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Gluten-free Diet doesn’t reduce Babies’ risk of Diabetes

For the first year of babies with diabetes history in their families, a gluten-free diet does not lower the risk of developing diabetes, German researchers said recently. The study suggested that babies exposed to gluten as part of their early diet may be more likely to develop type 1 diabetes later in childhood. Related terms:baby […]

Hope for Diabetes Cure

It is widely regarded that diabetes is an incurable disease but that hasn’t stopped doctors from seeking out a cure for it. In that regard, the Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey in collaboration with one of the world’s leading researchers for diabetes recently announced that they are optimistic about a breakthrough procedure they […]

Delaying Diabetes Through Signal Pathway

Apart from obesity and lack of exercise as the main factors that pull the trigger on diabetes, researchers from the Institute of Cell Biology of ETH Zurich suggest the possibility that some diabetics may actually have an abnormality in signal pathway and deactivating it may delay the illness for many years. Related terms:hif1a ethztype 2 […]

Aromatherapy and Diabetes

Upon hearing the word, aromatherapy, people always associate it with massage. Aromatherapy though is more than just the soothing strokes and relaxing feel of massages; it is a mode of treatment that uses essential oils extracted from flowers, barks, roots or other parts of the plant. There are many health benefits from aromatherapy such as […]

Diabetes, Obesity and Asthma

“I am overweight Doc, can I develop asthma?” A question I hear almost everyday, the answer still surprises me to this day. Asthma (az-muh, as-) is a chronic disease that affects millions of people worldwide. Its primary cause is inflamed airways in the lungs. This inflammation makes the airways smaller, which makes it more difficult […]

Obesity: A Precursor to Diabetes and Much More

We could maybe blame it on technology and the modern conveniences of life; or probably, to the continuous “westernization” of societies all over the world. But with all the advantages that modern society brings, there is one truth that cannot be denied: people have become more sedentary. Related terms:obesity precursorPASOO philippines obesity reseach among childrencontentRosa […]

Taking Care of Your Diabetes Every Day

What kind of DIABETES do you have? Type 1 diabetes, formerly called juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is usually first diagnosed before age 40 (in children, teenagers, or young adults). It is a disorder in which the body does not produce insulin (a hormone that aids in moving sugar from the blood to the cells). […]

Diet as First-line Therapy for Infantile Spasms

Traditionally used for intractable childhood epilepsy, the high fat, low carbohydrate ketogenic diet was found by a study to be an effective first-line treatment for spasms among four to eight-month old infants with epilepsy. Related terms:ERIC KOSSOFF ketogenic neurologyinfantile spasms adalahkossoff eric 2012infantile spasms philippinesinfantile spasms in the philippines2012 COST OF ACTH FOR SPASMSinfantile spasm […]

Diabetes in the Family: Winning the Battle Together

Sixteen-year-old Daniella was diagnosed with diabetes only a year ago. Before she learned about her condition, she was a bubbly individual who affected anyone around her with her zest for life. She was active in her school work and other extracurricular activities—a familiar face during school plays and dance performances. However, upon knowing of her […]

MRI eases Diabetes Detection

A recent study from the Harvard Medical School suggested the use of noninvasive imaging (MRI) in the early diagnosis, staging, and treatment of diabetes. The study was performed in the Massachusetts General Hospital and the first study to use MRI in diabetes research. Related terms:detection of diabetesMRI AND DIABETESmri diabetesdetection of diabetiesdiabetes detectionmri to detect […]