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Insulin Resistance Diet for Diabetes – What to Eat & What to Avoid

If you lived with diabetes for a while, you’ve probably noticed that sometimes you may struggle with insulin resistance.  People with all types of...

15 Healthy Dinner Recipes for Diabetics (Low-Carb)

Diabetes-friendly recipes should be just as interesting and tasty as any other type of recipe! There is no reason why we should eat...

Is this NHS crisis really worse than ones before?

The headlines were terrifying. Hospitals facing intolerable pressures as patients left dying in corridors, the BBC reported. It got so bad that 68 leading A&E...

Covid: No need for a fourth jab yet, say UK advisers

A fourth Covid jab is not yet needed, say UK experts, because booster doses continue to provide high protection against severe disease from the...

Can Metformin Cause Diarrhea?

Metformin is a well-known, affordable, and widely used drug to help manage type 2 diabetes and achieve better blood glucose control.  Metformin is used...

Italy Covid: Bullet forces immunologist to get protection

One of Italy's premier immunology experts on coronavirus has been given police protection after she was sent a bullet inside a letter threatening her...

Dementia cases expected to almost triple across the world by 2050

By 2050, more than 153 million people could have dementia, up from 57 million in 2019, experts are warning. The predicted rise is largely down...

Covid: Deadly Omicron should not be called mild, warns WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned against describing the Omicron variant as mild, saying it is killing people across the world. According to recent...

‘Crisis actor’ conspiracy theory: How anti-vax activists targeted a Covid patient

A man was targeted with hundreds of abusive messages after being featured in a year-end BBC News report. The source? Anti-vaccine activists who falsely...

6 Diabetes Lab Tests Your Doctor Should Order Every Year

If you live with diabetes, you are probably familiar with getting poked and prodded for blood constantly.  But more than just testing one’s blood...

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