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Insulinoma

Insulinoma is the beta cells tumor of the pancreas characterized by the signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia due to increased secretion of insulin. What is the pathophysiology of Insulinoma? Insulinoma is derived mainly from pancreatic islet cells , th...
by emedicinezone on Apr 2, 2016

Google Life Sciences Targeting Diabetes–Part II

Last month, Zintro experts responded to the September announcement by Google Life Sciences that it’s researching new therapies to improve diabetes care in collaboration with French multinational pharmaceutical company Sanofi.... Read ...
by Zintro Blog on Oct 13, 2015

Four Common Myths and Facts About Insulin

Many people associate insulin with a difficult, painful, or potentially scary medical treatment, where scary needles has to be used daily in multiple times. In case of type 1 diabetes, insulin is the only treatment. However, if you have type 2 diabet...
by Health Blog on Apr 7, 2015

Physiological Contributors to Depression– Part One

The field of psychology is still developing, as noted by the psychologist Martin Seligman of the University of Pennsylvania. He makes this point to emphasize that psychology has been focused on repairing damage whereas it could also include building...
by Recovery Advocates on Dec 12, 2014

How to manage seizures?

Epilepsy is a cerebrum issue that causes individuals to have repeating seizures. The seizures happen when bunches of nerve cells, or neurons, in the mind convey the wrong flag. Individuals may have peculiar sensations and feelings or carry on peculia...

How to manage seizures?

Epilepsy is a cerebrum issue that causes individuals to have repeating seizures. The seizures happen when bunches of nerve cells, or neurons, in the mind convey the wrong flag. Individuals may have peculiar sensations and feelings or carry on peculia...

What is long-term neurological disorders characterized?

Epilepsy is a focal sensory system issue (neurological issue) in which the nerve cell action in your mind is irritated, creating a seizure amid which you encounter unusual conduct, side effects and sensations, including loss of awareness. Seizure man...

What is long-term neurological disorders characterized?

Epilepsy is a focal sensory system issue (neurological issue) in which the nerve cell action in your mind is irritated, creating a seizure amid which you encounter unusual conduct, side effects and sensations, including loss of awareness. Seizure man...

Hypoglycemia and How to Prevent Hypoglycemia

Hypoglycemia means low blood glucose level. Different individuals may experience signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia at different blood glucose levels (i.e. some individuals may experience symptoms at 70 mg/dl and some may experience at 65 mg/dl). Hyp...
by Health Blog on Aug 27, 2014

More Medical Evidence Indicates That Statin Drugs Like Lipitor Can Cause New-Onset Type 2 Diabetes

Benefit / Risk Assessment Of Statins Like Lipitor May Depend On Whether It Is A Medically Necessary Drug Therapy For The Particular Patient (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) There is an ongoing debate in the medical community about whether...
by Drug Injury Watch on Aug 1, 2014

When Blood Sugar Is Too Low

When Blood Sugar Is Too LowNo matter what we're doing — even when we're sleeping — our brains depend on glucose to function. Glucose is a sugar that comes from the foods we eat, and it's also formed and stored inside the body. It's the main sourc...
by Signs of Low Blood Sugar on Jun 26, 2014

What can cause hypoglycaemic episodes in non-diabetic patients?

What can cause hypoglycaemic episodes in non-diabetic patients?Too much insulin in the blood:    reactive hypoglycaemia (see below)    a tumour – very often benign – in the insulin-producing pancreas. This is a very...
by Signs of Low Blood Sugar on Jun 26, 2014

Higher Doses Of Statin Drugs Such As Lipitor Associated With Higher Risk Of New-Onset Diabetes Mellitus (DM), Or Type-2 Diabetes

Recent Canadian Study Published In BMJ Medical Journal Suggests The Increased Risk Of Diabetes Seems To Be Highest In The First Four Months Of Statin Use (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) According to the Parke-Davis, Division of Pfizer, Pr...
by Drug Injury Watch on Jun 18, 2014

Weight Loss Methods Learned From French and Italians: Blood Sugar Balance

BrightonYourHealth - Serving You Health Tips | one.bite.at.a.time. Your blood sugar may be unbalanced and this is slowing your weight loss. Here are the symptoms of a roller-coaster blood sugar and what to do about it.Weight Loss Methods Learned...
by brightonyourhealth on Mar 18, 2014

Pfizer's Lipitor Statin Drug For Treatment Of High Cholesterol Linked To An Increased Risk Of Type-2 Diabetes In Some Older And Post-Menopausal Women

February 2012 FDA Drug Safety Warning About Lipitor Label Change Concerning New-Onset Diabetes Mellitus (DM) Has Gone Largely Unnoticed To Date (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) Statins are a class of prescription drugs used together with d...
by Drug Injury Watch on Jan 2, 2014

Why John Lay Unconscious on the Treadmill

I was at the gym the other day and a medical emergency happened to a man I'll call John. He was lying face down on the treadmill, unconscious. Immediately, I rolled him over on his back and checked to see if he was breathing. Yes, he was! I de...
by My Fitness Hut Blog on Oct 18, 2013

Why John Lay Unconscious on the Treadmill

I was at the gym the other day and a medical emergency happened to a man I'll call John. He was lying face down on the treadmill, unconscious. Immediately, I rolled him over on his back and checked to see if he was breathing. Yes, he was! I de...
by My Fitness Hut Blog on Oct 18, 2013

Why John Lay Unconscious on the Treadmill

I was at the gym the other day and a medical emergency happened to a man I'll call John. He was lying face down on the treadmill, unconscious. Immediately, I rolled him over on his back and checked to see if he was breathing. Yes, he was! I deci...
by My Fitness Hut Blog on Sep 21, 2013

Hypoglycemia Happens at All HbA1c Levels

Diabetes patients at all levels of glycemic control reported experiencing severe hypoglycemia, researchers found. Incidence of severe hypoglycemia was common in 10.8% of diabetic patients surveyed, with rates of hypoglycemia ranging from 9.3% to 13.8...
by Health Tips And Tricks on Aug 2, 2013

I can't count sheep

I've had sleeping problem for years. The only time in my life when I was able to fall asleep at the drop of a dime was when I was pregnant. When your pregnant, you get the most amazing sleep ever (until you're too big to get comfortable and the baby...
by Love Is All You Want on Jul 6, 2013


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