Diabetes – Early Detection Saves Lives!

In recent years the advancements in the management and control of diabetes have grown drastically. Diabetes as a condition is one of the most common and expensive conditions currently affecting Americans. Each year millions are affected by the impacts of diabetes on patients and their families. Luckily for those people suffering with diabetes they are now able to lead productive, fulfilling lives with the help of diabetes testing supplies and a firm understanding of how diabetes works.

Add comment November 1st, 2014

Gestational Diabetes Diet – the Best Way of Controlling Gestational Diabetes

Women suffering from gestational diabetes symptoms usually have several questions such as: what exactly is the disease?, how does one acquire it?, whether it will impact the health of the baby?, and how can it be controlled? We will explore all these questions and more detailing the most effective way of controlling gestational diabetes which is to have a proper diabetes diet for pregnancy or a gestational diabetes diet plan.

Add comment July 16th, 2014

Controlling Diabetes is Critically Important to You

In spite of the obesity epidemic throughout the world with a consequent increase in the number of people with type 2 diabetes, a large percentage of physicians are still not providing adequate information to their newly diagnosed patients. Diabetes is a serious health care concern requiring major lifestyle changes.

Add comment April 28th, 2014

Cancer’s origins revealed: Genetic imprints and signatures left by DNA-damaging processes that lead to cancer identified

Scientists have provided the first comprehensive genomic map of mutational processes that drive tumour development. Together, these mutational processes explain the majority of mutations found in 30 of the most common cancer types.

Add comment August 14th, 2013

ADHD and texting found to significantly impair teenage driving

ADHD and texting both significantly impair driving performance among teenagers, according to a new study. Researchers used a driving simulator to test the driving performance of 16- and 17-year-old drivers; approximately half of the study’s 61 particip…

Add comment August 12th, 2013

New patterns found in the genetic relationship of five major psychiatric disorders

An international consortium has shown for the first time evidence of substantial overlap of genetic risk factors shared between bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder and schizophrenia and less overlap between those conditions and autism and atten…

Add comment August 11th, 2013

Successful treatment of triple negative breast cancer by modulation of the OGF-OGFr axis

Human triple-negative breast cancer can be treated by modulation of the opioid growth factor (OGF) – OGFr pathway. OGF suppresses cell growth by 20 percent within 24 hours in a receptor-mediated manner. Blockade of OGFr using low dosages of the opioid …

Add comment August 10th, 2013

Fish oil link to prostate cancer is nonsense – Lodi News-Sentinel

Fish oil link to prostate cancer is nonsenseLodi News-SentinelAnswer: My opinion is that headlines which suggest fish oils raise risk for prostate cancer are nonsense. Some people cannot even think their way around … An online service is needed to vi…

Add comment August 9th, 2013

New approach in the treatment of breast cancer

Scientists have discovered a new approach in the treatment of breast cancer that may reduce tumor growth and improve mortality.

Add comment August 8th, 2013

Breast cancer surgery linked to swollen arm syndrome

Breast cancer survivors who have extensive surgery are four times more likely to develop the debilitating disorder arm lymphoedema.

Add comment August 7th, 2013

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