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Type 2 diabetes symptoms: Often jaw can be a sign you have the condition

Type 2 diabetes is a serious condition that can lead to serious health complications if left untreated. It causes a person's blood sugar (glucose) to become too high and without treatment, eye problems, kidney problems, nerve damage, heart attack and stroke can occur. Symptoms of type 2 diabetes are not always easy to detect, but an expert says it is …

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Teenage schizophrenia-like symptoms were caused by cat-scratch disease

A teenager is once again happy and healthy after an 18-month struggle to discover what was wrong with him. A report published in the Journal of Central Nervous System Disease on Monday's detailed boy's journey. Beginning in October 2015 and extending for six months, adolescents were admitted four times. Doctors tested him for a sudden onset of psychotic symptoms, including …

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Are the risks of drugs that reinforce imaging tests superfluous?

One of the most widely used drugs in the world is not a drug, at least not in the usual sense. It's more like a dye. Doctors call this drug "contrast", shorthand for contrast agents. Contrast agents are chemical compounds that doctors use to improve the quality of an imaging test. In the emergency room, where I work, the contrast …

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Dear Doc | I'm having trouble sleeping | Sight

Q Dear Doc, I have had trouble sleeping. It takes forever to fall asleep and then, when I do, it is only a short while. I am now miserable during the days and make mistakes and fall asleep at work. Is there anything I can do, or any medication I can take to help me fall asleep and fall asleep. …

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Spring already? Why time seems to fly when we age | Human world

<! – -> <img aria-describedby = "caption-attachment-136952" src = "http://en.es-static.us/upl/2012/05/sunset_boys_580-e1553192790745.jpg" alt = "When we get older , the time seems to go faster and faster, especially when compared to infinite days of childhood. Why do days – and years – shorter when we get older? The answer is a matter of physics, says Professor Adrian Bejan of Duke University. , …

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How to upgrade the morning alarm clock on your phone

Many of you probably stay up every day using an alarm on your smartphone. But do you use the phone's alarm to its full potential, or does it solve the default standard ringtone at a certain time and then leave it? These are tricks, apps and gadgets that can upgrade your awakening experience. The clock app on Android The clock …

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New Endocrine Society Guidelines Address Diabetes in Older Adults

NEW ORLEANS – New guidelines from the endocrine society address the numerous complex issues involved in managing the growing population of older adults with diabetes. The document, Treatment of Diabetes in Older Adults: An Endocrine Society Clinical Practice Guideline, was presented March 23 here at ENDO 2019: The Endocrine Society Annual Meeting and was published in the Journal of Clinical …

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The state health department releases more exposure places during outbreaks of measles

FLINT (WJRT) – (03/24/19) – If you are concerned that you or someone you know may have been exposed to measles, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Oakland County Health Division released the following information Saturday (03/23). Additional exposure sites have been identified in Oakland County's outbreak. If you were in the following places on the …

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Genetic research has a major problem, and we cannot continue to ignore it

Human genome research continues to have a great impact on people in European ancestry, researchers say – and this can have harmful consequences with regard to how the interpretation and follow-up of the research The statistics tell their own story: From 2018, individuals were which are included in genomic research projects (GWAS) 78 percent European, 10 percent Asian, 2 percent …

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