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New Development. Diabetes Mellitus Linked To Inflammation Caused By Obesity.

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ShareResearchers have found a fresh connection between obesity and development of type 2 diabetes — Inflammation related to obesity and endoplasmic reticulum dysfunction. Endoplasmic reticulum is a mini-organ inside cells that plays a key role in the synthesis of many proteins and lipids. Consequently, it helps maintain proper glucose levels in the body and is therefore, very important for the health …

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A Squeaky Wheel Gets All The Oil. Road Trip.

Diabetes and a Road Trip

ShareA road trip is a fabulous way to travel – driving along the coast, stopping at quaint inns, meeting new people and seeing new sights. Having Diabetes Type 2 should not be a hindrance to taking a road trip, but proper planning can help make managing diabetes on the road much easier. 10 essential tips for a road trip- Meet …

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Diabetes. Bi-plane or Spaceship?

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ShareWho says that diabetics cannot travel by plane? Of course they can, but they do need to prepare well in advance and keep certain important factors in mind. Eating healthy is a must. You should be able to choose from local menus and still eat a balanced meal. Find the food available at your destination so you are well prepared …

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Moron Troublemaker. Margarine.

Diabetes and Margarine

ShareOne of the greatest fat storing foods, which can also increase your weight but it also has far more serious health risks, is Margarine. Like many oils and spreads, most margarine contain trans-fat. Trans-fats are formed when hydrogen is added to make it solid and less likely to spoil, it’s added to prolong shelf life. Ingesting these trans-fats can increase …

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Pity The Hun Prefers Fighting To Fun. Pre-diabetic?

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ShareAwareness and early detection can put a lid on this disorder. But often, even the obvious symptoms of diabetes (increased appetite, constant thirst and high urine formation) are ignored and the disease is usually caught at an advanced stage, when much of the damage is irreversible, rather than at the pre-diabetic stage. Quite often it is accidentally caught only during …

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