Archive for the ‘Endocrine’ Category

Night shift work may raise Type 2 Diabetes Risk in women

Posted by: admin on: January 9, 2012

Working rotating night shifts may do more than leave you tired; it may also increase your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, new research finds. -Team@CMHF

Frequent doctor visits benefit diabetics

Posted by: admin on: October 26, 2011

Diabetes being a silent killer requires frequent checkups to control and prevent complications. A recent study favors that frequent doctor’s visit helps in reaching goal of sugar control. Team@CMHF

Dementia is the most important cognitive complication of diabetes. A study was carried out to know whether strict control of diabetes can prevent cognitive decline in cognitive decline in diabetics.  At present the results do not support specific treatment prevent cognitive decline in diabetes. Team@CMHF

Should the FDA have rejected Contrave?

Posted by: admin on: October 13, 2011

by Daniel J. Carlat, MD Recently, the FDA has rejected another anti-obesity drug, Contrave, because of concerns that it might cause heart attacks in patients who take it for years. FDA’s excessive caution was motivated by its experience having been burned by the Fen-Phen fiasco. This was a weight loss drug widely prescribed in the […]

Despite new guidelines and updated tools, diagnosing and treating patients with osteoporosis remains a challenge, a speaker said here. Nelson B. Watts, MD, professor of medicine at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, said today “there are new guidelines on calcium and vitamin D, new recommendations for testing for postmenopausal osteoporosis and new concerns […]

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