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Some Common Patient Benefits From House Call Doctors Services

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While some people may see the idea of doctors rendering home services a thing of the past; with critical thinking and re-evaluation, one would agree that it is a good idea and can even be modernized in order for it to be more effective. The reason why the house call doctor idea makes a whole [...]

Ensuring that Your Children Get an Affordable College Education

Presentation on Advising Resources for Medical Students, Medical University Astana

In today’s job market, a college education is more important than ever. Unfortunately, tuition rates are higher than they’ve ever been. With many colleges raising tuition fees exponentially at the beginning of each new school year, parents of young children have no idea how they’re going to pay for their kids’ higher education. In light [...]

Eating Less Meat and Dairy can Slash Diabetes Risk by Half

Scientist are claiming that cutting down on meat and dairy products in favour for a diet filled with fruit and vegetables can dramatically reduce the risk of diabetes. They found that in animal products like meat, cheese and egg yolks they can trigger stomach acids that are linked to the disease. Fruits including Lemons and [...]

Diabetes Prevents Tom Hanks From Ever Doing Weight Gain Roles

Tom Hanks ruled out taking on weight gain roles as his type 2 diabetes prevents him from doing so. Although he has often taken on roles where he has had to change his weight such as Castaway and A League Of Their Own but he says that those types of roles are for young men. [...]

People with diabetes living considerably longer

The risk for diabetics to die prematurely decreases sharply. A new international study shows that mortality has halved in just over a decade. Researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy in Gothenburg led the project, based on data from more than ten million people in Canada and the UK. The results for people living with diabetes are [...]

Man Aged 89 is Recognised as the Longest Survivor with Type 1 Diabetes

Spencer Wallace, 89 was awarded with a medal from the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston for living over 80 with type one diabetes and may be the longest survivor with type 1 diabetes. Mr. Wallace had been diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 7 and has been injecting himself with insulin ever since to [...]

Drugs taken to protect the heart can increase the risk of diabetes

According to researcher in Canada some drugs that are taken to protect the heart can actually increase the risk of developing type-2 diabete The study of 1.5 million people found that by taking powerful statins can increase the risk by 22% compared to weaker drugs. But experts say that all the benefits of taking statins [...]

Air Pollution may Increase the Risk of Insulin Resistance

A new study from Diabetologia children that are exposed to air traffic pollution could increase the risk of insulin resistance which can lead to diabetes when they become adults. Research on almost 400 10 year old’s found that by living close to a major road increased their resistance per 500m. the research also found that children who [...]

Millions Unaware That They may be at risk of Developing Diabetes

New research has shown that two-thirds of people living in Britain are unaware that by having a large waistline can increase your chances of developing diabetes. Diabetes UK say that people who have an average BMI but have a large waistline are more at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Women who are more than 31.5in and [...]

Drinking At Least one Soft Drink Daily can Increase Risk of Diabetes

A new study has found that by drinking at least one soft drink every day such as coke can increase the risk of diabetes by a fifth. Researchers say that consuming one can every day can increase the chances of developing diabetes by 22% compared to drinking a soft drink just once a month. Also [...]