Canan Karatay liver cleansing: He gave great advice on fatty liver! Beware of obesity and diabetes!

The most important reason for the fat in the belly area that women complain about the most is liver fat! Fatty liver is a common disease that develops in the form of fat accumulation in the liver due to various reasons. The number of people suffering from liver disease has been increasing lately. So what … Read more

These foods feed your body with magnesium. They are ideal for diabetes and other conditions

It is one of the essential minerals for the proper functioning of the body magnesium. However, due to hectic life and poor diet, more than 70% of us suffer from this deficiency. This results in the appearance of muscle spasms, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and others. Here are the foods you can take from magnesium. Green … Read more

Beware of Diabetes If Children Often Wet the Bed

JAKARTA, READERS — Consultant Pediatrician Endocrinologist Ghaisani Fadiana reminded parents to be vigilant about their child having diabetes mellitus if they still wet the bed frequently even though they have finished toilet training. “Because the blood sugar in the blood is high, a lot of it will come out of the kidneys. The symptoms are … Read more

Sleep problems increase the risk of diabetes – Heilpraxis

Type 2 diabetes due to disturbed sleep? sleep problems such as insufficient sleep and irregular sleeping times are common. Most of those affected are probably not aware that the sleep disorders also various risk factors for Typ-2-Diabetes influence. In a new study involving experts from University of South Australia became the connection between Sleep and … Read more

more than 79 thousand cases of diabetes were registered in the last year – NiT

Silent epidemic: more than 79,000 cases of diabetes were recorded in the last year In the National Health Service, 879,853 are registered with that disease. Actual values, however, may be higher. Most of the deaths were of people aged 80 or over. The Directorate-General for Health (DGS) presented this Wednesday, November 30, the report on … Read more

79,000 new cases of Diabetes registered on the SNS in the last year

In the last year, 79,241 new cases of Diabetes were registered, with 879,853 people diagnosed with the disease being enrolled in health centres. The most recent data from the National Diabetes Program (PND) of the Directorate-General for Health (DGS), for the period from October 2021 to September 2022, were presented today in the session “National … Read more

Covid-19 triggered and aggravated cases of diabetes

Contaminated patients developed the disease due to metabolic changes caused by the virus itself or as a result of treatment; those who already had the diagnosis, worsened the condition during social isolation São Paulo, November 2022 – For years, diabetes has been a global public health problem, but the pandemic may have made this situation … Read more

The importance of managing shaking ‘neutral fat’… No cardiovascular benefits?

▲ Image source: Getty Image Bank. [메디칼업저버 박선혜 기자] The position of triglyceride, which received attention following LDL-cholesterol, as a major target for lipid management for the prevention of cardiovascular events is shaking. As a result of the PROMINENT study of pemafibrate, a fibrate-type drug, the triglyceride improvement effect of pemafibrate did not lead to … Read more

What is behind a drug against diabetes that celebrities use to lose weight

Ozempic, a drug used to treat diabetesis attracting the attention of celebrities, a tech mogul and TikTok influencers have reported taking it to lose weight in a short period of time. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first approved this injectable medication to treat diabetes in 2017; the agency approved a drug with a higher … Read more

Atrial fibrillation: Laboratory tests help

news by Ilse Romahn (29.11.2022) According to estimates by the German Heart Foundation, between 1.5 and 2 million people in Germany suffer from atrial fibrillation, the most common persistent cardiac arrhythmia. It can lead to strokes. Pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism and chronic kidney failure increase the risk of developing atrial fibrillation. For the … Read more