Wednesday June 20 2012; The analysis, which will be offered at the Usa Articles Team in Chi city next Aug, revealed that the ingredients in raw fruit could be a system against “metabolic issue,” in which position undesirable fat and swelling cause to serious illnesses, according to Dr. Luis Cisneros-Zevallos, AgriLife Research food professional.
“In the past few years position undesirable fat has become a significant issue in group due to the illnesses associated to it,” said Cisneros-Zevallos, who also is an on the internet online trainer at University state of Phoenix ( az ) ( az ) ( az ) A&M School. “In the U.S., analysis screen that around 30 % of the population is obese or obese, and these circumstances are enhancing every year in enhancing analysis.” Continue reading
Monday, June 4th 2012 (HealthDay News) — People with type 2 diabetes taking Actos (pioglitazone) to control blood sugar may put themselves at risk for bladder cancer, according to a new Canadian study.
Although the absolute risk of anyone developing bladder cancer remains very low, taking the Actos pill for two years can double the risk, the researchers said.
“We believe physicians, patients and regulatory agencies should be aware of this association when assessing the overall risks and benefits of this therapy,” said lead researcher Laurent Azoulay, from the Center for Clinical Epidemiology at the Lady Davis Institute at Jewish General Hospital in Montreal. Continue reading
Wednesday, May 22 (HealthDay News) — Researchers who say they’ve linked type 2 diabetes with earlier development of precancerous colon lesions recommend people with the blood sugar disorder start colorectal screenings at a younger age than others.
“Based on our data, it implies that people with diabetes should get screenings earlier, possibly at age 40, rather than at age 50,” said Dr. Hongha Vu, a clinical gastroenterology fellow at Washington University in St. Louis. Continue reading
MONDAY, May 21 (HealthDay News) — Many American teenagers, including some with a normal, healthy weight, already have one or more risk factors for heart disease, researchers say.
About 22 percent of today’s teens have borderline-high or already high LDL cholesterol — that’s the bad type. And 15 percent have pre-diabetes or diabetes, according to the new research based on data spanning from 1999 to 2008. Continue reading
FRIDAY, May 18 (HealthDay News) — Many people know diabetes — both type 1 and type 2 — can take a serious toll on physical health. But these blood-sugar disorders also can affect your emotions and, in turn, your emotions can wreak havoc on your diabetes control.
Extremes in blood-sugar levels can cause significant mood changes, and new research suggests that frequent changes in blood-sugar levels (called glycemic variability) also can affect mood and quality of life for those with diabetes. Continue reading
MONDAY, May 14 (HealthDay News) — In black Americans with type 1 diabetes, narrowing of the small arteries in the eye’s retina (retinal arteriolar narrowing) is associated with increased risk for cardiovascular disease, a new study finds. Continue reading
Friday, May 11 (HealthDay News) — A new weight-loss drug that is awaiting approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration showed promising results in a recent international trial, researchers report.
Volunteers who took Qnexa, a combination of the drugs phentermine and topiramate, experienced substantial weight loss, even if they had many weight-related health problems, the study found. The findings were reported this week during the European Congress on Obesity in Lyon, France. Continue reading
TUESDAY, May 8 (HealthDay News) — Eating too quickly may raise your risk of diabetes, a small, preliminary study suggests.
Researchers from Lithuania compared 234 people with type 2 diabetes and 468 people without the disease and found that those who gobble down their food were 2.5 times more likely to have diabetes than those who take their time while eating. Continue reading