Headlines Tagged with Diabetes — 271 headlines found
Sep 18, 2015 BBC Online
added Sep 19, 2015 19:09
Jasper, an 18-month-old King Charles Spaniel, kicks back every evening and pretends to puff away on a pipe with owner Padraic Sirr. But they have now been forced to give up the vice – after Padraic was diagnosed with diabetes.
Apr 10, 2015 Metro Café (uk)
added Apr 10, 2015 16:23
Postmenopausal women who gained weight after they stopped smoking lost some of smoking cessation's protection against heart disease, particularly if they were diabetic. Note that weight gain attenuated, but did not negate, the cardiac benefits o
Jul 2, 2013 MedPage Today
added Jul 4, 2013 23:58
Smoking, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia are significantly associated with the risk for clinically significant peripheral artery disease (PAD) in men, with each additional factor doubling the risk, conclude US and Dutch researchers
Nov 5, 2012 MedWire News (uk)
added Nov 7, 2012 12:05
New research confirms that smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels can all raise men's risk for poor circulation in the legs, otherwise known as peripheral artery disease (PAD).
Oct 23, 2012 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Oct 23, 2012 18:06
Smoking-induced insulin resistance, which improves with smoking cessation, may be due to activation of mammalian target of rapamycin, according to a study published online Sept. 10 in Diabetes.
Sep 17, 2012 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Sep 17, 2012 17:21
In the study, published in Clinical Science, researchers exposed mice to similar levels of smoke found in smokers' homes. After six months, the mice showed cell damage in their liver and brains. They also had increased cortisol levels, a weakened immune
Sep 19, 2017 Newsweek
added Nov 15, 2017 23:57
While smoking is linked to an increased risk of developing diabetes, this risk appears to drop over the long term once cigarette use stops, a review of evidence suggests. Researchers analyzed data on almost 5.9 million people in 88 previous studies exami
Oct 7, 2015 Reuters
added Oct 8, 2015 11:01
[UK] Unhealthy lifestyles ‘cut lifespan by 23 years’... but you'd have to suffer diabetes, a stroke AND a heart attack before you're 40
It is estimated that the majority of these diseases are preventable by maintaining a healthy weight, taking regular exercise, eating healthily and not drinking or smoking too much.
Jul 8, 2015 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jul 8, 2015 16:03
also found that arsenic appeared to amplify the damaging effects of smoking: Death rates accelerated sharply among smokers exposed to arsenic. Other studies suggest that arsenic may also contribute to the development of diabetes, which is another factor i
Oct 30, 2014 New York Times Blogs
added Oct 30, 2014 18:09