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February 18, 2020
Dear all, Greetings from Germany! I am happy to share with you the newest edition of "Profil World" - our newsletter filled with information about clinical research in diabetes and obesity. Upcoming
February 4, 2020
Mild cognitive impairment: another complication of Diabetes mellitus type 1? Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is often considered a risk factor for mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and the association between
January 21, 2020
Profil continues the successful series of scientific webinars. On February 19th, 2020 we will air our free webinar on early phase obesity research. The session is presented by Dr. Daniela Lamers,
January 7, 2020
In Europe chronic diseases account for 86% of deaths and 77% of disease burden, thereby creating a tremendous challenge on societies. At the same time digitisation is bringing huge technological and
December 23, 2019
Another year has passed and the Profil blog has seen many interesting articles through the last months. We have posted about events, conferences, webinars, and interesting scientific topics for
December 10, 2019
Recent study investigates the impact of the combination and order of beer and wine on hangover severity “Beer before wine and you’ll feel fine, wine before beer and you’ll feel queer” or in German
November 26, 2019
Dear all, Greetings from Germany! I am happy to share with you the newest edition of "Profil World" - our newsletter filled with information about clinical research in diabetes and obesity.
November 14, 2019
Lipohypertrophy (LH) is a common side effect of insulin therapy in patients with diabetes mellitus. The prevalence of lipohypertrophy is high with cross-sectional studies reporting up to 64% of