Lack of Vitamin D Does Not Raise the Risk of Type 1 Diabetes
Genetically determined vitamin D levels do not have a large effect on risk of type 1 diabetes in Europeans.
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Goldenseal, A Natural Botanical Product Interferes With Blood Sugar Control
Goldenseal a natural botanical product can interfere with the absorption of metformin, the anti-diabetic drug and compromise blood sugar control and increase negative outcomes.
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Efficient, systematic genetic analysis helps dissect disease inheritance
An international research team has developed a high-throughput biological assay technique which enabled them to conduct a systematic analysis on the impact of nearly 100,000...
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Long-Term Trial Suggests Metabolic Surgery Can 'Cure' Type 2 Diabetes
Study Authors: Geltrude Mingrone, Simona Panunzi, et al.; Alexander D. Miras, Carel W. le Roux Target Audience and Goal Statement: Endocrinologists, bariatric surgeons The goal...
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11 Foods Everyone With Diabetes Should Keep In Their Kitchen
Stocking up can help keep your blood sugar levels in check.
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AHA, ADA award community grants to improve CVD risk in type 2 diabetes
The American Heart Association, in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association, accounted they awarded 10 community grants of up to $900,000 to help patients with type...
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Covid-19: New Tools Predict Patients at Risk of Mechanical Ventilation
Novel calculators can help doctors predict patient outcomes and allocate better ICU beds and ventilators. VICE uncovers diabetes mellitus, oxygen saturation of the blood. DICE...
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Genes identified that increase the risk of obesity but also protect against disease
Scientists have identified 62 genes that lead to both higher levels of body fat but a lower risk of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. These genes may help to keep body fat...
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New Global Diabetes Cases Ebb
Newly diagnosed diabetes cases have been slowing down worldwide, according to multinational registry data. Among 19 high-income and two middle-income countries, nearly all saw...
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Weekly Link Love - Edition 119
Research of the Week A large portion of COVID complications were due to metabolic co-morbidities . You are mostly what you eat . Keto improves daily function and quality of...
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Olympic-size pool could make waves above Brisbane's Roma Street station
Planning documents released last month revealed the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority intended to push on with plans to build the Brisbane Live arena.
Surf's Up. The Temperature Isn't
Growing numbers of surfers are taking to the Great Lakes - even when the weather is well below freezing.
Why I Overcame My Vaccine Hesitancy
The more people who become immune to the virus, the less this scourge will be able to mutate and evade the vaccines already available
Diagnosing Autism in the Pandemic
Autism spectrum disorder is often suspected when young children stand out as being different from their peers. That can be much harder in this isolated time.
Do You Know the 14 Signs of Vitamin D Deficiency?
Vitamin D regulates the expression of hundreds of genes and is integral to biological functions that affect every bodily system. As you'll see in this short video, vitamin D...
Officials Reach New Low, Say Moist Masks Are Good for You
A number of medical professionals and occupational respirator experts, including Chris Schaefer, featured in the video above, have warned that wearing of face masks may have...
Weekly Health Quiz: Lockdowns, Vaccine Passports and More
1 Recent research found surges in daily positive tests during the fall of 2020 in 18 European countries linearly correlate with: Longitude Humidity Latitude Recent research...
Opioid Use Common for Pain in Multiple Sclerosis
A study shows that 20% of MS patients report prescription opioid use. The researchers urge development of more nonpharmacologic programs. Medscape Medical News
Detroit PE teacher navigates pandemic with charity assist
Student physical activity has dipped during the pandemic