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Diabetes

How a Gluten-Free Diet Can Be Harmful

Michael Greger M.D., February 23rd, 2016
Until only a few years ago, almost the whole of the scientific world maintained that the wheat protein gluten would provoke negative effects only in people with rare conditions such as celiac disease or wheat allergies.

Johnson & Johnson’s new diabetes drug linked to coma and death

A Philadelphia man is suing Johnson & Johnson, claiming the pharmaceutical giant’s diabetes drug, Invokana, damaged his kidneys. Invokana is made by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary.

Soda And Processed Fruit Juices Linked To ‘Deep’ Fat And Consequential Diabetes

health freedom alliance, January 21, 2016
People who drink sugary beverages, such as soda or fruit juice, daily tend to gain a type of body fat associated with diabetes and heart disease, a new study finds.

National Parks' Bottled Water Sales Ban Is Bad Policy, Damages Public Health

Dr. Harold Goldstein, 12/21/2015
With just one small policy change, the National Park Service has undermined my most basic understanding of the role of our country's treasured parks.

Researchers Suggest Cannabis Can Reduce Obesity and Risk of Diabetes

Carey Wedler, December 10, 2015
Though cannabis use is often associated with unmitigated sloth and gluttony, a new study suggests the opposite: cannabis use may be associated with a decrease in obesity.

Skyrocketing Chronic Disease Rates Threaten Lifespan Gains: Report

Charlotte Libov, December 10, 2015
The life expectancy of Americans, which has been growing for decades, has slowed as skyrocketing rates of obesity, diabetes, and other preventable conditions are taking an increasing toll on the nation’s overall health and longevity.

Read more: Soaring Chronic Disease Rates Threaten Lifespan Gains: Report

Hunger is Not the Enemy of Diabetes

David Mendosa, December 04, 2014
Hunger can be a big problem when we try to lose weight. But, some weight loss strategies cause less hunger than others, and we can actually use whatever hunger we have to work for us when we decide to eat less. - See more at: