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Diabetes and Seasonal Changes

ShareScientists have been aware that many illnesses, like heart related disease, autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes and mental disorders, are affected by seasonal changes. The Journal of Nature Communications has published a study that indicates that the activity of almost one-fourth of our genes (5,136 out of 22,822 genes tested) fluctuates according to the time of year, with …

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Diabetes and ADHD

ShareAttention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) is a common behavioral disorder affecting approximately 10% of school going children. It has been seen that boys are about thrice more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD as compared to girls. Why this gender discrepancy is there is still not clear. Kids with ADHD act without thinking, are hyperactive and have difficulty focusing. Understanding …

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Diabetes and Race – We have a Duty of Care

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Share  A lot of factors have been known to affect type 2 diabetes. There are certain factors that can be changed like, weight, exercise and stress taken, whereas there are those factors which are constant and unchangeable like race, age, gender and family history. The important point is to be aware of all factors so appropriate steps can be taken …

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New News: Inhibit Juvenile Diabetes with Micro Biota.

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ShareMicro biota are a set of bacteria in our human bodies which may also protect us against the development of type 1 diabetes, say Scientists. The immune system in human bodies has developed various mechanisms to detect, defend against and even destroy micro-organisms i.e. to combat pathogens. These mechanisms include the antimicrobial peptides and other natural proteins that destroy pathogenic …

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Frick Stress or Gain Weight

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ShareBy combining the right ratios of carbs and proteins, you cause your body to burn fat rather than store it. The other thing that feeds into cravings for “comfort foods” is cortisol, another hormone that can cause sweet tooth for these “comfort foods”, directly affecting persons with Type 1 Diabetes and the Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Cortisol is a hormone …

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