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Fat, inactive yet healthy: Could hibernating bears hold clues to treating diabetes in humans?

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How do hibernating bears stay healthy? New research is exploring what humans can learn from them to treat our own health issues, like diabetes.

Added on the 15/10/2022 12:42:42 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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