Probiotics as adjuvant therapy for COVID-19 patients
In a recent review published in the Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews, Luigi Santacroce and Francesco Inchingolo et al. address the many...
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Widespread Liver Disease Missed in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes
Strikingly high prevalence rates of fatty liver disease, advanced fibrosis, and cirrhosis among patients with type 2 diabetes has led to calls for heightened awareness and...
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Placental Function Can Predict Future Diseases In Children
Placental function in pregnant women can help to determine metabolic disorders like obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease in children and adults.
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Diabetes nurses report more health risks for patients, disrupted care during COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to physical and psychological distress for people with diabetes, along with substantial disruptions in clinical diabetes services, according to...
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Monoclonal Antibody Drops Fat, Ups Muscle in Obesity, Diabetes
'Blockade of the activin receptor with bimagrumab could provide a novel pharmacologic approach for managing patients with type 2 diabetes with excess adiposity,' researchers...
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Socioeconomic disparities, structural racism impact health care for children with type 1 diabetes
Advancements in diabetes technology have improved quality of life and glycemic control in children with type 1 diabetes.
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Supplemental Berberine in a High-Fat Diet Reduces Adiposity and Cardiac Dysfunction in Offspring of Mouse Dams with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
ABSTRACTBackgroundThere are few evidence-based strategies to attenuate the risk of metabolic syndrome in offspring exposed to gestational diabetes mellitus. Berberine is an...
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Gastrointestinal surgery can be a 'cure' for type 2 diabetes finds new long-term study
The results of a randomized clinical trial with the longest follow up to date show that metabolic surgery is more effective than medications and lifestyle interventions in the...
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Diabetes Linked to Premature Coronary Heart Disease
Women under 55 with type-2 diabetes had a tenfold greater risk of having coronary heart disease, said researchers.
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Trial Backs Metabolic Surgery as Long-Term Diabetes Cure
For long-term diabetes remission, metabolic surgery is an effective option, 10-year data suggested. In a randomized trial of 60 patients with type 2 diabetes and obesity...
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US Pharma Giant Merck Stops Development Of Two Potential Covid-19 Vaccines
Merck Co, the US pharmaceutical giant has announced that it is discontinuing development of its Covid-19 vaccine candidates - V590 and V591 - after they failed to generate...
Can common antibiotics harm your heart? Research links them to increased...
It is becoming increasingly clear that pharmaceutical antibiotics are not the life-saving drugs their makers say they are. Prone to misuse, antibiotics have given rise to a new...
Lockdown loneliness linked to surge in depression symptoms among older people
Older people's mental health worsened during lockdowns as their loneliness put them at risk of depression and anxiety, according to a recent study led by researchers from the...
Special Immune Cells Of Brain Drives Depression
Negative mood experiences like feeling uneasy and depressed in correlation with inflammation or several neurological diseases are found to be driven by special immune cells of...
Life After COVID: A Long Road to Recovery
Will life ever return to normal? Experts who study disaster recovery say we have a long road ahead of us before we recover from all the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Should medics be allowed to help desperately sick patients end their lives?
Could Scotland soon allow assisted dying? Physician-assisted dying is legal in a small group of countries including Belgium, Canada and parts of the U.S.
Some COVID-19 survivors develop stutters and bizarre neurological effects
Scientists have found that coronavirus itself can attack parts of the brain but think neurological after-effects are more likely from the immune response going haywire.
Anxiety, Depression and Drinking During a Pandemic
People with anxiety and depression are more likely to step up their drinking during the COVID-19 pandemic than those without these mental health issues, an online survey revealed.
Arthritis Drug Cuts GVHD Risk in Stem Cell Transplants
A widely used arthritis drug reduced the rate of acute graft-versus-host disease in both HLA-matched and -mismatched allogeneic stem-cell transplants, a randomized study...
Hand Sanitizer Is Harming Kids' Eyes
The explosive rise in use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers during the COVID-19 pandemic has had a dangerous, unintended consequence: eye injuries among children.