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Why eating sweets may cause diabetes ?

To many of us, sugar and sweets are delicious and irresistible. That is one of the main problems. You see, because it is so addictive, we find it hard to limit the amount we consume and often find ourselves eating and drinking too much. As you probably know, too much sugar has been heavily linked with the rising number of cases of Type-2 Diabetes being reported all over the world. We sadly live in a world where convenience and cost seem to be favored over people’s health and well-being, which is why Type-2 Diabetes is now considered an epidemic by health officials worldwide. While research into the correlation between high sugar intakes and diabetes is still ongoing, we still have...

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Alzheimer’s: A Brain-Specific Diabetes Termed as Type-3 by Researchers

 Alzheimer’s: A Brain-Specific Diabetes Termed as Type-3 by Researchers  Alzheimer’s disease brings a horrific catastrophe upon the patients and their families. It turns out to be a bumpy experience for the families who witness their loved ones forgetting their self-identity and all the beautiful relationships that had once tied them to so much affection and memories.   Alzheimer’s disease is a type of growing dementia that affects more than 5 million people in America and has turned out to be the 6th leading cause of death. These rates are projected to gain a steep rise over the next few years.   Some researchers are concerned about the fact that acquiring Alzheimer's disease has close links with type 2 diabetes which is triggered...

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How Early Insulin Injection Could Halt Diabetes Progression

  Insulin injection was considered to be the last treatment option, used only after oral medications for diabetes have lost their effectiveness. However, recent studies have shown that insulin injection in the early stages of diabetes may be a better solution. Insulin secretion and Type-2 Diabetes Type-2 diabetes is by far the most common form of this disease. In fact, around 90% of all cases of diabetes are type-2. That’s why we’re going to focus on this form of the disease today. Though diabetes cases vary from person to person, it all boils down to the fact that the cases are all brought on by the fact that the pancreas is unable to secrete adequate amounts of insulin, or if...

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