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Avatar f tn One third of children with VACTERL are born to diabetic mothers (I am not diabetic), and no one knows why. I suspect it is because of the association between diabetes, obesity, and elevated estrogen. I know one other woman who also did soy isoflavones and whose son had similar birth defects. We were both on doses that are a little higher than what someone would typically take. We could just be the anecdotes-coincidences. There are no genetic causes of the syndrome in my child's case.
545538 tn?1295995617 The study did find significant risks linked to obesity, including a higher risk of death from heart disease, diabetes and kidney disease, and several cancers that have been linked with obesity, such as breast, colon and pancreatic cancer.
Avatar n tn I was prescribed Topamax along with an appetite suppressant (Adipex) for weight loss a bit over a year ago and stopped taking them after two and a half months. I did not lose all of the weight I had wanted to, but most of it. I had gained 55 pounds while on Paxil over the course of two and a half years. By taking a combination of the two medicines, I lost 22 pounds the first month, 10 pounds the second month, and 8 pounds the first half of the third month.
Avatar f tn Muscle cramps or twitches Insomnia Irritability Sensitivity to loud noises Anxiety Autism ADD Palpitations Angina Constipation Anal spasms Headaches Migraines Fibromyalgia Chronic fatigue Asthma Kidney stones Diabetes Obesity Osteoporosis High blood pressure PMS Menstrual cramps Irritable bladder Irritable bowel syndrome Reflux Trouble swallowing Magnesium deficiency has even has been linked to inflammation in the body and higher CRP levels.
Avatar dr m tn Instead, they are treated for the signs and symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea, such as weight gain, depression, hypothyroidism, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. It doesn’t matter if you’re a celebrity—many women are susceptible to sleep-breathing problems, especially if you’re peri or post-menopausal.
568322 tn?1370169040 //www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22023039 TLR and insulin resistance http://www.hindawi.com/journals/grp/2010/212563/ Toll-like receptor 4 mediates inflammatory signaling by bacterial lipopolysaccharide in human hepatic stellate cells http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12717385 TLR7 ligands induce higher IFN-alpha production in females http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.
Avatar n tn Just a thought, Phizer, Merick, Glaxo and so on make much much more selling drugs to lots of overweight people who have diabetes, allergies, gout, heart problems, liver and skin diseases and, oh, the list just goes on and on. It is in the best interest of the drug manufacturers to keep people sick and overweight. What happens when half the nation stops taking both over-the-counter drugs and prescription drugs because they are finally healthy? The economy will plunge!
Avatar f tn In particular avoid High Fructose Corn Syrup. HFCS is linked to obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Make sure your vitamin B12 and magnesium are optimal. I craved sugar to an insane degree with both deficiency states. I also craved sugar due to hypothyroidism (another cause of weight gain however i have a poor appetite with this condition). The craving for sugar was my body's way of saying i need more energy!
387767 tn?1345875627 The one thing that seems to apply to the vast majority of people, is lifestyle, rather than specific foods. I won't get into the research here, but the results in examining different factors not ordinarily considered in medicine, are striking. Diet is just one of these diverse factors. Go to the wikipedia article on the book, then buy yourself a copy for $5 on amazon.com: "The China Study" by T.
Avatar m tn increasing exercise and changing diet, said Dr. Stephanie Abrams, a liver and obesity specialist at Texas Children's Hospital. "The problem is that we aren't changing society in favor of becoming lean." The scope of the disease has only been realized in recent years. Just a handful of cases were reported in medical journals in the 1980s, and in the past, many adult patients were thought to be lying when they denied drinking alcohol.
Avatar f tn • Aging • Heart disease • Lupus • Arthritis • Alzheimer’s/dementia • Chronic fatigue syndrome • Diabetes • Cancer • Depression • Menopause • Obesity • Insomnia This is quite a list, and I don’t think that DHEA is the answer to all of these problems all of the time. But it is an important aspect of general good health to maintain optimal levels. Instead of checking cholesterol levels, doctors should be checking DHEA levels on a routine basis, especially in patients over 50.
931217 tn?1283484935 INDEED IF WE HAVE LEARNED NOTHING OVER THE LAST 2000 YEARS OF CIVILIZATION, IT IS THAT COOKING MEAT TO 164º F INTERNALLY, KILLS PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS AND SAVES LIVES. THE EVIDENCE FOR THE OPPOSITE APPROACH IS LACKING AND THE SOCIAL MOVEMENT ADVOCATING UNCOOKED ANIMAL DERIVED FOODS HAS FAILED TO ANSWER. THE QUESTIONS ARE: ARE HUMAN LIVES WORTH POLITICALLY "CORRECT" LIFESTYLE CHOICES? SHOULD GOVERNMENT PROTECT PEOPLE FROM THEMSELVES? FROM OTHERS WHO MIGHT MAKE UNWISE CHOICES FOR THEM?
Avatar f tn Most are not in imminent danger, Ludwig said. But some have obesity-related conditions such as Type 2 diabetes, breathing difficulties and liver problems that could kill them by age 30. It is these kids for whom state intervention, including education, parent training, and temporary protective custody in the most extreme cases, should be considered, Ludwig said.
1296191 tn?1280703473 Despite the emphasis in cardiovascular disease prevention over the years, the worldwide epidemic of HF continues to expand because of the aging population and rising incidence and prevalence of HF risk factors such as diabetes, obesity, and cardiomyopathy (Boyle,2009; Hunt et al.,2005). Best wishes and don't hesitate to write if you have further concerns and questions.
242516 tn?1368227505 org/health_chats/register/34 ] ] ] ] The pandemic H1N1 flu (aka “swine flu”) began in April, and circulated in daycares, schools and camps over the summer but dropped off until very recently increasing to widespread levels again in many states. Virtually all the flu around now is the pandemic H1N1 virus. The H1N1 virus also predominated in the recent winter months of the Southern Hemisphere, which typically spreads north as we have our winter.
Avatar f tn A real professional works with real people and publishes in medical journals. That is how people are helped and other M.D.s help people. He is full of himself!
233488 tn?1310696703 Running marathons for decades is an excessive amount of exercise, predisposing to an increased coronary artery plaque buildup despite favorably altering many risk factors such as weight, blood pressure and risk of diabetes. A more moderate dose of exercise is a better strategy for promoting long-term cardiovascular health and durability. An example of a sensible and time efficient ‘exercise prescription’ is shown in figure 1.
Avatar n tn i am researching all this because i am worried about taking this hormone however the proof is in the pudding and i have to say that i thought my sister was so overweight and suffering from diabetes and asthma and on blood pressure tablets that she was going to dies she was so unhealthy now she is on none.she looks great.....
544292 tn?1268886268 Welcome Tramadol Warriors! Please come on in and make yourself snug and comfy. We're delighted to hear from you! Lots of good nourishing words here Friends!
Avatar m tn It's very much like our group, with some very smart people providing references to journals and studies and offering some excellent advice. Lest you think I'm being a bit nutty for using insulin as a preventative, I've met too many people who followed the rules and waited for an A1c of 7 or 8 before taking measures. Many, many of them had already suffered diabetic damage, including one guy I heard about who, just diagnosed, had to have a toe amputated. Don't want that. Best of luck.
Avatar f tn People in failing health with cirrhosis and diabetes and cancers towing the corporate line about how non-additive based foods are just a bunch of bull and how company's lying to us about the safety of their product is just a bunch of liberal conspiracy theory nutballs. You don't get any better customers than that god bless'em.
Avatar m tn In the face of chronic liver injury -- due to excess fat, chronic viral hepatitis or alcohol abuse, for example -- stellate cells become activated and launch an inflammatory and fibrotic cascade that eventually results in the build-up of collagen scar tissue in the liver.
Avatar f tn HCG is controversial, may be harmful, and is PROVEN no more effective than placebo. Do your own REAL research in REAL medical journals and you will find this has not changed in many years.
163305 tn?1333672171 I think I've stated in one of these threads that coffee is more times than not linked with diabetes, so really no disagreement if one has diabetes and if that's what a patient's plan calls for. However, not in every case as per the study referenced below with type II diabetes. But in any case, given the recent paper (and others similar) in AASLD, I think those of us with an increased risk of HCC (liver cancer) should pause before putting down that cup of Java.
976897 tn?1379171202 The nearest neighbours to the UK, they consume much more saturated fat, smoke more, exercise less and have as much obesity. They have the same average cholesterol level as the British and the same average blood pressure. So with all that fat, they should have higher rates of heart attacks right? wrong, they have around a quarter of the number of occurrences in the UK.
148588 tn?1465782409 While obesity is a risk factor for NAFLD, there is a very high prevalence in individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus and progression to advanced fibrosis and mortality increases in older patients. The recommendations address NAFLD in children and adults. All quotes are from this new guideline...you can get the pdf there too. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hep.
Avatar m tn Gosh ed34, I am disappointed in your response. I do believe you give good advice regarding the mechanical issues involving stents and bypass, but on the issue of dietary changes you seem to be out of touch. " I've already tried three different diets and nothing has worked. " You are only one individual. Not everything works for everyone.
Avatar f tn Hi All! Need some suggestions/advice. I am a 54 yr old woman who has been spotting/bleeding for the past 3 1/2 years. EVERY DAY! Only went away for 5 months 2 1/2 yrs ago, then on again. Just had an endometrial biopsy at the "clinic" (charity care), and they say I have this complex atypical endometrial hyperplasia. They are telling me I need a hysterectomy, but before I can get it I need a hysteroscopy first. Telling me it is pre-cancerous, but that 40-55% is usually cancerous.
725350 tn?1318684068 All of this has been proven, he told me, in many studies and medical journals and such. TO ME, I feel like because I can admit and accept that I have a 'chronic disease' is liberating, not condeming. Had it not been a disease that kept me out for so long, it would mean that my addiction was just "me doing what I want". But at some point I wanted to stop, but couldn't. So I know it had to be something deeper. So what do you think? Is it a disease that can be arrested?
Avatar m tn There is a biological component associated with diabetes and the cardiovascular system.... and my notes indicate there is evidence supported by lab experiments and general knowledge of fluid dynamics (or hemodynamics) that more than one occlusion in the same vessel prevents an adequate flow of blood from collaterals....may require interventional therapy.