Mouse training will help to find a treatment for diabetes

Scientists at the Faculty of Physical Education are conducting research aimed at developing a new, nonpharmacological method for treating diabetes mellitus type 2. Theoretically, it is possible to reduce the sugar content in the blood by intensive physical exercise, but it is not known which exercises would be most effective. The scientists intend to discover these patterns by experiments with mice. The data obtained could be the basis for a new therapeutic approach to the treatment of diabetes mellitus and other serious metabolic disorders.
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