Diabetes type 2: The simple home remedy that lowers blood sugar - 'soak in warm water'
DIABETES type 2 complications can be warded off by bringing high blood sugar levels under control. A simple dietary remedy can lower blood sugar but you should "soak in warm water" for optimal results, research suggests.
Conclusions: This study demonstrates that decreased level of adropin is associated with renal dysfunction in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Serum adropin concentrations may be used as a biomarker for early detection of diabetic nephropathy.Kidney Blood Press Res
ConclusionsSignificantly diminished platelet reactivity was observed on dapagliflozin as compared to without dapagliflozin. This dedicated pharmacodynamic study could be potentially informative and applicable for Trinidadian stable CAD patients with T2DM on DAPT. Further studies are required to confirm these exploratory findings.Clinical Trial RegistrationEDGE ClinicalTrials.gov number NCT04400760.
Conclusion: Identification of risk factors for colorectal cancer would help in setting of colorectal cancer screening guidelines as well as for creating awareness regarding prevention of colorectal cancer among the general population.
Conclusion: The proportion of individuals with poor medication adherence is low. Focus must be on determining factors influencing medication nonadherence.
Condition: Type 2 Diabetes Interventions: Device: Continuous Glucose Monitor; Other: Patient Reported Outcome Questionnaires Sponsor: Stanford University Not yet recruiting
Analog insulins continue to represent more than 80% of prescriptions for type 2 diabetes in the US, despite rising costs and public scrutiny of pricing. Use of pen devices for delivery rose, too.Medscape Medical News
Conclusions/interpretationIn people with type 2 diabetes mellitus at high cardiovascular risk, there was no evidence that cardiovascular and renal protection with canagliflozin differed across subgroups defined by baseline treatment intensity, duration of diabetes or HbA1c.Graphical abstract
Conclusions/interpretationThe isolated reduction in hypothalamic SST neurons was able to recapitulate several hallmark features of type 2 diabetes in disease-relevant tissues.Graphical abstract
AbstractImprovement of glucose levels into the normal range can occur in some people living with diabetes, either spontaneously or after medical interventions, and in some cases can persist after withdrawal of glucose-lowering pharmacotherapy. Such sustained improvement may now be occurring more often due to newer forms of treatment. However, terminology for describing this process and objective measures for defining it are not well established, and the long-term risks vs benefits of its attainment are not well understood. To update prior discussions of this issue, an international expert group was convened by the American...