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tudiabetes.org — “Two months ago I started having problems with bad pain in my quads making simple walking a challenge. Since I have been dx'd with RA I figured the pain was con…” View full resource at tudiabetes.org
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Diet for diabetes may be different than you thought—20 percent are “type 1.5” | San Francisco acupuncture and Chinese medicine | San Francisco nutrition | Anne Angelone, L.Ac.
expandingqi.com — “Although insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes get pinned on diet and lifestyle choices, in some cases these disorders could be associated with an” View full resource at expandingqi.com
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news-medical.net — “Researchers from Mount Sinai School of Medicine have discovered a novel function of brain insulin, indicating that impaired brain insulin action may be the cause of the unrestrained lipolysis that initiates and worsens type 2 diabetes in humans. The research is published this month in the journal Cell Metabolism.” View full resource at news-medical.net
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jdrftalk.org — “In a controversial talk, Psychologist Jessica Bernstein sparks debate about our current method of approaching diabetes care with the goal of controlling the condition. Dr. Bernstein, who has had type 1 diabetes since age one, will discuss two key questions:Is it possible to control diabetes? Is it healthy to approach diabetes care with the mindset of trying to control the condition?” View full resource at jdrftalk.org
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blogs.nature.com — “The road to a protective HIV vaccine has not been easy thus far. The failed STEP trial, halted in 2007, was just one major trip-up among several, and two years later the massive RV144 trial from Thailand spurred controversy about efficacy rates. Part of the problem is that researchers have long struggled over the best target for the HIV vaccine. Read more” View full resource at blogs.nature.com
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currentmedicine.tv — “July 28, 2011 The FDA's Director of new drugs, CDER, Dr. Janet Woodcock, discusses the two new drugs approved to treat, and now also cure, Hepatitis C:” View full resource at currentmedicine.tv
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medicalnewstoday.com — “In a paper published in the online issue of Science Translational Medicine, researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have identified two key regulatory prot” View full resource at medicalnewstoday.com
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articles.mercola.com — “The new FDA guidelines on over-the-counter products like dietary supplements and sunscreens are perfect examples of how the government keeps you sick.” View full resource at articles.mercola.com
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Food Allergy, Food Intolerance, and PMS & PMDD: What’s Good For Someone Else May Be Bad For You | PMS Comfort
pmscomfort.com — “Food allergy, or food intolerance or sensitivity, can go beyond gluten intolerance, dairy allergy or wheat allergy to cause and aggravate PMS and PMDD symptoms from PMS Comfort.” View full resource at pmscomfort.com
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well.blogs.nytimes.com — “Mouse leukemia retroviruses, a culprit named in two earlier studies, were not found in any of the blood samples taken from people with chronic fatigue syndrome. Read more...” View full resource at well.blogs.nytimes.com
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