• Women with Pregnancy-Related Diabetes May be at Risk for Chronic Kidney Disease

    27 days ago - By MedlinePlus

    Related MedlinePlus Pages: Chronic Kidney Disease , Diabetes and Pregnancy
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  • Junk Food Advertising May Increase Obesity Risk

    Junk Food Advertising May Increase Obesity Risk

    27 days ago - By Medindia Health

    Junk food advertisements are associated with increased obesity risk in young people. Junk foods are loaded with salt, sugar, and fat and found to be unhealthy.
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  • Sperm quality is a marker for men's general health; low sperm counts linked to increased risk of diabetes, heart disease

    Sperm quality is a marker for men's general health; low sperm counts linked to increased risk of diabetes, heart disease

    28 days ago - By Natural News

    Low sperm count may mean more than the inability to sire a child. It could point to serious health problems. A study on a group of men's semen quality, the largest so far, shows that low sperm count is linked to metabolic changes, cardiovascular risk, and low bone mass. The study's lead investigator,...
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  • Gestational Diabetes may Increase Kidney Damage Risk

    Gestational Diabetes may Increase Kidney Damage Risk

    28 days ago - By Medindia Health

    High blood sugar during pregnancy may cause early-stage kidney damage that can later lead to chronic kidney diseases, found study.
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