Tag Archives: Type 2 Diabetes

Post-Traumatic Stress Doubles Diabetes Risk in Women

Post-Traumatic Stress Doubles Diabetes Risk in Women

  Miami, United States – Women who suffer from post-traumatic stress are almost twice as likely to develop type 2 diabetes as women not affected by the disorder known as PTSD, a ...

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Micronutrient Deficiency: Shaking Off a Sticky Problem 

Micronutrient Deficiency: Shaking Off a Sticky Problem 

  MANILA, PHILIPPINES – They are only needed in miniscule amounts, and yet many people, mostly kids, are still chronically short of the vital nutrients.  Micronutrient deficiency has remained prevalent ...

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10 Mysterious/Unusual Symptoms Your Kids Might Show

10 Mysterious/Unusual Symptoms Your Kids Might Show

  Sometimes your kids show unusual symptoms, and you don’t know where they came from. Find out if they are red flags for health problems that require immediate attention. 1. ...

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Global Survey Reveals Major Gaps in Type 2 Diabetes Management

Global Survey Reveals Major Gaps in Type 2 Diabetes Management

  A global survey has revealed major disconnects in communication, disease awareness and expectations between patients and physicians, prompting experts to call for a new approach to the management of ...

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Why Food Measurement is Important

Why Food Measurement is Important

  Measuring your kids’ food limits their food intake to the right amount. Otherwise, if you let them eat as much as they want, they might end up being overweight or ...

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Diabetes in Britain Nearing a “Health Emergency”: Charity

Diabetes in Britain Nearing a “Health Emergency”: Charity

  LONDON, July 6, 2014 (AFP) – Diabetes is becoming a “national healthemergency” in Britain with 280,000 people a year diagnosed with the disease, risking unsustainable strain on health services, charity Diabetes UK ...

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Solon Pushes for Anti-Obesity Programs in School

Solon Pushes for Anti-Obesity Programs in School

  Obesity, like charity, begins at home. And schools must draw the finish line to this serious juvenile health risk. Thus, a young lawmaker is now pushing for the mandatory ...

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