Low dose aspirin may not be effective for heart disease in diabetes patients. Two studies published in the The Journal of the American Medical Association have claimed it. The researchers aren’t closing the door on aspirin for diabetes patients. However, they suggest that the decision to prescribe aspirin should be made on an individual patient basis.
SRT1720 can be an answer to the problems of obesity and diabetes. After successful experiments on mice model, researchers are hopeful to use the same on the human subjects. The drug appears to increase energy levels when exercising. The drug mimics the effects of an ingredient in red wine.
Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death listed on U.S. death certificates and it is estimated that almost 2.5 million Latinos in the U.S. will be affected by diabetes by 2020, of those, 44% will be over the age of 65. To control these conditions and to take proper management of diabetes Evercare, a leading provider of Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plans, is offering a special health plan tailored to meet the needs of people living with one or more chronic illnesses.
Most of the people facing diabetes have to check their fooding habits, like eating out in resturants, eating foods having calories, and this makes their life dull. But now American Diabetes Association is giving us some suggestions which will help us to prevent diabetes and also heart disease.
Study Finds Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Surgery / Bariatric Surgery Better Than Medicine in Controlling Type 2 Diabetes ( NIDDM )
Laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery can be more effective in patients with type 2 diabeteas and obesity. According to a new study presented here at the 25th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS), patients with morbid obesity who have bariatric surgery lost significant weight over the long-term and are significantly less likely to die from heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Thus the study finds that the laparoscopic surgery can be more effective than the traditional insulin based treatment.
We people live in a misconception that diabetic people can’t have sugar or they must buy and eat special foods for diabetics. In this conception we run to the stores to buy diabetes friendly food which are showing up in the supermarket and thus increasing popularity.
The Keck School of Medicine researchers have found out that Erectile Dysfunction can be a result of physical problems like poor blood flow to the penis. Erectile Dysfunction, better known to be impotence, was believed to be a psychological problem. Moreover the study indicates that ED can be an early indicator to coronary artery disease.