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Diabetes-COVID-19 Paper Retracted for Lack of Ethical Approval

15 hours ago   |   Medscape   |   3 articles

An allegation of plagiarism in a paper about COVID-19 in people with diabetes led to a retraction, but not for lifted text. Medscape Medical News
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Imprecision nutrition? Different simultaneous continuous glucose monitors provide discordant meal rankings for incremental postprandial glucose in subjects without diabetes

1 day ago   |   American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

ABSTRACTBackgroundHigh postprandial glucose excursions may increase risk for disease. Individuals have widely varying glucose responses to different meals, and precision...
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No Link Between Diabetes and Common Mental Disorders in Pregnancy

2 days ago   |   Medscape

A study found no association between anxiety and depression before pregnancy and gestational diabetes mellitus. Medscape UK
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Insulin resistance happens in the gut - but how? Researchers explain

Insulin resistance happens in the gut - but how? Researchers explain

2 days ago   |   Natural News   |   2 articles

Insulin resistance is a metabolic condition often studied in relation to diabetes. This is because it is considered a precursor to Type 2 diabetes. According to a group of...
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Fewer carbs, more protein and fat: Restricted carb diets improve blood sugar control

Fewer carbs, more protein and fat: Restricted carb diets improve blood sugar control

2 days ago   |   Natural News

Diet is an integral part of holistic treatments and management strategies for diabetes. For this reason, healthcare professionals often put people with diabetes on specific...
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Meal replacement shake improves glucose response in type 2 diabetes

2 days ago   |   Healio   |   2 articles

Adults with type 2 diabetes who replaced their usual breakfast and an afternoon or evening snack with a nutritional shake experienced a 47% reduction in postmeal peak glucose...
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AI Could Help Track Response to Anti-VEGF Therapy for Diabetic Macular Edema

2 days ago   |   Medscape

Artificial intelligence analysis of imaging data could help monitor treatment response in patients with diabetic macular edema undergoing treatment with anti-VEGF, a new study...
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Does Weight Training Reduce Inflammation?

Does Weight Training Reduce Inflammation?

3 days ago   |   Cathe Friedrich

You hear a lot about inflammation, the damage it causes, and its relationship to disease. Inflammation is an overreaction of the immune system. Rather than just attacking...
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Diabetic Amputations Soared Amid Italian Pandemic Lockdown

5 days ago   |   Medscape

Amputation rates skyrocketed at an Italian hospital far from the hardest-hit region amid a mandatory national lockdown, a new study has revealed. Medscape Medical News
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SGLT2 Inhibitors Have a Breakout Year

5 days ago   |   Medscape

First indicated for type 2 diabetes, the benefits proven during the past year have thrust the drug class into the top tier of potential treatments for cardiac and renal...
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Effects of Aerobic Conditioning and Strength Training on a Child with Down...

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Researchers led by University College London analysed data from more than 300,000 people from England. They found extra weight is linked with 'higher odds' of admission to... Read more ...

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Moderna admits that some components of mRNA tech used in vaccines can cause “significant adverse events”

As COVID-19 vaccines continue to undergo clinical trials, concerns are growing about some of the components found in these vaccines. The carrier systems of many of the... Read more ...

Dr. Andrew Wakefield warns about coronavirus vaccines and outrageous legal...

Dr. Andrew Wakefield warns about coronavirus vaccines and outrageous legal immunity for vaccine makers in must-see interview

Dr. Andrew Wakefield, creator of the bombshell new film “1986: The Act,” unloads on the deep corruption of the criminal vaccine industry in a new Brighteon Conversations... Read more ...

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FEMA camps gearing up to provide necessary "slave wage" labor to U.S. corporations as manufacturing returns to America

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