Diabetes

Ibuprofen has some nasty side effects that doctors have known about for a while

Medications such as ibuprofen and aspirin, known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs, are widely available over the counter from pharmacies and supermarkets. But health providers have known for some time they can be unsafe for people with chronic health problems such as kidney …

Medicine

Diabetes symptoms and treatment of hearing loss in diabetics

In the last decade, the number of diabetics in India has grown rapidly; there are more than 65.1 million diabetics in the country. In 2010, there were 50.8 million diabetics.<p>According to research conducted by the International Diabetes Federation, poor control of blood sugar, high blood pressure …

Health

What Is Considered High Blood Pressure?

New treatment guidelines intended to help people avoid heart attacks and strokes have been released. This latest advice on lowering blood pressure …

Consumer Reports

There’s Now More Evidence That Type 2 Diabetes Can Actually Be Reversed

A new study published in the <i>Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism</i> is sweetening the pot when it comes to the potential of reversing type 2 …

A HEALING GARLIC AND CUCUMBER SALAD – THIS REGULATES HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE ALSO LOWERS CHOLESTEROL

Very common cardiovascular condition that affects people of all ages is high blood pressure or hypertension.<p>Great number, actually more than 40% of …

High Blood Pressure

How ESPN's radio host Mike Golic controls his type 2 diabetes

As a former NFL player, ESPN’S Mike Golic is used to talking sports news and game drama on his radio show Mike and Mike in the Morning. Now, he's discussing a more serious topic, type 2 diabetes. Since being diagnosed with the disease 12 years ago, Golic has been on a mission to raise awareness and …

Health

5 Warning Eye Health Signs

5 Warning Eye Health Signs<p>1. Eye Floaters.<br>Eye floaters are tiny spots that seem to drift through your field of vision during the day. They sometimes …

Health

Mike Huckabee and the diabetes cure he endorsed that 'no health agency supports'

Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is distancing himself from the unusual ways he earned money before announcing his White House run May …

Mike Huckabee

Blood Test Reference Ranges

The following is a set of reference ranges that can be used for reading and interpreting blood tests.<p>Some of the reference ranges will be based on …

Older Women With Gum Disease Face Higher Risk of Death

Researchers say post-menopausal women with gum disease or tooth loss have an increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease as well as other …

Longevity

Universal celiac testing lacks evidence - U.S. panel

(Reuters Health) - There is not enough evidence to encourage or discourage doctors from testing all their patients for celiac disease, according to a U.S. government-backed panel.<p>Even when close relatives have been diagnosed with the autoimmune condition, there isn't enough evidence to say …

Medicine

Eating peanuts 'can help prevent stiffening of the arteries'

This in turn helped to ensure arteries stayed open and improved blood flow, thereby reducing the risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attacks …

Nutrition

5 Scientific Reasons Why It Is Okay To Have Another Cup Of Tea

Someone put the kettle on.<p>After another night with a few too hours sleep, we are all guilty of chain-drinking our way into a caffeinated hole.<p>And even if we aren’t drinking tea to stave off the exhaustion, everyone knows there is nothing more comforting than a good brew.<p>But instead of asking, is …

Longevity

Revolutionary 'BLOOD BREWERY' stem cell technique could help ease transfusion shortage by growing new cells

A "blood brewery" could solve dwindling blood transfusion supplies by allowing scientists to create blood.<p>Scientists are reportedly exploring a new …

Stem Cells

An MIT Mathematician Has Developed an Algorithm to Help Treat Diabetes

When people ask me why I, an applied mathematician, study diabetes, I tell them that I am motivated for both scientific and human reasons.<p>Type 2 …

MIT Sloan

Taking a Hot Bath May Burn as Many Calories as a Run, Researchers Say

A relaxing soak could be doing more for you than you think<p>If you were about to force yourself out on a run, stop where you are for a minute because a bath might be just as effective as exercise when it comes to your health.<p>Dr Steve Faulkner, a researcher at Loughborough University, says it may even …

Exercise

Marathons Injure Kidneys

Even with proper hydration, it may be best to run fewer than 26 miles at a time.<p>Six years ago, a study from Michigan’s William Beaumont Hospital found that about 40 percent of runners suffer acute kidney injury after marathons.<p>That sounds bad. Is it? Should I never run another marathon? Never run …

Dystopia

Why palpitations or an irregular heartbeat need urgent attention

<i>When your heart’s rhythm is faster than the recommended 60 to 100 beats per minute, it’s time to listen to it. The Conversation Africa’s Health and</i> …

Medicine

​Drink This to Stop a Drastic Blood Sugar Spike

​Prevent the ups and downs that can pave the road to diabetes<p>Drinking a cup of coffee does your body good, as we reported before. But choosing the other morning beverage—tea, that is—could help your health in a surprising way, too, researchers from Thailand suggest.<p>In the study, researchers had …

Wellness

High-fat, low-carb diet reduces HbA1c, weight and medication in US study

A new non-randomised trial, conducted by Stephen Phinney and Jeff Volek, offers further evidence that a low-carb diet, as opposed to standard dietary …

Weight Loss

8 Things That Happen to Your Body When You Eat Sugar

We all know to go easy on the sweet stuff, but what actually happens to your system when you indulge? Here, eight ways sugar affects your body.<p><b>Your</b> …

Wellness

15 of the Best Foods for Diabetics, According to Science

Diabetes SuperfoodsOatmealHigh in soluble fiber, oats are slower to digest than processed carbs. Eat them and you’ll release glucose into the …

Insulin

The Top 10 Benefits of Ketogenic Diets

<b>Ketogenic diets, also known as low carb diets, are known for their weight loss benefits</b>. However, few people know that eating fewer carbohydrates and …

Weight Loss

Scientists have created 'immortal' cells that could allow them to make artificial blood

Researchers have developed a line immortal stem cells that allow them to generate an unlimited supply of artificial red blood cells on demand.<p>If these artificial blood cells pass clinical trials, they'll be far more efficient for medical use than current red blood cell products, which have to be …

Biology

Edinburgh Royal Infirmary Renal Unit - Blood tests in kidney disease

This page describes some blood tests that are commonly used in patients with kidney diseases, or to measure kidney function in people who may have …

Health Information

Why does the same exercise exert effects on individuals differently?

[Background]<p>In Japan, due to the changes of lifestyle such as less physical activities than before, more and more people suffer from the lifestyle …

Exercise

This Period News Is a Huge Bummer for Early Developers

Whether your first period was accompanied by a dramatic, <i>Carrie-</i>esque bloodbath or just a cringe-worthy lecture on the joys of menstruation, it’s hard to forget your first visit from Aunt Flo. Thankfully, unique tech like period underwear and period wearables have made those first days of cramps …

Women's Health

Kill Diabetes Forever In Just 8 Days Easy And Faster Home Remedy

Free Diabetes<p>Free Diabetes<p>Feb 10<p>by Free Diabetes<p>Watch ► Kill Diabetes Forever In Just 8 Days Easy And Faster Home Remedy - Free Diabetes. And Also …

Home Remedies

Antidiabetes Compound Encumbers Coactivator, Reduces Blood Sugar | GEN Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News - Biotech from Bench to Business | GEN

A new way to suppress the liver’s glucose production has been identified, thanks to a chemical screen that can quantify the ability of small …

Genetics

Clinic blood tests can miss 'masked' hypertension

A different way of monitoring blood pressure turned up masked hypertension in 15.7% of study participants—even though regular tests showed normal …

Medicine