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Weight gain in pregnancy predicts obesity in offspring by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 05 Aug 2010 12:00am ChildrensHospital.org - Expectant mothers who gain large amounts of weight tend to give birth to heavier infants who are at higher risk for obesity later in life. But it’s never been proven that this tendency results from the weight gain itself ... Read on »
Trans Fat Linked To Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 28 Sep 2012 8:16pm From Food Consumer….. A new study in the journal of Obesity suggests that eating trans fat or trans fatty acids may increase risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus even if the calorie intake is not excessive. Both saturated fat and trans fat has early been proved in laboratory studies to be implicated in the development of type 2 diab ... Read on »
The Relationship Between Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus And Statin Therapy by Dr. Stanley F. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 21 Mar 2012 3:28pm Stanley Feld M.D. FACP, MACE Readers have continuously reminded me that consumers are not smart enough to purchase the right kind of healthcare. "Hello Dr. Feld, What is your solution for patients who simply aren’t educated enough to make these decisions on their own? In “Redefining Healthcare” Michael Porter advocates a role fo ... Read on »
CARB PLANNING FOR DIABETICS BY BODY WEIGHT by Martha K. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:48pm All carbohydrates (either from sugar or starch) will raise blood sugar to a similar degree. In general, one gram of carbohydrates raises blood sugar by 3 points in people who weigh 200 pounds, 4 points for weights of 150 pounds, and 5 points for 100 pounds. Of course, adding chia for fiber and eating low on the glycemic index ... Read on »
The Silent Killer: Diabetes by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 03 Feb 2010 2:00am With February being devoted to women’s heart health, you ‘re probably seeing a lot of statistics relating to heart attacks, strokes and other issues. While these conditions are alarming, others may also lead to a serious risk to your health, and in some cases, a higher risk of losing your life too soon. Diabetes is known as the silent kill ... Read on »
Low Birth Weights May Put Black Women at Risk for Diabetes by Medline Plus Posted Thu 21 Aug 2014 8:00pm Study found association regardless of their current weight Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: African American Health , Birth Weight , Diabetes Type 2 Read on »
Causes of type 2 diabetes or Diabetes mellitus by Dr.Savitha Suri Posted Tue 24 Aug 2010 4:22am This type of diabetes  occurs in adults. Hence it is also called as adult-onset diabetes. It occurs when the body produces enough insulin but cannot utilize it effectively. Usually middle aged persons are affected by this condition. Let us observe the probable causes of type-2 diabetes. 1.Hereditary: Chances of a person developing diabetes are ... Read on »
Making Your Baby Healthy: Months Before Birth by Debra .. Registered Dietician Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 7:16pm In today’s New York Times Magazine, I was disturbed to see a major misrepresentation. The article described a social movement of fat-acceptance activists. Robin Marantz Henig made points with which I agreed: some people can be fat and healthy; we should emphasize intuitive eating; and the emotional and physical benefits of exercise are often u ... Read on »
Normal-Weight People with Type 2 Diabetes Have Higher Death Risk by Medline Plus Posted Tue 07 Aug 2012 4:00pm In surprise finding, odds of dying twice as high if weight is normal at diagnosis Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Body Weight , Diabetes Type 2 Read on »
Health and body weight by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm It is wise to control one's body weight as being overweight or obese may bring health problems. People who are overweight are more prone to Type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease (heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure), certain type of cancer such as bowel cancer, etc. Being overweight or obese can also cause psychological problems suc ... Read on »