Altered thyroid hormone levels increase gestational diabetes risk

According to a study, published in theJournal of Clinical Endocrinology& Metabolism, higher levels of triiodothyronine are associated with increased risk of gestational diabetes.Medscape
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TYPE 2 diabetes can be controlled by eating the right kind of diet and limiting certain foods which increase blood sugar levels. Try this trick with pasta dishes to prevent blood sugar from increasing.
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AstraZeneca said on Monday its diabetes drug Farxiga met a key goal in a major clinical study designed to show the heart-protecting benefits of the medicine.
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This study compares the results between HIFU and radioiodine treatments for toxic thyroid nodules. How do they measure up?Clinical Endocrinology
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This study aimed to identify the risk factors associated with complications and/or graft failure in kidney transplant patients with sepsis. A total of 14,658 kidney transplant patients with sepsis, identified in the National Inpatient Sample (NIS) database (data from 2005-2014), were included in the study and classified into three groups: patients without complications or graft failure/dialysis (Group 1), patients with complications only (Group 2), and patients with complications and graft failure/dialysis (Group 3). Multinomial logistic regression analyses were conducted to evaluate factors associated with kidney transpla...
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(Natural News) Being exposed to arsenic over a prolonged period of time can increase the likelihood of diabetes, according to a paper published in the American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. Researchers from the University of Chicago, University of Albany, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine and the University of Illinois at Chicago used...
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We present a rapid and label-free method for hematologic screening for diseases and syndromes, utilizing quantitative phase imaging (QPI) and machine learning. We aim to establish an efficient blood examination framework that does not suffer from the drawbacks of conventional blood assays, which are incapable of profiling single cells or require labeling procedures. Our method involves the synergistic employment of QPI and machine learning. The high-dimensional refractive index information arising from the QPI-based profiling of single red blood cells is processed to screen for diseases and syndromes using machine learning...
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ConclusionsThe established genetic/mass spectra relatedness between the three post-surgery isolates suggests that these cases may be considered a healthcare-associated mucormycosis outbreak.
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In this study, a cheaper, rapid-prototyping, high-sensitivity angle-scanning surface plasmon resonance (SPR) was developed by fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printing technology for HbA1c detection. The sensor chip is based on an aptamer that has high affinity and high specificity to HbA1c. The results showed that this HbA1c-specific aptamer had high specificity for HbA1c, and the calculated KD was 6.13 × 10-8 M. The linear detection response of HbA1c appeared in the range of 18 to 147 nM, with a detection limit of 1 nM. This SPR HbA1c detection system could be a promising platform for ...
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Publication date: October 2018Source: American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Volume 55, Issue 4Author(s):
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Publication date: October 2018Source: Pathology - Research and Practice, Volume 214, Issue 10Author(s): Haiyan Yang, Chun Wang, Meizi Guo, Yihua Zhou, Zhenhua Feng, Zhenyu Yin
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