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This roundup of our recent articles discusses cataracts and their association with Alzheimer’s disease, type 2 diabetes, epilepsy, blurred vision, and sunlight. For most people, cataracts develop slowly and don’t disrupt the vision early on. But with time and age,… Read More
August is National Breastfeeding Month, so we present some of our stories regarding breastfeeding and its association with rheumatoid arthritis, type 2 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and folic acid.
Breastfeeding is a newborn’s primary source of nutrients and nourishment. Growing evidence… Read More
Hearing impairment is linked to diabetes, and studies recommend hearing testing for type 2 diabetes management. The research found compelling evidence that diabetes can damage the auditory system, and that doctors should recommend regular hearing tests for their diabetic patients.… Read More
A research study published in Optometry and Vision Science suggests that age-related cataracts are associated with type 2 diabetes and statin use. The study was conducted by researchers of University of Waterloo, Canada, led by Carolyn M. Machan, O.D.
As… Read More
Type 2 diabetes risk increases with early and late menopause, according to research findings. Women who experience menopause prior to the age of 46 and after the age of 55 are at a higher risk of developing type 2 … Read More
Whether Alzheimer’s disease could lead to type 2 diabetes has been studied for a long time. Recently, researchers found that a common diabetes drug could be effective at treating Alzheimer’s disease – and that Alzheimer’s disease could, in fact, lead… Read More
Diabetes, epilepsy, and asthma may increase the risk of suicide and self-harm. For the study, the researchers compared different psychiatric and physical disorders in England. Along with diabetes, epilepsy, and asthma, other physical illnesses associated with a higher risk… Read More
Rheumatoid arthritis treatment with steroid therapy (glucocorticoid) raises the risk of diabetes, which increases with higher dosages and longer duration. Glucocorticoid, or steroid, therapy is prescribed to nearly half of rheumatoid arthritis patients, but it is a known risk factor… Read More
The risk of type 2 diabetes is lower in people partaking in brisk walks. The study found that brisk walking may actually be more effective at warding off type 2 diabetes than jogging.
Study author Dr. William Kraus said, “We… Read More
Colon cancer recurrence is associated with diabetes and high blood pressure, according to research. In a retrospective study looking at 36,000 colon cancer patients, the researchers found that early diabetes and high blood pressure increased the risk of colon cancer… Read More
Estrogen fluctuations associated with menopause raise the levels of and susceptibility to stress, while postmenopausal depression increases the risk of diabetes and heart disease. Estradiol (a form of estrogen) fluctuates during menopause transition, causing heightened emotional sensitivity to stress. When… Read More
A new study suggests that type 2 diabetes can be prevented through the consumption of healthy fats. These types of fats are found in nuts, seeds, fish, and vegetable oils. On the other hand, the study also pointed out that… Read More
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