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To Your Good Health: Autoimmune diseases often run together

The Marshall News Messenger 28 May 2022
In early November 2021 my son, who is 30, was diagnosed with Addison’s disease and was treated with cortisol ... In March 2022 his blood sugar went up (300+), and he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. As late as January his blood sugar was normal! We are told that it happens sometimes with Addison’s ... Autoimmune diseases often run together.
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Nick Jonas Talks Diabetes Diagnosis, Becoming a Father and ‘Hoping for Change’ After Texas Shooting

Variety 28 May 2022
“I was a 13-year-old kid with a life that was kind of uprooted ...
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Docor’s Tip: Whole grains have a whole lot of benefits

Post Independent 27 May 2022
They lower blood markers for inflammation such as CRP (C-reactive protein), and they reduce severity of inflammatory diseases (for example, oatmeal baths for skin inflammation) ... Repeated spikes of blood sugar and insulin over the years lead to heart disease and diabetes, plus the gut microbiome suffers.
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Protect your vision with 7 habits for healthy retinas

Biltmore Beacon 27 May 2022
are retinal diseases, including conditions such as diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration, often referred to as AMD ... If you have diabetes, one of the best ways of lowering your risk of vision loss and preventing diabetic eye disease is to closely monitor and manage your blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
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Good diet, physical fitness should be central to national culture

Jamaica Observer 27 May 2022
EARLIER this month, Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton reiterated his extreme concern about lifestyle diseases ... It’s well established that those noncommunicable diseases are closely linked to lifestyle behaviours such as a sugar-rich diet and inadequate physical exercise.
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Ask the Doctors 5/26

The Spokesman-Review 26 May 2022
For those who aren’t familiar, Type 2 diabetes is a disease in which the body loses the ability to keep levels of blood glucose, also known as blood sugar, within a healthy range ... The reason the disease can run in families is partly due to someone’s genetic makeup, which leaves them with a predisposition to the disease.
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Ask the Doctors

The Bismarck Tribune 26 May 2022
For those who aren't familiar, Type 2 diabetes is a disease in which the body loses the ability to keep levels of blood glucose, also known as blood sugar, within a healthy range ... The reason the disease can run in families is partly due to someone's genetic makeup, which leaves them with a predisposition to the disease.
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Michael Roizen, M.D.: Understanding time-restricted eating; repairing blood vessels

The Crescent News 26 May 2022
It’s true that heart disease is the No ... Exercise, along with smart nutrition (plant-based diet and no red or processed meats, added sugars or highly processed foods), is very effective in reducing not only your risk for heart disease but many other complications.
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Stroke of luck: Recognizing symptoms of a very serious medical condition

The Gonzales Inquirer 26 May 2022
Risk factors that are within our control are diet, exercise, smoking, drinking, lifestyle risks, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease and diabetes ... It is important and relevant to be aware of genetic predisposition of stroke and corresponding diseases that may lead to stroke, in your family history.
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3 alternative protein critiques, explained

GreenBiz 26 May 2022
This article originally appeared as part of our Food Weekly newsletter ... Critique 1 ... Beef’s carbon intensity is 75 times higher ... I generally agree with Pollan’s recommendations and understand that eating too many highly processed foods laden with sugar, salt and trans fats is a primary cause of disease and premature deaths in the United States ... ....
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3 critiques of alternative proteins, explained

GreenBiz 26 May 2022
This article originally appeared as part of our Food Weekly newsletter ... Critique 1 ... Beef’s carbon intensity is 75 times higher ... I generally agree with Pollan’s recommendations and understand that eating too many highly processed foods laden with sugar, salt and trans fats is a primary cause of disease and premature deaths in the United States ... ....
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Type 2 Diabetes: Symptoms, causes and types of this condition

Pinkvilla 25 May 2022
And getting used to having this disease will take time and effort ... This results in an excess of sugar in your blood. It causes high blood sugar levels, which can lead to serious health problems such as heart disease, stroke, or death ... These cells don't take in enough sugar because they don't interact with insulin normally.
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From the archives: How a medical ‘outsider’ discovered insulin

Popular Science 25 May 2022
The disease kills the pancreas’s insulin-producing islet cells, or Islands of Langerhans ... In fact, it is not a ‘cure’ at all, since it does not destroy the causes of the disease.” ... Among the symptoms of the disease are voracious appetite and abnormal presence of sugar in the blood and certain bodily excretions.

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