The Million-Person Challenge
Let's face it, we've all read and seen things on social media that would make etiquette expert Emily Post's head spin -- perhaps we've even been guilty of posting some egregious things ourselves, maybe when we've had a little too much caffeine or on a spontaneous whim that we realize was a mistake in hindsight. In today's world, it seems cool to overshare and bare it all. Sex, politics, religion -- everything that was once too taboo for public conversation is now open ground for all the world to see. Yet there remains a topic rarely shared without judgment, one that continues to face tremendous stigma: addiction. Admit it, when was the last time you had a favorable response to a post in which someone openly shared their turmoil with drug or alcohol addiction (not just the occasional late-night partying), or the plight of a loved one? Perhaps you have a connection who posts about it -- and receives their fair share of scoffing and criticism. Truth is, it's one subject that is still considered too embarrassing an admission to discuss openly, yet data indicates we all know someone who struggles with drinking or drugs. We're not talking (posting, sharing) about it and we're not getting the help we need. That leads me to wonder -- why not? In 2013, nearly 23 million Americans met diagnostic criteria for substance (drug or alcohol) abuse or dependence. And in that year, 2.5 million of them received treatment. That means that over 20 million Americans experienced enough symptoms...
Conclusion: Baseline hs-CRP predicts both of CHD events and microvascular complications of patients with T2D.Ann Nutr Metab 2018;72:287 –295
Authors: Dell'Osso L, Conversano C, Corsi M, Bertelloni CA, Cremone IM, Carpita B, Carbone MG, Gesi C, Carmassi C Abstract This case report draws attention to the potential relevance of undetected autism spectrum symptoms in a bipolar patient with high work functioning showing a peculiar addictive profile with impulsive and antisocial behaviors. A 23-year-old man with a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder (BD) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) was hospitalized at the Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Pisa for diuretics and β-2 adrenergic agonist abuse in a remission phase of benzodiazepines and substance abuse....
In the latest turn of what has been one of the more peculiar medtech/biotech stories to develop over the past couple years, PixarBio CEO Frank Reynolds and two of his associates were arrested Tuesday on charges of securities fraud. The arrest comes just shy of two months after PixarBio threatened to sue Reynolds' former company, InVivo Therapeutics, for libel and patent rights to the company's scaffold device. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts said Tuesday that Reynolds, Jay Herod, and Kenneth Stromsland were charged with engaging in a scheme to defraud PixarBio investors by making false and misl...
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A study, published inCell Reports, reveals how bariatric surgery can lead to increased GLP-1 levels, which may point to a new therapeutic target for type-2 diabetes treatment.News Medical
According to a study, published in theJournal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, type-2 diabetes in young girls can cause irregular periods, and may need additional intervention to prevent long-term fertility and menstrual problems. Daily Mail
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This study examined the influence of bariatric surgery on body weight and BMI, changes in serum glucose and markers of lipid metabolism. METHODS: This study evaluated outcomes in 74 patients with type 2 DM who underwent LGCP, LSG or RYGB. Patient selection followed guidelines of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity, i.e. BMI≥40 kg/m2 or BMI≥35 kg/m2 with associated comorbidities or BMI
CONCLUSION: The number of alcohol intoxications has risen during the observation period. The age at which these intoxications occurred is very low. Of serious concern is the fact, that 25% of alcohol intoxications originated in places where alcohol is sold, despite the fact that majority of the adolescents were under the legal drinking age limit of 18 years. PMID: 29684296 [PubMed - in process]
Conclusions: This article provides recommendations for researchers and federal funders to ensure respect for the contributions of TEK to research and to ensure equity and self-determination for Tribal nations who participate in research. https://doi.org/10.1289/EHP858 Received: 22 July 2016 Revised: 10 April 2017 Accepted: 27 April 2017 Published: 29 August 2017 Address correspondence to S. Finn, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Division of Extramural Research and Training, Population Health Branch, 530 Davis Drive, Durham, NC 27713 USA. Telephone: 919-541-4258. Email: email@example.com The auth...
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