Tag Archives: Diabetes

Blame Diabetes For Low Breast Milk After Pregnancy – Insulin Levels Affect Lactation, But Blood Sugar Can Be Regulated By Breastfeeding, Suggests Research

Diabetes during pregnancy is responsible for lower breast milk production. However, breastfeeding is quite important for diabetic mothers as it can lower the need for artificial insulin intake, suggests a new research. A new research strongly indicates that diabetic women may experience significantly reduced quantity of breast milk post pregnancy. It seems diabetes also hinders the timely lactation of nursing ...

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New Drug In Clinical Trials Turns ‘Bad’ White Fat Into ‘Good’ Brown Fat – Could Aide In Diabetes Treatment As Well

Researchers have developed a drug that can convert white fat, that is considered bad for the human body, into brown fat, which is beneficial. The experimental weight-loss drug that will eventually help people burn fat has been trialed in mice, and the results are highly promising. The new drug, technically referred to as GC-1, has successfully boosted mice’s metabolism, and ...

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Diabetes In The Womb: Tobacco Smoke Can Significantly Escalate Risk Of Developing Diabetes In Adulthood

Tobacco smoke can escalate risk of developing diabetes for babies in the womb, indicates a recently published study. According to a study from the University of California, Davis and the Berkeley nonprofit Public Health Institute, children exposed to tobacco smoke from their parents while in the womb, are significantly more vulnerable to developing diabetes as adults. Published February 9 in ...

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Could You Be Ignoring Important Diabetes Symptoms?

Over 29 million Americas have been diagnosed with diabetes. While the numbers rise each year, it has been estimated that there are more than 8 million Americans who are battling diabetes undiagnosed and who are ignoring the diabetes symptoms that they are having which could lead to more serious health problems and diabetes complications, even death, if untreated. Diabetes symptoms ...

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