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arrow Diabetes risk may fall as magnesium intake climbs
26-09-2011
(Reuters Health) - Getting enough magnesium in your diet could help prevent diabetes, a new study suggests. People who consumed the most magnesium in foods and from vitamin supplements were about half as likely to develop diabetes over the next 20 years as people who took in the least magnesium,
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arrow Kawal glukosa darah
26-09-2011
SAYA menghidap diabetes sejak lima tahun lalu. Walaupun mengambil ubat daripada doktor, namun adakalanya bacaan paras gula saya agak tinggi. Bolehkah suplemen diambil agar keadaan menjadi lebih terkawal?
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arrow Diabetes-related kidney disease on the rise
22-09-2011
(Reuters Health) - Kidney damage from diabetes has jumped 34 percent in the last two decades, according to a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association. That means nearly seven million Americans have diabetic kidney disease, despite increases in the use of medications to stave off the problem.
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arrow Asian nutrition update
20-09-2011
Nutritionists in the region must be poised to face the challenges of a rapidly developing Asia. THE 11th Asian Congress of Nutrition (ACN) was held in Singapore in mid July, organised by the Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association.
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arrow Big isn’t always better
13-09-2011
Acromegaly is often waved off as ‘gigantism’, but what many fail to see is the layers of pain and suffering that engulf those afflicted by it. NOBODY called him Little Robert. Sure, he was only eight, but he towered above everyone else at six feet (1.8m).
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arrow Living with acromegaly
13-09-2011
WHEN retired dental nurse Umi Salleh (not her real name) met an old friend recently, all she got was: “Why do you look so different now?” If you’re meeting Umi for the first time, nothing about her will strike you as out of the ordinary.
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