Diabetes

Can Too Much Sitting Damage Your Internal Organs?

Can Too Much Sitting Damage Your Internal Organs?

3 hours ago   |   Cathe Friedrich

It's no secret that too much sitting is harmful to your health and well-being. When you sit too long, your body goes into hibernation mode. Just as a hibernating bear's...
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Nursing With Diabetes

7 hours ago   |   MedPageToday

Tips for how nurses can cope with their diabetes on the job
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The N.F.L.'s Obesity Scourge

15 hours ago   |   NY Times

The effects of head trauma have gotten much of the attention, but huge weight gains have also damaged N.F.L. retirees.
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Loners suffer from isolation and small social networks: Men who live alone have a 94% chance of developing diabetes

Loners suffer from isolation and small social networks: Men who live alone have a 94% chance of developing diabetes

1 day ago   |   Natural News

Men who live by themselves have a 94 percent risk of suffering from Type 2 diabetes because they tend to lack the emotional and practical support which could contribute to them...
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Research suggests that even short term exposure to the standard Western diet increases risk for disease

Research suggests that even short term exposure to the standard Western diet increases risk for disease

1 day ago   |   Natural News

As the Western diet becomes increasingly prevalent, a new study has revealed that even short-term exposure to unhealthy foods may still raise the odds of developing...
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Secretive 'rebate trap' keeps generic drugs for diabetes and other ills out of reach

1 day ago   |   ABC News

Drug companies routinely make hidden pacts with middlemen.
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How dogs are saving diabetics' lives

1 day ago   |   ABC News

Can a dog's nose save a diabetic's life? Man's best friends are known to sniff out bombs, drugs and even bedbugs, but can they smell trouble for type 1 diabetics? A new study...
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Weekly Link Love-Edition 12

Weekly Link Love-Edition 12

2 days ago   |   Mark's Daily Apple

Research of the Week Maternal choline supplementation reduces the impact of Alzheimer's disease across generations . Subtitles are better than dubbing for learning a new...
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Combining metformin, intensive lifestyle marginally improves glycemic control, body mass

2 days ago   |   Healio

Metformin therapy has a small effect on glycemic control and changes in body mass when combined with intensive lifestyle interventions in adults with type 2 diabetes and...
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Recent diabetes drug news stories

2 days ago   |   Healio

Endocrine Today has compiled a list of recent news reports about diabetes drugs, including FDA actions and new agents in development. FDA advisory committee splits vote...
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Day 100: Turn The Page

Day 100: Turn The Page

Hi friends - I'm officially on Day 100 of my 100 Day Project of posting a blog every single day. It feels kind of surreal that it's actually Day 100, and it's really crazy to... Read more ...

Can Negative Ions Improve Your Mood?

Can Negative Ions Improve Your Mood?

Hola chiquitas and chiquitos and chiquites... I'm a tiny bit thrown off right now because I thought I was on Day 100 of my 100 Days of Blogging, but I'm actually only on Day... Read more ...

The most powerful and effective home remedies you can use instead of ibuprofen

The most powerful and effective home remedies you can use instead of ibuprofen

Ibuprofen is a type of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug that is often used to relieve pain, fever, and inflammation related to a wide range of health conditions. Some... Read more ...

It's part of how society works: Study finds children and chimpanzees WANT...

It's part of how society works: Study finds children and chimpanzees WANT justified punishments for antisocial people - does this explain our polarized politics?

A fascinating new study has shed light on one aspect of human behavior that doesn't tend to get a lot of attention, and that is the delight that some people take in seeing... Read more ...

Social Behaviors Could Be Influenced By Cerebellum Activity: Study

Social Behaviors Could Be Influenced By Cerebellum Activity: Study

A direct connection between the cerebellum and an area of the brain involved in controlling reward and motivational behaviors have been found in this study. This area is... Read more ...

Survey Studying Social Influences in People Attending A E

Survey Studying Social Influences in People Attending A E

A survey of 20 disadvantaged neighborhoods across North West UK revealed social influences behind people attending their local Accident Emergency departments. Read more ...

New Tools for Cancer Diagnosis Created

New Tools for Cancer Diagnosis Created

Fluorophores will help track whether a body has absorbed medications, said researchers. Read more ...

Renewable Source of Cancer-fighting T Cells Created

Renewable Source of Cancer-fighting T Cells Created

The technique uses structures called artificial thymic organoids, which work by mimicking the environment of the thymus, the organ in which T cells develop from blood stem cells. Read more ...

BREAKTHROUGH: Vitamin D supplements taken during pregnancy found to prevent...

BREAKTHROUGH: Vitamin D supplements taken during pregnancy found to prevent autism in children

Taking vitamin D supplements during pregnancy can prevent the onset of autism spectrum disorder in children, a recent animal study showed. Researchers at the University of... Read more ...

Climbing Stairs at Short Intervals Throughout the Day Can Boost Your Health

Climbing Stairs at Short Intervals Throughout the Day Can Boost Your Health

Short bouts of stair climbing throughout the day can improve your health and fitness, reveals a new study. Read more ...