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arrow Advice on anti-diabetes drug
13-10-2010
PETALING JAYA: Doctors should restrict their prescription of anti-diabetes medicine rosiglitazone and not start it on new patients following fears that it may increase cardiovascular problem.
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arrow A physical reminder
13-10-2010
Regular physical activity enhances health and reduces the risk of various chronic diseases. A sedentary lifestyle is a cause of weight gain, overweight and obesity. Overweight and obesity,
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arrow Rediscovering the First Miracle Drug
7-10-2010
Every few months some miracle drug or other is rolled out with bells and confetti, but only once or twice in a generation does the real thing come along. These are the blockbuster medications that can virtually raise the dead, and while the debuts of some, like the AIDS drugs, are still fresh in memory, the birth of the first one is almost forgotten.
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arrow Possible New Approach For Diabetes Therapy
4-10-2010
Nutrition experts at Oregon State University have essentially "cured" laboratory mice of mild, diet-induced diabetes by stimulating the production of a particular enzyme.
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arrow Weight-loss surgery cuts diabetics' costs: study
4-10-2010
(Reuters) - Three-fourths of obese diabetics who had weight-loss surgery were able to quit taking diabetes drugs within six months of their operation, U.S. researchers said on Monday, citing a new study.
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arrow Top Picks: Treating diabetes naturally
27-09-2010
CONTROLLING blood glucose levels means controlling your own life. And this not only important for diabetics, it is vital for non-diabetics as well. When you have diabetes, it is important to maintain normal levels of blood sugar in your body. Blood sugar levels must neither be too low nor too high. It does not hurt to make lifestyle changes and reduce the risk of diabetes.
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