Master Doctor Search: Diabetes & Endocrinology
Coffee may reduce risk for kidney disease
Recently published findings suggest coffee consumption may provide a beneficial effect on kidney function, thereby reducing the risk for developing chronic kidney...
1 hour ago - Healio - 3 articles
The Ketogenic Diet: Evidence for Optimism but High-Quality Research Needed
ABSTRACTFor > 50 y, dietary guidelines in the United States have focused on reducing intakes of saturated and total fat. However, rates of obesity and diabetes rose markedly...
3 hours ago - Nutrition
Cancer Drug Neratinib Halts Beta-Cell Death in Diabetic Mice
Scientists hope "repurposing" a cancer drug could lead them to a new class of small molecules that help preserve and regenerate endogenous beta cells, with an ultimately...
3 hours ago - Medscape - 2 articles
AI tool for NAFLD could ‘make biopsies history'
LOS ANGELES - In this video exclusive, Christos S. Mantzoros, MD, PhD, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, chief of endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism at the...
4 hours ago - Healio
FDA checks metformin drugs for potentially carcinogenic substance
The FDA is checking metformin medications used to treat diabetes for a potential carcinogen, N-nitrosodimethylamine .
4 hours ago - News Medical
Lower BMI Tied to Lower Diabetes Risk, Even among Non-Overweight People
Having a lower body mass index is strongly linked to reduced type II diabetes risk, among people with varied family history, genetic risk factors, and weight, reveals a new study.
7 hours ago - Medindia Health
Preterm Infants Face Higher Risk of Diabetes in Childhood, Adulthood
Premature babies may be more likely to develop diabetes as children and young adults than full-term infants, a new study suggests. Reuters Health Information
12 hours ago - Medscape - 3 articles
Ranibizumab, Aflibercept Both Effective for Diabetic Macular Edema in Real World
Both ranibizumab and aflibercept effectively treat diabetic macular edema , one-year data from a registry study reveal. Reuters Health Information
13 hours ago - Medscape
Depression at different points in pregnancy may accompany gestational diabetes
Women who develop gestational diabetes may be more likely than those who do not to experience depression early in pregnancy and after delivery, according to findings published...
14 hours ago - Healio
Intermittent fasting may provide significant health benefits, study shows
Intermittent fasting may provide significant health benefits, including improved cardiometabolic health, improved blood chemistry and reduced risk for diabetes, new research...
15 hours ago - News Medical - 3 articles
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Scientists discover a disease of constant fevers after finding a DNA...
The patients are from three families in the US and are aged between 10 and 82 years old. Scientists found a mutation causes a 'superkiller molecule' to cause inflammation.
Coffee and heart health: Study finds that excessive coffee drinking has no...
For some people, coffee is more than just a beverage; it's a way of life. You'd be hard-pressed to find an avid coffee drinker skip out on their daily cup of joe. But the...
Triple-drug therapy TRIPLES survival rate of advanced breast cancer
The study, led by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, found the three-drug combination kept the disease at bay in patients whose tumours had spread to their brain, when...
Probiotic Yeast May Help Treat Drug-resistant Fungal Infections
A study by researchers at WPI and the Central Food Technological Research Institute in India shows that yeasts derived from food are effective in preventing infections and...
Greta Thunberg Is TIME Magazine's 2019 Person Of The Year
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg caps her huge year by covering TIME Magazine To say that Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg had a breakout year is an understatement...
Outcomes Associated With Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome in Critically...
Objectives: Patterns and outcomes of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome are unknown in critically ill children with hyperglycemia. We aimed to determine whether tight glycemic...
Middle-income Countries are Hardest Hit by Heart Disease in Europe
Middle-income countries shoulder the bulk of disability and death from cardiovascular disease in Europe, according to a new study.
Watching TV May Up Obesity Risk in Kids
Does TV cause childhood obesity? Lifestyle habits like watch television for long hours can make your child obese and overweight, reveals a new study.
New Factors Linked to Suicide Discovered
First-of-its-kind study used machine learning and health data from the entire Danish population to create sex-specific suicide risk profiles, illuminating the complex mix of...
Meaning in Life Linked to Better Health and Well-being
New study has examined the meaning in life and relationship with physical, mental and cognitive functioning.