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Ill Effects of Using Insulin To Control Diabetes by rajesh moganti Posted Fri 07 Jun 2013 2:00am   Treatment of is by way of insulin is effective, but it has some disadvantages and side health effects and these are some of the complications of treatment by insulin. Insulin is a protein and may trigger allergic reactions in a diabetic patient and may be the patient gets small red lump at the site of injection and itching may occur fo ... Read on »
Animal Pharm Science: Vitamin A Deficiency Increases Marbling by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 11:52am Do you want marbling in your meat? I mean, fat-infiltration of your meat- muscles...biceps, triceps, quads and gluts. MAXIMAL maximus gluteus is what I'm going for! Maximization with functional exercises like squatting and digging volleyball-style which is oh-so-nice... Not... marbled...meat!! Looking at journals of animal farm sc ... Read on »
Embryonic Stem Cell Research Testimony – Senate Subcommittee on Labor – HHS – Education Appropriations by MedNews Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 3:36pm DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH The Promise of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Witness appearing before the Senate Subcommittee on Labor – HHS – Education Appropriat ... Read on »
Insulin production (after type 1 diabetes diagnosis) may continue for decades by Elizabeth S. Posted Tue 21 Feb 2012 10:27pm Could a recent study help us understand why so many patients with type 1 diabetes seem to avoid complications, and why others (including many type 2 patients who aim for control) seem to suffer?   In the March issue of Diabetes Care (Diabetes Care March 2012 vol. 35 no. 3 465-470), researchers found that, [...] Read on »
Breast Milk Supply May Be Linked to Insulin Production by Medline Plus Posted Sun 07 Jul 2013 7:00am Findings could have implications for prediabetic mothers, researchers say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Breast Feeding , Pre-diabetes Read on »
FDA Let Scientists With Drug-Company Ties Evaluate New Insulin Product by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 8:14pm The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) allowed scientists with direct financial ties to Pfizer serve on an advisory committee to evaluate the drug company's proposed insulin inhaler, Exubera, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest. The New York Times also discusses the issue of conflict of interest about Exubera in an a ... Read on »
5 Steps to Reversing Type 2 Diabetes and Insulin Resistance by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 12:01am 1 Comment Breaking news! Some newly discovered compounds have just been found to turn off all of the genes that cause diabetes. Are these compounds found in a pill bottle? No way. Instead, you’ll find them on your dinner plate -- in rye bread and pasta. (As I recently wrote in one of my blogs, rye contains special phytonutrients that turn of ... Read on »
Twenty Percent Of Adults Taking Insulin Regularly Skip Insulin Doses by John Shelmet Medical Doctor Posted Mon 05 Apr 2010 5:41am More than half (57%) of adult patients taking insulin will purposely skip a dose on occasion and 20% do so routinely. This information is based on a survey of 502 American adult diabetics. The sampling was weighted to be "representative of insulin-using U.S. adults with diabetes". Type 2 diabetics made up 77% of the survey that was reported in ... Read on »
August 17, 2011 by Michael B. Posted Wed 17 Aug 2011 1:46pm As most of you can tell by now, Linda was pretty special in my life.  Linda was probably my first real hero…ok, so Jim Rice from the Boston Red Sox was maybe my original hero when I was ten…but when I knew better, it was Linda.  She put up with a lot, not only from Tommy and I (playing the role of annoying little brothers), but in her struggles w ... Read on »
Does Butter Raise Insulin And Make You Fat? The Low-Carb Experts Respond To This Claim by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Apr 2010 1:59pm One of the attractions of a healthy low-carb diet for many people is the ability to consume butter again. For years we’ve been told by groups like the American Heart Association that saturated fats like butter will raise your cholesterol (which is true–HDL “good” cholesterol goes WAY UP when you consume butter!) and that we should be choosin ... Read on »