Middle-aged people will be more ill and for LONGER than baby boomers, major new study suggests
Researchers at University College London found today's 40-and 50-somethings were much more likely to be overweight, diabetic or have heart disease.
19 hours ago - Daily Mail
How can drinking black tea benefit people with diabetes?
Tea in the form of green, oolong or black tea is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world today. All three forms are made from a single plant, specifically, the...
22 hours ago - Natural News - 2 articles
Patients with high blood sugar at higher risk of COVID-19 complications
The COVID-19 causes severe disease in patients with underlying health conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, severe lung disease, heart disease, and a weakened immune system.
1 day ago - News Medical - 9 articles
COVID-19 May Spike Blood Sugar, Raising Death Risk
Bodies stressed by severe COVID-19 could produce abnormally high blood sugar levels, even in people without diagnosed diabetes.
1 day ago - Web MD - 9 articles
Early type 2 diabetes diagnosis drives long-term kidney disease risk
Adults diagnosed with type 2 diabetes before age 30 years are more likely to develop renal failure over time compared with those with a shorter diabetes duration, according to...
1 day ago - Healio
Survey: Majority of U.S. adults concerned poor health may impair life experiences
A survey conducted by the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association revealed that seven in 10 U.S. adults are concerned that poor health will prevent...
1 day ago - Healio
Stress hormone is a crucial component of diabetes management, shows study
A new study by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and The Ohio State University College of Medicine documents a clear link between the stress...
1 day ago - News Medical - 5 articles
Study shows how gut microbiota may contribute to type 2 diabetes
The individual mix of microorganisms in the human gastrointestinal tract provides vital clues as to how any future incidence of type 2 diabetes can be predicted, prevented and...
1 day ago - News Medical
Hyperglycemia Predicts COVID-19 Death Even Without Diabetes
In two Wuhan hospitals, nearly half of all COVID-19 patients without a prior diabetes diagnosis had hyperglycemia, and those individuals were more likely to die within 28...
1 day ago - Medscape - 7 articles
Stress Hormone Linked to Higher Blood Sugar in Type 2 Diabetes Patients
New study finds a clear link between the stress hormone cortisol and higher blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetes patients.
1 day ago - Medindia Health
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Florida Department of Health saboteurs are RIGGING coronavirus test results...
A stunning investigation by Orlando Fox News affiliate Fox 35 finds that the Florida Department of Health is reporting suspiciously high “positive” rates from dozens of...
25 Mental Health Apps, Directories, and Podcasts to Help Improve Black...
Focusing on your mental health is an important aspect to well-being, but due to the stigma surrounding mental health, many people are afraid or embarrassed to discuss what...
Why Obesity May Stack the Deck for COVID-19 Risk
It has become clearer that people who are obese are one of the groups at highest risk from the disease, regardless of their age
Nitrates in amaranth boost aerobic performance, study finds
An extract of amaranth was shown to boost the aerobic capacity of young male subjects in a cycling test, a study has found.
Bacteria in newborn's stool may indicate risk of obesity
The bacteria found in a baby's first stool can predict its likelihood of becoming overweight by the age of three, according to a new prospective, population‐based study...
Half of covid-positive nursing home residents had no symptoms
A Johns Hopkins University study urges universal coronavirus testing in long-term care homes after 55% of 354 patients had no symptoms at the time the tested positive for the...
If You Only Have One Exercise In Your Routine, Make It One Of These
Fitness pros share the workouts and moves they would do every day if they could.
Andexxa Enters Guidelines for Bleeding on Oral Anticoagulation
Recently-approved treatments prompted an update to American College of Cardiology guidance on managing bleeding in patients on oral anticoagulation. New guidance included the...
Squirrel With Bubonic Plague Found in Colorado
Humans can be infected through flea bites, the cough of an infected animal or through direct contact with blood or tissue from an infected animal.
Finding COVID-19 Cases Among the Dead: ‘It May Help the Living'
The number of deaths reported to the office of Connecticut's chief medical examiner, James Gill, MD, spiked 137% in April, mostly due to COVID-19. Now, Gill sees a handful of...