This Is What Binge Watching TV Does to Your Health
In a study of people at higher risk of developing diabetes, researchers say that every hour spent sitting can increase the risk of developing the metabolic disorder by 3.4%. For a day-long binge, that could be as much as a 30% higher risk. “With ...
TIME - Wed, 01 Apr 2015 15:02

World Health Day: All you wanted to know about Diabetes
The Indian Express - Wed, 01 Apr 2015 05:00

BPA exposure during pregnancy linked to mothers' future diabetes risk
As of last year, nearly 100 epidemiological studies had been published that found an association between BPA and human health effects, including reproductive and metabolic disorders, according to the introductory guide to endocrine-disrupting chemicals ...
Medical Xpress - Wed, 01 Apr 2015 09:52

BPA Exposure During Pregnancy May Boost Diabetes, Weight Gain Later in Life
Monthly Prescribing Reference - Wed, 01 Apr 2015 10:48

Can Burning the Midnight Oil Lead to Diabetes?
He also said there is growing evidence that reduced muscle mass and function is associated with insulin resistance and adverse glucose metabolism, which could also account for the differences. "Less muscle mass in men may be a linking ... "These ...
MedPage Today - Wed, 01 Apr 2015 13:48

'New tech leading to precise treatment for diabetes'
NAGPUR: Though there is increase in incidences of metabolic diseases, the pace of technological advancements is helping doctors to develop newer methodologies for treatment. Diabetes management has also evolved with research focused on ...
Times of India - Wed, 01 Apr 2015 14:46

Warrant Exercises Generate $17.2 Million; Proceeds to Advance Next ...
Since 2012, Corcept has made Korlym available as a once-daily oral treatment of hyperglycemia secondary to endogenous Cushing's syndrome in adult patients with glucose intolerance or diabetes mellitus type 2 who have failed surgery or are not ...
Marketwired (press release) - Wed, 01 Apr 2015 13:03

CVD risk assessment still important in severely obese adolescents
Researchers report a dose–response relationship between body mass index (BMI) and cardiovascular risk even in severely obese adolescents, making its assessment important to limit further disease progression. ... “To our knowledge, our study is the ... - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 18:18

Opinion: Childhood obesity screening – pseudoscience or pragmatic precaution?
In 1968, the World Health Organisation established criteria for determining which diseases to screen for, in order that early detection and treatment would lead to better outcomes. Screening programmes have been very effective in reducing morbidity and ...
Irish Times - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 23:56

Sleep apnea during pregnancy is not good for mother or baby
Researchers at the University of Western Ontario in Canada observed that female rats that were regularly deprived of air during their pregnancy had pups that could not handle glucose as well, making their pups more at risk for metabolic disease as adults.
Medical Xpress - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 04:55

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