Friday, November 04, 2005

Diabetes - diabetes and hypoglycemia information to explore

Older Adults Must Be Especially Alert for the Onset of Diabetes
RedNova - Oct 12 7:48 PM
By Cecelia Sanders Diabetes is a growing problem, and often an unseen medical condition. Type 2 diabetes is the one that most affects people over the age of 30.Save to My Web

Death may be linked to pills
Peoria Journal Star - Oct 21 1:13 AM
PEORIA - An 89-year-old resident of the Hawthorne Inn died in August after she may have been given the wrong medication, a Peoria County coroner's jury heard Thursday.Save to My Web

Chronically Ill Must Get Fast Facts
Arab News - Oct 21 4:17 PM
JEDDAH, 22 October 2005 For healthy persons, fasting during the holy month of Ramadan can be very beneficial, but for people with chronic health problems or with medication regimens, physicians say fasting should be carefully monitored or it can turn deadly.Save to My Web

Ranbaxy Receives Final Approval To Market Glimepiride Tablets
[Press Release] PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance - Oct 07 6:58 AM
Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc. , a wholly owned subsidiary of Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited , announced today that RLL has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to manufacture and market Glimepiride Tablets, 1 mg, 2 mg, 3 mg, 4 mg, 6 mg and 8 mg.Save to My Web

Curing the Root Cause of Alcoholism
[Press Release] PR Web - Nov 04 12:21 AM
Alcoholism: The Cause & The Cure is the most advanced orthomolecular method known for detoxing and healing addictive biochemistry. [PRWEB Nov 4, 2005]Save to My Web

Very low blood sugar affects memory in children
Reuters - Oct 19 9:37 AM
As lead investigator Dr. Tamara Hershey told Reuters Health, "this study tests and supports a common hypothesis that severe hypoglycemia experienced early in life is riskier for cognitive function than severe hypoglycemia experienced later in life. We focused only on a spatial memory task which has previously been shown to be sensitive to repeated hypoglycemia."Save to My Web


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