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Tag Archives: Obesity
When a person with Diabetes type 2 loses weight, they often see very significant improvement in their diabetic control, cholesterol and other factors. While reducing excess body fat is important, it can be very challenging. In an effort to help … Continue reading
The article below describes a subtle anti-fat bias in which doctors provide the same advice, spend the same amount of time with patients regardless of their body weight but fail to establish rapport. There were previous reports in which patients … Continue reading
The latest version of the inquisitor, has an article that says, the eating habits of teenagers is putting this young population at risk for disease of the large arteries or atherosclerosis. This will increase their risk for heart attacks, strokes, … Continue reading
Do you believe that only people who are overweight are susceptible to type 2 Diabetes? A study reported in medscape clinical briefs describes three risk factors which may independently increase the risk for developing type 2 Diabetes. People with Insulin … Continue reading
Does eating fast food cause diabetes type 2 and increase the incidence of heart disease. A study done in Singapore showed a correlation between the amount of fast food consumed and the incidence of Diabetes. Those who ate fast food … Continue reading
Men with Diabetes Type II (or Prediabetes) with obesity have lower testosterone levels. A study involving 891 men reported in the 94th Endocrine Society Annual Meetings reported a study in which men were divided into three groups, 1) Behavior Modification, … Continue reading
The rates of obesity, diabetes and autism are increasing. One fifth of all pregnant women are currently obese. The number of children with autism has increased to one out of 88. In a study that included 1004 maternal child pairs … Continue reading
Can insomnia, or lack of sleep for other reasons, actually cause Diabetes and Obesity? Scientists at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston found that disrupted sleep patterns will lower the basal metabolic rate, or the rate at which calories … Continue reading