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Lyme Disease: Danger Lurking in the Grass

Share If you’re the outdoor type, make sure you protect yourself. Lyme disease is a serious bacterial infection that follows a bite from an infected tick. Lyme disease causes metabolic dysfunction leading to low blood sugars and being diabetic, your immune system is already compromised. Diabetics could display behaviour patterns of daily anxiety, episodes of outbursts and paranoia when struck …

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7 Breast Cancer Signs Diabetics Should Never Ignore

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Share A diabetes diagnosis will significantly raise your risk of other conditions, including breast cancer. Studies show there are high co-relations between Type 2 diabetes and cancer – pancreatic, liver, endometrium, kidney and thyroid as well as certain types of leukemia.Hyperinsulinemia, hyperglycemia and inflammation may directly may directly increase cancer risk. The shared risk factors between cancer and diabetes are …

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Diabetes and NAFLD – Fatty Liver Disease

Share It affects around a third of us — more if we are overweight or obese and have diabetes. Here’s what you need to know…Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a remarkably common condition — it affects up to one in three people in the UK (four out of five if we’re obese or overweight) — so it’s important to …

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Too Much Hair – Hirsutism and Diabetes

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Share Excessive hair in women may be caused by treatable hormone imbalances. Most women have fine hair on their arms and legs, with thicker, longer hair in their armpits and genitals. Men’s body hair tends to be thicker and longer thanks to their androgen hormones, mainly produced by their testicles. Both sexes also produce small amounts of androgens in their …

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Reverse Diabetes in Thin Diabetics

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Share Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery — a proven surgical option for controlling and to reverse diabetes — not only for obese patients, but also for thin diabetics. Eighteen-year-old Myra barely out of junior college, was diagnosed with diabetes requiring regular medicines and restrictive lifestyle changes. Married at the early age of 19 years, her blood sugar levels went up during …

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