save his life. A groundbreaking study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has found that African- American men successfully lowered their Read On
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Research at Cedars-Sinai shows cutting off specific nerves to the kidney actually could improve insulin’s effectiveness in the liver and have a positive outcome for diabetic patients.
New research led by the Cedars-Sinai Diabetes and Obesity Research Institute shows the prevalence of obesity among men residing at higher elevations is less than in those living in lower elevations.
Inflammation is at the root of many diseases, and humans are not the only ones fighting it. Bacteria also face many of the same challenges as patients with inflammatory diseases such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and pulmonary emphysema.
Driven by rising obesity levels, the type 2 diabetes epidemic is a ticking time bomb. We asked a variety of experts — from researchers and dietitians to surgeons and health educators — what changes they want to see in the Read On
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