Tag: diabetes

Diabetes Treatment Study With Surprising Weight-Loss Validates...

The results of a new study on a drug to treat type 2 diabetes have garnered widespread attention because of...

July 28, 2022

Roundup: Immunocompromised Eligible for Additional Booster; COVID-19...

More People, Especially the Immunocompromised, are Eligible for Additional Vaccine Doses as Omicron Cases Surge Eligibility for boosters expanded this...

January 14, 2022

Latest Case Against Too Many Sugary Drinks

Sugary drinks fuel weight gain and the U.S. obesity epidemic among adults and children, elevating the risk of diabetes and...

September 16, 2021

Expert Shares What Men Need to Know...

Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, a hormone that regulates...

August 11, 2021

How Gut Bacteria Affects Many Aspects of...

Most people don’t realize they share their bodies with trillions of bacteria, fungi and other microbes. The majority of these...

July 12, 2021

More Young Adults are Being Diagnosed with...

Just weeks before the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, a study in the JAMA Pediatrics, published by the American Medical...

April 1, 2021

Diabetes Alert Day 2021: Understanding Your Risk,...

The numbers are startling: about 88 million American adults — or 1 in 3 — have prediabetes, which is when...

March 23, 2021

The Link Between Sleep Health and Diabetes...

Most people are aware that family medical history, what you eat, your weight, and being active can prevent type 2...

March 17, 2021

Diabetes & The Heart: It’s Not Just...

Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease are directly linked — but not because of blood sugar.  Metabolic disorders play the...

December 1, 2020

World Diabetes Day 2020: COVID-19 Adds to...

World Diabetes Day, which was created in 1991, falls this year on Saturday, Nov. 14, in the midst of the...

November 13, 2020

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Ask the Psychiatrist: What to Expect...

While awareness of mental health issues and resources have become more mainstream in recent years, a South Florida psychiatrist says that many people who could...

Preventing Cognitive Decline: 5 Tips to...

Preventing cognitive decline has made the news lately. A new study indicates that physical and mental activities as people age can preserve the brain’s processing...

Miami Cancer Institute Launches Global Consortium...

Miami Cancer Institute has spearheaded the creation of the Global Bladder Cancer Consortium (GBCC), a collaboration between the world’s top experts in bladder cancer. Among...

Reading the Medication Labels

The package inserts on medications these days read like a laundry list of potential side effects. How do we know which would be more common...

A Celebrity’s Bout with Ruptured Aneurysms...

Actress Emilia Clarke, 35, best known for her role in Game of Thrones, recently spoke candidly about her struggles since suffering two ruptured aneurysms over...

Roundup: Monkeypox Declared Public Health Emergency;...

U.S. Declares Monkeypox a Public Health Emergency; Here’s What That Means The White House has declared monkeypox a public health emergency, a move that gives...

Basics of De-Stressing: Identifying, Resolving Stress...

In today’s rapidly changing world, stress is all around us and it’s hard to avoid some form of stress sometime during the day. “Anything can...

Better Breastfeeding: Tips for Expectant and...

You’ve stocked up on diapers, struggled to properly install your car seat and put together the crib. Now you’re anxiously awaiting the birth of your...