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Pro-Statins Study Have Multiple Links With Big Pharma

| February 18, 2017 | Comments (0)

In my last blog post, I told you how Big Pharma is attempting to persuade doctors and patients alike that their statin drugs are safe, that their benefits outweigh the side-effects, and that they need to be prescribed more, not less. In a recently-published article in the prestigious American Journal of Medicine, two eminent medical […]

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The Statins Bandwagon Rolls On

| February 14, 2017 | Comments (0)

The debate over cholesterol-lowering statins for preventing heart disease has been rumbling on for years. As I wrote here, here and here, evidence shows that statins can cause type 2 diabetes, along with crippling muscle and joint pain, digestive problems, memory loss and premature ageing – and may even cause heart problems, too! Because of […]

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What You Can Do To Help Protect Your Child From Type 1 Diabetes

| February 11, 2017 | Comments (0)

I mentioned in my last blog post a study that shows people with type 1 diabetes have different gut bacteria from non-diabetics and a typical kind of inflammation in their gut. Another new review explains how the right balance of gut bacteria (the microbiome) is essential for the immune system to develop and function correctly […]

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Gut Bacteria Could Trigger Type 1 Diabetes

| February 7, 2017 | Comments (0)

I’ve been talking in my last two blog posts about the potential of an artificial pancreas to transform the lives of type 1 diabetes (T1D) patients. If you have T1D, you might be worried about passing on the condition to your children. This concern is quite natural, but latest research shows the risk of developing […]

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Will A Bionic Pancreas For Type 1 Diabetes Soon Be A Reality?

| February 4, 2017 | Comments (0)

I reported in my last blog post on a development that is important for anybody with type 1 diabetes – the testing of a bionic pancreas that uses both insulin and glucagon, two hormones that keep blood sugar levels in balance. As I explained in my last post, insulin reduces blood sugar while glucagon raises […]

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New Device Uses Two Hormones To Control Blood Sugar

| January 31, 2017 | Comments (0)

People with type 1 diabetes, who are unable to produce their own insulin, have long had to rely on injected forms of the hormone. As anyone who has had to do it knows, injecting yourself with insulin may sound simple, but it comes with several potential problems. These include pain, bleeding or bruising at the […]

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The Enzyme That Makes Exercise Healthy

| January 28, 2017 | Comments (0)

We all know exercise is great medicine for our bodies and minds. I listed some of its benefits earlier here. For people with type 2 diabetes, exercise also has the bonus of reducing insulin resistance and lowering both fasting blood sugar and glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) levels, as I mentioned here. And I reported in my […]

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