Tuesday, January 31, 2006

DeLima serious about diabetes (Diabetes Mellitus)


DeLima serious about diabetes
Honolulu Star-Bulletin - Jan 31 4:09 AM
Diabetes is a serious matter, but Frank DeLima can still get a laugh out of it. "I got it because I got fat. I was old and fat," he says of his own diagnoses for Type 2 diabetes a few years ago.Save to My Web

Diabetes is a growing concern
Grand Forks Herald - Jan 29 1:09 AM
Diabetes is a lifelong illness. Sadly, health professionals are seeing increasing numbers of young children who weigh too much. A diagnosis of diabetes affects the whole family because it never goes away. The disease can be managed, but it always will be there.Save to My Web

Revisitng Amylin Pharmaceuticals
Schaeffers Research - Jan 31 7:21 AM
This article takes a bearish look at biotech Amylin Pharmaceuticals (AMLN) ...( Read More )Save to My Web

FDA Approves Exubera, First Inhalable Form Of Insulin For Controlling Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes In Adults
Medical News Today - Jan 29 4:22 PM
Pfizer Inc said that Exubera (insulin human [rDNA origin]) Inhalation Powder has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Exubera was found in clinical trials to be as effective as short-acting insulin injections, and to significantly improve blood sugar control when added to diabetes pills... click link for more info.Save to My Web

Diabetes Mellitus

Monday, January 30, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Ranbaxy launches anti-


Ranbaxy launches anti-
India Daily - Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd., on Tuesday launched its anti-

Exubera- (inhaled Insulin Human) - EU Marketing Authorisation For
Medical News Today - Exubera (inhaled insulin human), the first inhaled insulin for the treatment of

Erectile Dysfunction Common, Closely Tied to Heart Disease
Medscape News - NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Jan 23 - Erectile dysfunction (ED) can affect up to 50% of men in a primary care setting, seems to affect Hispanics more than other ethnic groups, and is closely linked to the severity of heart disease, according to the

Exubera (inhaled Human Insulin) Approved By European Commission
Medical News Today - Pfizer Inc said today that the European Commission has approved Exubera (inhaled human insulin) for the treatment of adults with type 1 and type 2

Diabetes Mellitus

Sunday, January 29, 2006

Study Suggests Elevated White Blood Cell Count May Be Linked to (Diabetes Mellitus)


Study Suggests Elevated White Blood Cell Count May Be Linked to
Newsinferno.com, NY - Jan 26, 2006 for age, sex, education, body mass index, hematocrit level, alcohol consumption, physical inactivity, smoking, weekly aspirin use, diabetes mellitus or fasting

Epilepsy linked with type 1 diabetes risk
Reuters - Jan 25, 2006 "Both idiopathic generalized epilepsies and type 1 diabetes mellitus represent serious worldwide problems, because of related medical and social management

They re never too young to have it
Deccan Herald, India - Jan 27, 2006 not be hereditary at all, Dr Kumar says a lot of environmental factors like physical exercise, diet and stress have a major influence on diabetes mellitus.

Review of the Literature on Major Mental Disorders in Adult
Psychosomatics (subscription) - Jan 23, 2006 Odawara M, Isaka M, Tada K, et al: Diabetes mellitus associated with mitochondrial myopathy and schizophrenia: a possible link between diabetes mellitus and

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Saturday, January 28, 2006

Pfizer's Somavert Available for Treatment of Acromegaly (Diabetes Mellitus)


Pfizer's Somavert Available for Treatment of Acromegaly
DG News - Jan 24, 2006 will shorten a patient's lifespan by 10 years due to long-term complications such as cardiovascular and respiratory disease, diabetes mellitus and some forms

Study Suggests Connection between Diabetes and Increased Risk of
Newsinferno.com, NY - Jan 22, 2006 According to the study authors: "In summary, we observed that diabetes mellitus was a risk factor for colorectal cancer in Singapore Chinese and that this

Assembly Approves Yee s School Nutrition Bill
American Chronicle, CA - Jan 23, 2006 Obesity presents numerous health problems for a child, including increased likelihood for pediatric hypertension, type II diabetes mellitus, and coronary heart

Study Suggests Elevated White Blood Cell Count May Be Linked to
Newsinferno.com, NY - Jan 26, 2006 for age, sex, education, body mass index, hematocrit level, alcohol consumption, physical inactivity, smoking, weekly aspirin use, diabetes mellitus or fasting

Inhalable insulin OK'd
Saipan Tribune, Micronesia - 20 hours ago Data showed that diabetes mellitus ranked No. 5 in the top 10 leading causes of mortality in the CNMI; however, the DPH said about

Here's the skinny for winning your personal battle of the bulge
The Republican, MA - Jan 24, 2006 That puts people at an increased risk of obesity-related illnesses, such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, osteoarthritis, coronary heart disease, abnormal

Diabetes Mellitus

Friday, January 27, 2006

OSI Pharmaceuticals To Announce (Diabetes Mellitus) Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2005


OSI Pharmaceuticals To Announce Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2005
Genetic Engineering News - OSI Pharmaceuticals is committed to "shaping medicines and changing lives" by discovering, developing and commercializing high-quality and novel pharmaceutical products that extend life or improve the quality of life for patients with cancer, eye

Your parents' health
Health 24 - One of the long-term consequences of our high inflation rate is that many middle-aged people are having to look after their parents. And let s face it, you re not exactly a child yourself anymore and chances are your parents are 20 30 years

Breathe a bit easier
Newsday - Diabetics who depend on insulin got a reprieve from needles Friday with government approval of an inhaled form of the hormone, the first major change from injections since insulin's discovery in 1921. The Food and Drug Administration approved Exubera

Pfizer retracts CEO claim Exubera gained FDA nod
St. Louis Business Journal - Pfizer CEO Henry McKennell, attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, claimed on a CNBC news broadcast early Friday that the company received FDA approval, only to retract the statement later in the day. McKinnell said the inaccurate

Insulin Firms Waiting to Inhale
Street.Com - Pfizer ( PFE :NYSE - news - research - Cramer's Take ) and its partner Nektar Therapeutics ( NKTR :NKTR - news - research - Cramer's Take ) will benefit the most if the agency approves their drug Exubera. But analysts also suggest that the stocks of

CYDY Updates the Investment Community in All-New Interviews with
Financial News USA - CYDY Updates the Investment Community in All-New Interviews with WallSt.net and FDA Approves Pfizer Drug for Two Cancers City of Industry, CA --(www.FinancialNewsUSA.com)-- 01/27/2006 - Pharmaceuticals industry news provided by Financial News USA

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Diabetes Mellitus - Is nutrition a public policy issue?


Is nutrition a public policy issue?
The New Statesman - Jan 26 3:24 AM
On 19 January, the New Statesman , with the support of Compass Group plc, hosted a round-table discussion on whether nutrition is a public policy issue. Surveys show that people are more concerned with diet than ever before.Save to My Web

Researchers Map Of Genetic Variations Implicated In Disease
BioresearchOnline - 1 hour, 27 minutes ago
Sequence differences in less than 0.2% of the 3-billion-base human genome play a vital role in a bewildering variety of human disease. Today, researchers from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and the Cambridge University's Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, together with international colleagues report in PLoS Genetics their detailed maps of differences implicated in disease as well as Save to My Web

Pfizer retracts CEO claim Exubera gained FDA nod
bizjournals.com via Yahoo! Finance - 48 minutes ago
Pfizer Inc. retracted its CEO's claim that the Food and Drug Administration approved the firm's new insulin inhaler Exubera.Save to My Web

Insulin Firms Waiting to Inhale
TheStreet.com - Jan 25 4:16 AM
The FDA's pending decision on Exubera could have far-reaching effects.Save to My Web

Coffee May Protect Against Disease
Newswise - Jan 24 11:22 AM
It's surprising when something that was once considered questionable for your health turns out to have health benefits, usually with the proviso to use it "in moderation." That happened with chocolate and alcohol, and now it is coffee's turn.Save to My Web

Coffee May Protect Against Disease, Says the Harvard Health Letter
[Press Release] PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance - Jan 25 2:20 AM
It's surprising when something that was once considered questionable for your health turns out to have health benefits, usually with the proviso to use it "in moderation." That happened with chocolate and alcohol, and now it is coffee's turn, reports the February issue of the Harvard Health Letter.Save to My Web

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Thursday, January 26, 2006

Changes in lifestyle can curb diabetes (Diabetes Mellitus)


Changes in lifestyle can curb diabetes
News Today - Jan 22 2:55 AM
A moderate change in lifestyle along with regular exercise would help ward off diabetes among the vulnerable and risk groups affected by impaired glucose tolerance (IGT), a recent study published in a peer reviewed journal said.Save to My Web

Latinos learn healthier new habits to fight overweight and obesity
NorthJersey.com - Jan 24 7:29 AM
WASHINGTON -- Last year, 12-year-old Alejandra Rojas acknowledged that she was a little too chubby, or gordita, as her Spanish-speaking mother, Gabriela, would say. At 5-4 and 145 pounds, she was overweight, her pediatrician told her, and at risk of becoming obese.Save to My Web

FDA to consider over-the-counter sales of fat-blocking diet pill
Billings Gazette - Jan 20 1:28 PM
WASHINGTON -- A pharmaceutical company that seeks federal approval for over-the-counter sales of a prescription diet pill that blocks the absorption of fat faces questions on the pill's potential for creating vitamin deficiencies and encouraging abus...Save to My Web

Allergic To Gluten? New Labeling Law Won't Help Much
Hartford Courant - Jan 26 12:18 AM
Several Million Americans Risk Damage To Small Intestine If They Eat `Gluten-Free' Food That Actually Isn'tSave to My Web

Work Stress Leads To Heart Disease And Diabetes
Science Daily - Jan 23 9:10 PM
Stress at work is an important risk factor for the development of heart disease and diabetes, finds a study published online by the British Medical Journal.Save to My Web

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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Employees in (Diabetes Mellitus)


Employees in
Evening Telegraph - Employees at an established self-service solutions firm in Dundee have been playing a key role in

Insulin Firms Waiting to Inhale
Street.Com - Pfizer ( PFE :NYSE - news - research - Cramer's Take ) and its partner Nektar Therapeutics ( NKTR :NKTR - news - research - Cramer's Take ) will benefit the most if the agency approves their drug Exubera. But analysts also suggest that the stocks of

MEDirect Latino, Inc. Names Director of Human Resources -- Company
Financial News USA - MEDirect Latino, Inc. Names Director of Human Resources -- Company Expects to Double Employees Within Quarter Customer Demand Exceeds Projections, Company to Accelerate Implementation of Second Shift and Personnel Hiring Plans Plantation, FL --(www

High Interest In Inhibitors Of The Novel Target Sodium-dependent
Medical News Today - A plethora of SGLT inhibitors in the patent literature and seven compounds in early clinical development indicate an abundance of interest in the therapeutic use of SGLT inhibitors for the

Diabetes Mellitus

Shop Talk: Promotions & Accolades (Diabetes Mellitus)


Shop Talk: Promotions & Accolades
Gaylord Herald Times - Jan 25 5:21 AM
Otsego Memorial Hospital's (OMH) Diabetes Self-Management Education Series has been awarded recognition from the American Diabetes Association (ADA).Save to My Web

Progress reported in diabetes treatment
UPI - Jan 24 6:42 PM
GAINESVILLE, Fla., Jan. 24 (UPI) -- University of Florida scientists say they have found a way to repair damaged cells that cause numerous problems in diabetic patients.Save to My Web

Utah prisons concerned about rising level of aging inmates
Provo Daily Herald - Jan 24 12:15 AM
SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah's prison has a growing population of elderly inmates, sending its medical costs soaring. "The fact that a larger proportion of our inmate population is aging is going to mean a tremendous burden for us," said Richard Garden, clinical director for the Utah Department of Corrections..Save to My Web

Metabolic Syndrome Identified As Risk Factor For Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Patients
Science Daily - Jan 23 5:39 AM
A three-year multi-center study of kidney-pancreas transplant recipients has identified a new risk factor for impaired kidney function, which may help physicians refine their treatment strategies.Save to My Web

Erectile Dysfunction Can Signal Heart Trouble
MedicineNet.com - Jan 24 12:20 PM
Title: Erectile Dysfunction Can Signal Heart Trouble Category: Health News Created: 1/24/2006 1:58:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 1/24/2006 1:58:27 AMSave to My Web

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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Medical advice about Influenza


Medical advice about Influenza
Nassau Guardian - The "flu" season is very analogous to the hurricane season. Every year, we anticipate their coming, and pray that they will not do much harm and devastation. Just as we prepare for the hurricanes each year, we also must prepare for the flu, and this

Cat
Denver Post - We have met several newly diabetic cats recently in our practice, so I thought I would take this opportunity to talk a bit about

Foetal problems/anorexia link
Health 24 - A new study has shown that certain complications during foetal development and immediately after birth appear to be associated with the development of the eating disorders, anorexia and bulimia. Eating disorders are believed to be caused by a complex

A drastic diet plan is not necessary
New Straits Times - READING Dr Balwant Singh Bains opinion that teh tarik is a risk factor for stroke (NST Jan 2) reminded me of the advice given to me and other budding doctors years ago at the University of Malaya by the late Professor A.A. Sandosham, a world-class

Journal Scan
Medscape News - Journal Scan is the clinician's guide to the latest clinical research findings in Dermatologic Surgery, Archives of Dermatology, Journal of Investigative Dermatology, British Journal of Dermatology , and the Journal of the American Academy of

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Monday, January 23, 2006

Tips to attain longevity (Diabetes Mellitus)


Tips to attain longevity
Manila Bulleting Online - What determines a person s lifespan? What can I do to increase my chances of living to a ripe old age? Susan C., Mandaluyong City Two main factors largely determine how long one lives genes and lifestyle. The consensus of experts is that

Metabolic Syndrome Risk Factor for Stroke in Nondiabetics
Medscape News - NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Jan 17 - Metabolic syndrome, a prediabetic aggregation of symptoms, is a more prevalent risk factor for stroke than is type 2

Perinatal Complications Linked To Eating Disorders
Medical News Today - Certain complications during and immediately after birth are associated with the development of the eating disorders anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, according to a study in the January issue of Archives of General Psychiatry, one of the JAMA

Insulin levels and resistance linked to risk of pancreatic cancer
Xagena Medical News - Higher insulin concentrations and insulin resistance are associated with an increased risk of pancreatic cancer in men. Based on the findings from several retrospective and prospective observational studies, type 2

Generex Biotechnology Announces Results of Metformin Gum Clinical
Market Wire - TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/04/2006 -- Generex Biotechnology Corporation (NASDAQ: GNBT ), a leader in the area of buccal drug delivery, announced today the results of a clinical trial designed to compare pharmacokinetic profiles of metformin

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Study Suggests Connection between Diabetes and Increased Risk of


Study Suggests Connection between Diabetes and Increased Risk of
Newsinferno.com, NY - 23 hours ago According to the study authors: "In summary, we observed that diabetes mellitus was a risk factor for colorectal cancer in Singapore Chinese and that this

KGMOA annual state meet begins
Newindpress, India - Jan 21, 2006 Anesthesia, United Kingdom (concepts in pain management), Dr NK Thulaseedharan MD, MCH, Kozhikode (present day management of diabetes mellitus) took classes.

DIABETES MELLITUS AFFECTS 19 MILLION
Free Market News Network, FL - Jan 18, 2006 Approximately 19 million Americans suffer from diabetes mellitus. This is a condition wherein the beta cells of the Isles of Langerhans

Study Examines The Association Between Diabetes Mellitus And Risk
Medical News Today (press release), UK - Jan 20, 2006 Studies have suggested that this risk may be related to the insulin pathway, which regulates blood sugar levels, and is associated with diabetes mellitus.

Diabetes Mellitus

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Essential fatty acid phosphatidylserine (PS) (Diabetes Mellitus) is powerful prevention


Essential fatty acid phosphatidylserine (PS) is powerful prevention
NewsTarget - The link between old age and forgetfulness is clich enough to be the subject of greeting cards, sitcoms and jokes. We take it for granted so often that very few of us take the time to question why it happens. However, experts may have found the

Bishop's Mantle: Getting Re-Organized Is A Life-Changing Event
Daily News-Record - Bob Bishop and Scott Magill don t think their encounter "just happened." Both are convinced the whole experience has been providential. One day last summer, my brother Bob, 57, stopped for coffee at a cafe near New Hope, Pa., and picked up a back

Facts about Autoimmune Disease
Black Press USA - The immune system provides protection against a variety of potentially damaging substances that can invade the body. These substances include disease-causing organisms, such as bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses. The body's ability to resist

One of the holy grails of science a gene for
Herald - One of the "holy grails" of science a gene for

First Baseline Data By REACH Supports And Extends ESC's Euroaspire
Medical News Today - While there are clear guidelines about the best way to treat cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol, the first large scale global study on cardiac care has revealed that there is a gap between what is recommended

New York Pushing Better Diet in Poorer Neighborhoods
New York Times - At the El Barrio Superette, a bodega on 115th and lexington - signs showed their participation with the health departments healthier food drive-promoting

Diabetes Mellitus

Saturday, January 21, 2006

New-Onset Thrombocytopenia and Anemia in a Patient With a Complex (Diabetes Mellitus)


New-Onset Thrombocytopenia and Anemia in a Patient With a Complex
Medscape News - New-onset seizure secondary to a chronic subdural hematoma. Patient also complained of abdominal fullness and tenderness of 6 months duration. Past Medical History Insulin-dependent

Tips to attain longevity
Manila Bulleting Online - What determines a person s lifespan? What can I do to increase my chances of living to a ripe old age? Susan C., Mandaluyong City Two main factors largely determine how long one lives genes and lifestyle. The consensus of experts is that

Generex Biotechnology Announces Commencement of a New European
Market Wire - Generex Biotechnology Announces Commencement of a New European Clinical Study of Oral-Lyn(TM) in Patients With Type-1

Cat
Denver Post - We have met several newly diabetic cats recently in our practice, so I thought I would take this opportunity to talk a bit about

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Low-fat diet study claims to 'reverse' diabetes (Diabetes Mellitus)


Low-fat diet study claims to 'reverse' diabetes
NutraIngredients-usa.com, France - Jan 19, 2006 1/19/2006 - Researchers from UCLA have claimed that a three-week high-fibre, low-fat diet can reverse type-2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome (MetS

Saturated Fat Overload causes Cells to Die Increased risk for
Best Syndication, CA - Jan 19, 2006 The typical American diet has an excess of saturated fats and this study reinforces that too It puts a person at a much greater risk of developing diabetes.

Cow Creeks receive grant for diabetes prevention
The News-Review, OR - 23 hours ago The idea for the program came from the national Diabetes Prevention Program Study, which determined diet and exercise could delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.

Health Talk
Rutland Herald, VT - Jan 18, 2006 carbohydrate diet and a parental history of the syndrome. So what does having this syndrome mean? Studies have shown an increased risk of developing diabetes

Restrict diet, lengthen life?
myDNA.com, TX - Jan 19, 2006 study to show that long-term calorie restriction and a healthful diet can benefit likely not going to die from a heart attack, stroke or diabetes," said study

Diabetes Mellitus

Friday, January 20, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Caloric restriction appears to prevent primary aging in the heart


Caloric restriction appears to prevent primary aging in the heart
Kerala Next - Eating a very low-calorie yet nutritionally balanced diet is good for your heart. Studying heart function in members of an organization called the Caloric Restriction Society, investigators at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Pfizer to Acquire Global Rights to an Insulin That Is Inhaled
New York Times - Pfizer said yesterday that it had reached a deal with the French drug maker Sanofi-Aventis to acquire worldwide rights to the inhaled insulin drug Exubera for $

One of the holy grails of science a gene for
Herald - One of the "holy grails" of science a gene for

Medical News Story
News-Medical.Net - Surgeons at the University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago are the first in the world to use robotic surgery to successfully remove a kidney and pancreas from a living-donor as part of a successful transplantation. UIC is one of only two

DeCode Stock Up on
MSN MoneyCentral - NEW YORK (AP) - Shares of deCode Genetics Inc. rose to a new 52-week high Tuesday in response to the biopharmaceutical company's Sunday announcement that it discovered a variation of a gene responsible for raising the risk for

Little boy shoulders big responsibility
Echo Press - Gavin Beck, the son of Jeff and Tracy Beck of Alexandria, doesn't live the life of a "normal" 3-year-old. While most little boys his age are begging for treats and snacks, and being rewarded with candy and sweets, Gavin already knows that he has to

Diabetes Mellitus

Thursday, January 19, 2006

BioPAL(TM) Announces the Next Generation (Diabetes Mellitus) of Diagnostic Assays for the Kidney


BioPAL(TM) Announces the Next Generation of Diagnostic Assays for the Kidney
[Press Release] Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance - Jan 19 5:39 AM
WORCESTER, Mass.----Jan. 19, 2006--BioPhysics Assay Laboratory , Inc. announced today that the company has filed a patent on the invention of Functional Immunoassay Technology . FIT can quantify a broad number of physiological functions of the body by measuring how externally administered molecular probes are processed by specific organs.Save to My Web

Cell transplant may cure diabetes
BBC News - Jan 18 10:11 AM
Doctors say they may be able to offer a cure for diabetes within 10 years if trials are a success.Save to My Web

Launch may have hit a whale
Stuff - Jan 18 4:35 AM
A launch may have hit a whale before sinking forcing a family of seven to take to a dinghy today.Save to My Web

Elderly population in Bangladesh to reach 1 cr by 2025
News From Bangladesh - Jan 17 10:25 AM
putting an extra pressure on national resources due to expensive treatment for old-age complications. The country's elderly population will reach 1.6 crore from existing 68 lakh by 2025.Save to My Web

Increased insulin dosing seems to curb risk of heart problems
Pioneer Press - Jan 17 1:04 AM
The question: Giving higher-than-normal doses of insulin to people with type 1 diabetes has been shown to reduce their chances of developing the eye, kidney and nervous system problems associated with the disease. Might intensive treatment also lessen the risk of cardiovascular disease?Save to My Web

Novartis 4th-Qtr Net Unchanged on Higher Costs (Update5)
Bloomberg.com - Jan 19 1:36 AM
Jan. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Novartis AG, Europe's second-largest drugmaker by market value, said earnings growth stalled and revenue rose less than analysts were expecting in the fourth quarter as sales of some older products fell.Save to My Web

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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Walks, smart


Walks, smart
Brazoria Facts - Get off your duffs I m worried about you. Forget the New Year s resolutions and the quest for the perfect body. There is an even more imperative reason to start exercising and watching your

Heart-felt cooking -- Cooking for those you love should take their
Times and Democrat - As the studies roll in, the old saying, You Are What You Eat, reflects more wisdom than nutritionists ever realized. An unhealthy

Letters to the editor - 1/17/06
Jackson Sun - The much-publicized ethics reform for the Tennessee General Assembly is just another bad joke being perpetrated on the public. These legislators are merely crafting a state-of-the-art design for "smoke and mirrors" so that they can continue on their

Dining with
Tribune-Star - Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service will offer a four-week Dining with

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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Update 4: Study: Low-Calorie Diet Keeps Heart Young


Update 4: Study: Low-Calorie Diet Keeps Heart Young
Forbes - Jan 13, 2006 from high cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure and other often-preventable conditions. While it has long been known that a healthy diet and exercise can

'Quilt for Life' Display Set For Washington DC Mall -- Children's
PR Web (press release), WA - 11 hours ago In the more common Type 2 (adult onset) diabetes, the pancreas can still make insulin and treatment typically includes diet control, exercise, home blood

Wellness calendar
Indianapolis Star, United States - 15 hours ago class: The Marion County Health Department is offering a free diabetes self-management class and Support Group will have a free program on "Diet, Nutrition and

The Amazing Heart
Saturday Evening Post, IN - 20 hours ago the mortality is influenced by whether other problems like diabetes are present. Dr. Zipes: An appropriate diet of vegetables, chicken, and fish, along with

Lenore Greenstein: Which is better butter, margarine, or can
Naples Daily News (subscription), FL - 16 hours ago may be potentially dangerous for those on a low-cholesterol diet who are total calories in healthy people, 7 percent in those with heart disease or diabetes.

Diabetes Mellitus

Monday, January 16, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - A drastic diet plan is not necessary


A drastic diet plan is not necessary
New Straits Times - READING Dr Balwant Singh Bains opinion that teh tarik is a risk factor for stroke (NST Jan 2) reminded me of the advice given to me and other budding doctors years ago at the University of Malaya by the late Professor A.A. Sandosham, a world-class

Cat
Denver Post - We have met several newly diabetic cats recently in our practice, so I thought I would take this opportunity to talk a bit about

Media Hypes PT-141 as Female Aphrodisiac of the Century
Senior Journal - Sexual interest may decrease in their 50s and 60s but see a resurgence of sexual appetite when they reach their 70s or even 80s. Senior citizens, who are the most frequent to report problems with sexual ability, are certain to watch the development

Generex Biotechnology Announces Commencement of a New European
Market Wire - Generex Biotechnology Announces Commencement of a New European Clinical Study of Oral-Lyn(TM) in Patients With Type-1

Insulin levels and resistance linked to risk of pancreatic cancer
Xagena Medical News - Higher insulin concentrations and insulin resistance are associated with an increased risk of pancreatic cancer in men. Based on the findings from several retrospective and prospective observational studies, type 2

Diabetes Mellitus

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Stop fooling ourselves about fat (Diabetes Mellitus)


Stop fooling ourselves about fat
Cincinnati Enquirer - January is supposedly the month we get real about body fat. Northwestern University researchers in the latest Journal of the American Medical Association demolish the myth about "fat and fit." They found from tracking 17,643 people for three decades

Study seeks ways to help teen moms lose weight
Arizona Daily Sun - ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Before she became a teen mom, Emma Richardson played high school sports and wore a size 8. But 27 months after daughter Kayla's birth, Richardson feels stuck in a size 16 body, forced to wear "older people's clothes" instead of the

Clamping Down on
ABC News - Select a Health Topic ADD & ADHD Allergy Alternative Medicine Alzheimer's Disease Arthritis Asthma Body Aches and Pains Breast Cancer Cancer Awareness Cardio Health Children's Health Colon Cancer Contraception COPD/Emphysema Dental Health

Gonzaga's Morrison rises above defenders and his
San Jose Mercury News - It's tough to take your eyes off Gonzaga forward Adam Morrison, what with his shaggy hair, adolescent mustache, awkward jumper and otherworldly game. Morrison, who leads the Bulldogs against Santa Clara tonight, is the nation's top scorer and the

Nutrition 21 Shares Up on Rite Aid Deal
MSN MoneyCentral - NEW YORK (AP) - Shares of Nutrition 21 Inc. spiked Thursday, after the maker of dietary supplements said it received a large purchase order for its Chromax product from drugstore chain Rite Aid Corp. -- its retail debut. Under the pact, Rite Aid will

Newsweek: Are you getting enough super nutrients?
MSNBC - Jan. 16, 2006 issue - It sounds like a simple question of logic. If bones require calcium, then people who eat a lot of calcium-rich dairy products should have extra-strong bones, right? So why are hip fractures uncommon in Singapore, where adults

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Saturday, January 14, 2006

In the Treatment of Diabetes, Success Often Does Not Pay (Diabetes Mellitus)


In the Treatment of Diabetes, Success Often Does Not Pay
New York Times - Jan 10 6:30 PM
Doctors and hospitals profit by treating complications of diabetes but lose money when they try to prevent them.Save to My Web

Laughter is the best medicine - no joke
Independent Online - Jan 12 1:48 AM
Japanese geneticist Kazuo Murakami is unlocking the secrets of the funny bone, which he believes can cheer up people's genes and he has teamed up with an unlikely research partner: stand-up comedians.Save to My Web

Laughter may well be the best medicine
Mail and Guardian - Jan 12 2:14 PM
It's been said laughter is the best medicine, but no one has yet proved it. Now a Japanese scientist is unlocking the secrets of the funny bone, which he believes can cheer up people's genes.Save to My Web

East Meets West, Adding Pounds and Peril
Gasden Times - Jan 13 12:52 PM
By MARC SANTORA New York Times May Chen is slender and healthy, a lively little girl whose parents left their rural Chinese village just a decade ago in search of a better life.Save to My Web

Low-Calorie Diet May Make You Young At Heart
WFTV 9 Orlando - Jan 13 9:30 AM
A new study suggests that a low-calorie diet can keep your heart looking years younger.Save to My Web

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Friday, January 13, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Study: Hostile couples heal slower


Study: Hostile couples heal slower
Arizona Daily Star - Think twice before having a spat with your spouse, especially if one of you is injured. The stress from even a 30-minute argument can increase healing time by up to one day, according to a study in the current issue of the Archives of General

Wholegrains ease metabolic syndrome in older people
Nutra Ingredients USA -

Clamping Down on
ABC News - Select a Health Topic ADD & ADHD Allergy Alternative Medicine Alzheimer's Disease Arthritis Asthma Body Aches and Pains Breast Cancer Cancer Awareness Cardio Health Children's Health Colon Cancer Contraception COPD/Emphysema Dental Health

Pfizer in $
New Kerala - NEW YORK: Pfizer Inc. is paying $

The mineral selenium proves itself as powerful anti-cancer medicine
NewsTarget - One of the most effective naturally occurring weapons against cancer is, like most healthy things, something many of us are not getting enough of. The mineral selenium has been shown in multiple studies to be an effective tool in warding off various

Diabetes Mellitus

Thursday, January 12, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Diabetes drug warning seen minor setback for Glaxo


Diabetes drug warning seen minor setback for Glaxo
Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News - Jan 06 1:21 AM
LONDON (Reuters) - A warning from U.S. regulators linking GlaxoSmithKline's diabetes drug Avandia to rare cases of swelling in the back of the eye is unlikely to have a major impact on sales, analysts said on Friday.Save to My Web

Living at an Epicenter of Diabetes, Defiance and Despair
Gasden Times - Jan 10 4:31 AM
By N. R. KLEINFIELD New York Times Santos Alicea tottered haltingly over to the art shop in East Harlem, his legs screaming. The regulars knew what he was going through. They always did - the diabetes was speaking.Save to My Web

Values In Small Caps: MLTO
Macon Daily - Jan 09 8:48 AM
MACON,GA.- MeDirect Latino Inc. ( MLTO ) the first national provider of direct-to-consumer Medicare reimbursed medical products focused exclusively on chronic diseases afflicting the Hispanic community, today announced the expansion of mobility products now available to the Company's new and existing customers.Save to My Web

JDRF-Funded Researchers Discover Molecular Link between Hyperglycemia and Retinopathy
[Press Release] PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance - Jan 12 9:21 AM
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation , the world's leading charitable funder of research into type 1 diabetes and its complications, announced today that a new study from a team of researchers led by Michael Brownlee, M.D., Director of the JDRF International Center for Diabetic Complications Research, identifies a molecular link connecting high blood sugar inside cells to the initiation of Save to My Web

Caloric restriction appears to prevent primary aging in the heart
[Press Release] Washington University School of Medicine - Jan 12 8:20 AM
Jan. 12, 2006 Eating a very low-calorie yet nutritionally balanced diet is good for your heart.Save to My Web

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Wednesday, January 11, 2006

HOSPITAL PROJECTS (Diabetes Mellitus)


HOSPITAL PROJECTS
San Jose Mercury News - By January 2010, expect a whole new hospital measuring 450,000 square feet -- adjoining 100,000 square feet of existing hospital space that will be renovated. An 850-car parking structure is under construction, along with a three-story medical office

Laughter is still the best medicine
Hindustan Times - It's been said laughter is the best medicine, but no one has yet to prove it. Now a Japanese scientist is unlocking the secrets of the funny bone, which he believes can cheer up people's genes. Geneticist Kazuo Murakami has teamed up on the study

Sanofi, Regeneron Expand Drug Partnership and Amylin Buys Ohio
Financial News USA - Sanofi, Regeneron Expand Drug Partnership and Amylin Buys Ohio Building for $9 Million City of Industry, CA --(www.FinancialNewsUSA.com)-- 12/30/2005 - Biotechnology industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Drug makers Regeneron

Patients Who Received
WTVD - (01/05/06 - WASHINGTON, DC) - Patients taking two widely used

Hispanics Losing Ground in Health Care
HispanicBusiness.com - WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Today the federal government's own data has shown that there is a growing crisis in health care for Hispanic communities. It's a crisis that needs an emergency response at all levels," said Dr. Jane L. Delgado

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Study This (Diabetes Mellitus)


Study This
The Bryan-College Station Eagle - Jan 07 5:19 AM
Diabetes: Daily use of Retin-A seems to help heal foot sores. The question: Nerve damage and poor blood circulation, earmarks of diabetes, can cause otherwise simple foot ailments - cuts, blisters, calluses, ingrown toenails and even dry skin - to develop into ulcers.Save to My Web

Majestic Research Initiates Coverage on Eli Lilly & Co. (LLY)
[Press Release] Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance - 59 minutes ago
NEW YORK----Jan. 11, 2006--Majestic Research Corp., a leading, data-driven independent equity research firm, announced today that it has initiated coverage of Eli Lilly & Co. . Majestic's coverage draws on ground-breaking analysis that no other research firm provides: Diagnosis-based Factoring based on combining written and dispensed prescription data from two unique data sets - prescriptions Save to My Web

Eating for two
NorthJersey.com - Jan 10 7:38 AM
Madeline Rivera grew up eating heaping portions of rice and fried meat for dinner, and leaving food was not an option. "Why aren't you eating?" her grandmother would ask if she noticed leftovers.Save to My Web

Move to make healthcare affordable New cover: Free medicines for BPL families on the anvil
The Hindu - Jan 07 11:56 AM
IT may not be the conventional passbook that customers use to update bank balances. The Centre is mulling a `passbook concept' to help families below the poverty line (BPL) purchase medicines.Save to My Web

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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Starting the Year Right: Consumer Reports Examines Gastric Weight


Starting the Year Right: Consumer Reports Examines Gastric Weight
AScribe - 20 hours ago weight off immediately, can cure type 2 diabetes practically overnight the benefits and costs associated with each type. agreement.jsp?source=CR58 call 1-800-765

Hidden danger is coming into focus
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA - Jan 4, 2006 has immediate payoffs but also can prevent problems down the road, because celiac disease is associated with a greater risk for type-1 diabetes, thyroid disease

Autoimmune Diseases Linked with Specific Subtypes of Non-Hodgkin
Cancer Consultants (press release), TN - 2 hours ago Type 1 diabetes was linked with a three-fold increase in chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma, but was not linked with NHL overall.

'Diabetes and Heart Disease' topic for MC support group
Fort Morgan Times, CO - 17 hours ago what type of exercises a person with diabetes can do to maintain good heart health and prevent diabetic complications. Her program will be from noon to 1 pm at

Eating for two
NorthJersey.com, NJ - 4 hours ago "My family suffers from type 2 diabetes I'd never heard that a pregnant woman could get diabetes.". Now, she's pregnant again, due on April 1. She just received

Thai stem cell therapy sparks hope in ailing hearts
Leading The Charge, Australia - Jan 9, 2006 By Chawadee Nualkhair 1 hour, 1 minute ago. body which can develop into any cell type -- remains a to treat emphysema, broken bones, renal failure and diabetes.

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Monday, January 09, 2006

Other highlights in the January 4 JNCI (Diabetes Mellitus)


Other highlights in the January 4 JNCI
EurekAlert (press release), DC - Jan 3, 2006 Other similar conditions--type I diabetes mellitus, inflammatory bowel disorders, psoriasis, and sarcoidosis--were not associated with increased risk of NHL.

Management problems discussed at UHS moot
Daily Times, Pakistan - Jan 6, 2006 and Prof Ahmad Shuja made a presentation on new generation of oral hypoglycaemic drugs in the management of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus.

New IGNOU programme aims to improve heart care
Newindpress, India - Jan 6, 2006 effectively with early recognition, management and prevention of common cardio-vascular diseases and associated ailments like diabetes mellitus and hypertension

Diabetes in pets: signs, treatments
NorthJersey.com, NJ - Jan 6, 2006 Diabetes mellitus, as the disease is formally known, is a state of non-controlled blood glucose in pets (just as in humans). There

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Sunday, January 08, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Obstetric complications linked to eating disorders


Obstetric complications linked to eating disorders
Food Consumer, IL - Jan 3, 2006 The complications associated with increased risk of anorexia included maternal anemia (odds ratio [OR] = 2.1), diabetes mellitus (OR=4.0), and pre-eclampsia (OR

Other highlights in the January 4 JNCI
EurekAlert (press release), DC - Jan 3, 2006 Other similar conditions--type I diabetes mellitus, inflammatory bowel disorders, psoriasis, and sarcoidosis--were not associated with increased risk of NHL.

Tips to attain longevity
Manila Bulletin, Philippines - 20 hours ago Obesity increases one s chances of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, high blood levels of cholesterol, gallbladder disease, sexual and

Ayurveda and its relevance today
Malaysia Star, Malaysia - Jan 7, 2006 relies primarily on the adoption of lifestyle and food habits that reduce fat accumulation in the body because 80% of type 2 diabetes mellitus patients are

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Saturday, January 07, 2006

Make that XXL: NFL faces weighty issues with super-sized players (Diabetes Mellitus)


Make that XXL: NFL faces weighty issues with super-sized players
San Jose Mercury News - MIAMI - Stockar McDougle, son of a chef, is the largest Miami Dolphin at 6-4, 348 pounds. He wears size 16 cleats, size 46 pants, a size 62 suit jacket and a size 15 ring. He is a mountain of a man, but a mountain who can run the 40-yard dash in 5.2

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Spectrum - I read with great interest Sunday's report on

Freeman stays atop his illness
Anchorage Daily News - Go ahead, tell him it's impossible. Kris Freeman got used to it a long time ago. When the Winter Olympics begin in Italy next month, Freeman, 25, will be the latest in a long line of U.S. cross-country skiers who, you could argue, should be happy

Maintain your weight this season with The Tribune's Sugarplum
Salt Lake Tribune - (Photo illustration by Francisco Kjolseth/The Salt Lake Tribune) Here comes the guilt trip. It's Thanksgiving week, the official kick-off to fatty foods, abandoned exercise plans and weakened willpower. You're worried about that inevitable weight

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Friday, January 06, 2006

Isotechnika advances kidney transplant drug (Diabetes Mellitus)


Isotechnika advances kidney transplant drug
Pharmaceutical Business Review - 23 hours ago Additionally, kidney function and other laboratory parameters such as hypertension, hyperlipidemia and new onset diabetes mellitus will be monitored for the

Obstetric complications linked to eating disorders
Food Consumer, IL - Jan 3, 2006 The complications associated with increased risk of anorexia included maternal anemia (odds ratio [OR] = 2.1), diabetes mellitus (OR=4.0), and pre-eclampsia (OR

Youths and regular physical activity
The Tide, Nigeria - Jan 2, 2006 blood pressure. Prevention of type 2 diabetes, mellitus, increase in self-esteem and prevention of anxiety and stress. Lastly, the

Pneumonia hospitalization rates on the rise for older adults
Xagena.it, Italy - 13 hours ago of patients aged 65 years or older diagnosed with pneumonia and a chronic cardiac disease, chronic pulmonary disease, or diabetes mellitus increased from 66

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Diabetes Mellitus - Cutting prescription drug costs


Cutting prescription drug costs
El Dorado Times, KS - Jan 5, 2006 gov or contact the National Medicare Hotline at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227 of your body weight decreases your risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Generex Biotechnology Granted United States Patent in Connection
Market Wire (press release) - Jan 5, 2006 oral insulin (Oral-lyn ), which has been approved for commercial sale in Ecuador for the treatment of patients with Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes, is in various

Great On-The-Go Guide Helps Take The Guesswork Out of Dining Out
PR Newswire (press release), NY - 23 hours ago type 2 diabetes. The South Beach Diet (Rodale Inc./Hardcover/April 2003) spent 105 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list with more than 38 of those at #1

Journal to retract Korean stem cell paper
Brocktown News, USA - Jan 4, 2006 Fox, Health and Science Correspondent 1 hour, 1 minute ago. can provide a source of any type of tissue a range of conditions from juvenile diabetes to damaged

South Korean stem cell scandal could sink deeper
USA Today - Jan 2, 2006 Richard Arvedon of Hartford, Conn., says his 8-year-old daughter, Emma, has had type 1 diabetes since she was 13 months old. She

Transplant gives freedom to diabetics
Denver Post, CO - Jan 3, 2006 about a dozen centers in North America doing the transplants in which islet cells are injected into the liver of a patient with Type 1 diabetes - once called

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Thursday, January 05, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Health News | Home


Health News | Home
EARTHtimes.org - Jan 02 12:08 PM
Older women who drink moderately might be slashing their risk of Type 2 diabetes and kidney cancer, two separate studies have found.Save to My Web

Researchers Pinpoint Link Between High-Fat Diet, Diabetes
The Denver Channel - Dec 28 11:57 AM
A new study offers more evidence of a link between high-fat diets and the development of type 2 diabetes.Save to My Web

Molecular Link Between Diet, Type 2 Diabetes Discovered
HealthCentral.com - Jan 04 2:19 AM
TUESDAY, Jan. 3 (HealthDay News) -- A new study shows how and why a high-fat diet and obesity are linked to type 2 diabetes. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego have found a molecular connection between the high-fat Western-style diet and the disruption of insulin production.Save to My Web

Medicare Prescription Benefits Start Today
RedNova - Jan 04 10:22 AM
By KEVIN FREKING Associated Press Most senior citizens are expected to save money -- if they enroll in a private plan. WASHINGTON -- Medicare's prescription drug coverage rolls out Sunday, a benefit being hailed as the most significant advance in the program's 40-year history.Save to My Web

Center hopes to help teen moms lose weight
New Orleans Times-Picayune - Jan 04 5:00 PM
ST. LOUIS (AP) Before she became a teen mom, Emma Richardson played high school sports and wore a size 8. But 27 months after daughter Kayla's birth, Richardson feels stuck in a size 16 body, forced to wear "older people's clothes" instead of the hot styles for her generation.Save to My Web

Study seeks ways to help teen moms lose weight
USA Today - Jan 04 11:46 AM
Researchers at Saint Louis University School of Public Health hope to help young women llose weight gained during pregnancy. The school's Obesity Prevention Center has a five-year, $3.5 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to study how best to do that.Save to My Web

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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Age healthfully with lifetime strategy (Diabetes Mellitus)


Age healthfully with lifetime strategy
AZCentral.com - We are a society obsessed with youth. Visit any nutrition store and you'll find supplements meant to delay the aging process. And, in fact, there are organizations of medical professionals dedicated to anti-aging medicine. However, most medical

Impotence could be heart disease warning
AZCentral.com - CHICAGO - A large study of men age 55 and older adds to evidence that impotence can be a warning sign for heart disease. Men with erectile dysfunction were more likely than other men to experience chest pain, a heart attack or a stroke during the

Transcript: Lean Plate Club (Updated 1.04.06)
Washington Post - Have questions about Live Online? Find answers in our new interactive FAQ . Now that the school bell is ringing for many kids, there's a morning time crunch at home that often leaves little time for breakfast. How do you entice your kids to the table

S. Korea University Begins Probe of Stem Cell Charges
KXAN - Seoul National University officials have launched an investigation into allegations that stem cell pioneer Hwang Woo-suk falsified cloning research that had been hailed as a major breakthrough. Hwang was questioned, his office was sealed off and

Dieter sent on extra mile
USA Today - FARMINGTON, Pa. Stanley Jones, 49, spent a weekend living a dieter's dream. Stanley Jones, who lost 67 pounds and then stalled, takes a walk with nutritionist Jim Barnes at Pennsylvania's Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. By Jeff Swensen for USA TODAY

Blaming dietary sodium for high blood pressure is too simplistic the
NewsTarget - In popular thought, disputing sodium's link to high blood pressure is equivalent to questioning whether the earth is round. However, some experts now believe that salt will not raise blood pressure in everyone, just in people who are "salt sensitive

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Tweedy to play (Diabetes Mellitus) local benefit


Tweedy to play local benefit
Chicago Tribune - An impressive lineup of Chicago musicians including Jeff Tweedy, Califone, Chris Mills and Robbie Fulks will combine forces in a benefit for longtime local concert soundboard man Gary Scheppers, who was recently diagnosed with

Medicare Drug Benefit Set For '06 Debut
WBZ-AM - WASHINGTON (AP) Medicare's prescription drug coverage rolls out Sunday, a benefit being hailed as the most significant advance in the program's 40-year history. Most senior citizens should see their medicine become more affordable because of the new

Alcohol cuts
Herald Sun - We welcome your comments on this and other stories. Comments are submitted for possible publication on the condition that they may be edited. Please provide your full name and suburb/location. We also require a working e-mail address not for

Women &
KABC - If you want to protect yourself from

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Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Diabetes Mellitus - Pupils to be weighed in battle against obesity


Pupils to be weighed in battle against obesity
Daily Mail - Schools are poised to reintroduce traditional medicals in which children are weighed at four and ten to stave off obesity. The move comes amid mounting evidence that a generation of inactive youngsters face a lifetime of weight-related health

Long-Term Effects of GERD in Children
ABC News - Select a Health Topic ADD & ADHD Allergy Alternative Medicine Alzheimer's Disease Arthritis Asthma Body Aches and Pains Breast Cancer Cancer Awareness Cardio Health Children's Health Colon Cancer Contraception COPD/Emphysema Dental Health

November newsletter
National Womens Health Information Center - Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude

Taking Calorie Counting Up A Notch
WBZ-AM - ST. LOUIS (CBS) Looking to live a long, healthy life? As CBS News correspondent Mika Brzezinski reports, for people like Joseph Cordell, that means counting every single calorie. Forty-seven year-old Joseph Cordell is not only counting his calories

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Monday, January 02, 2006

Number of diabetics in Maine doubles (Diabetes Mellitus)


Number of diabetics in Maine doubles
Philadelphia Inquirer - BANGOR, Maine - The number of diabetics in Maine has doubled since 1994, and state officials are worried that inactivity and overeating are pushing rates up even more. Figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that 3.4 percent

Blaming dietary sodium for high blood pressure is too simplistic the
NewsTarget - In popular thought, disputing sodium's link to high blood pressure is equivalent to questioning whether the earth is round. However, some experts now believe that salt will not raise blood pressure in everyone, just in people who are "salt sensitive

Indigent care options dwindling
Brazoria Facts - A place by the water was all Linda Wood desired. Surfside Beach made the ideal spot to spend the rest of her life, and her modest home there was absolutely worth busting her butt to pay off, the 62-year-old said. But when a sudden shift to

Science News of the Year 2005
Science News - "Construction of two rigid airships of approximately 6,000,000 cubic foot capacity at cost not over $8,000,000 for both [was] authorized by Congress but no funds appropriated." That item from 1926 led the first annual review of "Scientific Events" by

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Having a fine old time


Having a fine old time
Boston Globe, United States - 6 hours ago to Paterno's official athletic department biography, other Division 1 schools had Bowden was diagnosed several years ago with Type-2 diabetes and manages it

Physicians With Diabetic Patients Should Aim For Lower Blood
Medical News Today (press release), UK - Dec 30, 2005 Cefalu also states that because effects on the cardiovascular system are seen in younger individuals with Type 1 diabetes compared to non-diabetic individuals

Update 1: Doctors Debate Safety of Obesity Surgeries
Forbes - 3 hours ago lose weight and turn to obesity surgery, doctors are debating which type is safest BMI over 35 plus a weight-related medical problem like diabetes or high

Substitute Facing Sex Charges Hospitalized
ABC30.com, CA - Dec 29, 2005 Got a call this morning that Brad Smith almost died last night. His kidneys almost failed, he has Type 1 Diabetes," said attorney Ernest Kinney.

Innovation In Diabetes Care: New Ways For People To Take Insulin
Medical News Today (press release), UK - Dec 27, 2005 Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body's immune system attacks and destroys cells in the pancreas that make insulin, a vital hormone that regulates glucose in

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Sunday, January 01, 2006

Caregiving: Mediterranean diet for life (Diabetes Mellitus)


Caregiving: Mediterranean diet for life
Science Daily (press release) - Dec 29, 2005 Hospital indicates the high-fat Atkins diet helps diabetes patients lose is a bit impatient with a US healthcare system that provides treatment after treatment

Three industries picked to grow - and quickly
International Herald Tribune, France - Dec 30, 2005 medicine. Major new drugs have been developed for the treatment of the human immunodeficiency virus, arthritis and diabetes. Innovative

On the threshold of biotech revolution
Financial Express, India - 2 hours ago Focus has shifted on therapies used in the treatment of thalassemia, leukemia and in the discovery of drugs related to diseases such as cancer and diabetes.

Matters of the kidney
Fiji Times, Fiji - Dec 26, 2005 Foundation of Fiji hopes to change this by expanding the options that kidney patients have to treatment. The reason for that is that diabetes is also on a rise

Ron Bentsur Accepts Position As CEO of XTL Biopharmaceuticals, Ltd
Drug Newswire (press release), CT - 20 hours ago acquisition, development and commercialization of novel pharmaceutical products for the treatment of life-threatening diseases, including diabetes and cancer.

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