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Maytag Blue Cheese Recall - Wedges

Nationwide Recall on Blue Cheese Expanded

The nationwide recall on Maytag Blue blue cheese products, which may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, has been expanded.Maytag Dairy Farms is expanding its...
Blood Pressure Treatment Risk for Diabetic Patients

Blood Pressure Treatment May Harm Diabetic Patients

A new study has produced some alarming results about an increased risk of dying for people with diabetes based on the blood pressure treatment...
Organic Traditions Recall

Nationwide Recall of Flax Seed Products Due to Possible Health Risk

Nationwide recall of certain flax seed products due to the possibility of being contaminated with Salmonella. Products were sold under the Organic Traditions brand...
Macadamia Nut Recall - Target

Recall of Macadamia Nuts Due to Possible Health Risk

Both retail and bulk packages of macadamia nuts produced by Marathon Ventures are being recalled due to Salmonella risk.Marathon Ventures, Inc. announced today that...
Could a bacteria-killing protein lead to a new treatment for diabetes?

Bacteria-Killing Protein May Lead to New Diabetes Treatment

Why would a bacteria-killing protein be present in an area of the body that is not normally exposed to bacteria, like the pancreas? A...
Mindfullness and Diabetes Health

Does Everyday Mindfulness Lead to Healthy Glucose Levels?

Does everyday mindfulness lead to better health? A new study from Brown University looked into the connection between higher mindfulness and healthier glucose levels....
Journal: Breastfeeding Medicine

Diabetes During Pregnancy Increases Risk of Low Milk Supply

First study to examine maternal diabetes as a risk factor for low milk supply finds an association between glucose intolerance and lactation.A new study...
Pistachio Recall

Pistachios Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

Pistachios are being recalled due to the possible risk of Salmonella, which can be especially dangerous for people with diabetes. The pistachios were distributed...
Mini-Organs Produce Insulin - Diabetes

Lab-Grown Mini-Organ Producing Insulin After Transplant

After decades of trying to replace insulin-producing cells, researchers have grown mini-organs that produce, and replenish, insulin after being transplanted.Researchers have spent decades trying...
Per-Olof Berggren, Ph.D., is a Professor of Experimental Endocrinology at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden

Popular Type 2 Diabetes Drug Exhausts Cells, Raises Sugar Levels

A new study has shown that prolonged use of a popular type 2 diabetes drug may actually lead to increased sugar levels over time...
CU Researchers Identify Trigger for Type 1 Diabetes

Scientists Find a Trigger for Type 1 Diabetes

University of Colorado School of Medicine scientists made a big discovery -- identifying a factor that may trigger type 1 diabetes.A team of researchers,...
Drs. Rudolf Lucas and Maritza Romero

Unhealthy Fat Levels in Type 1 Diabetes May Be Treatable

A drug being studied to block cancer growth has been shown to restore healthier levels of fat, or lipids, in people with type 1...
Metformin Helps Diabetics with Heart Attacks

Diabetes Drug Helps Body Rebuild After Heart Attack

New light has been shed on how a common diabetes drug can be used to aid recovery from a heart attack, an important step...
Pistachio Recall

Recall: Pistachios from Braga Farms

Braga Organic Farms is recalling pistachios that were sold in both retail and online stores due to potential contamination with Salmonella.Braga Organic Farms announces...
Sleep Timing, Diet, Weight, BMI and Metabolism

Sleep Timing Affects Metabolic Health and BMI in Women

A new study suggests that frequent shifts in sleep timing may be related to adverse metabolic health among non-shift working, midlife women.Results show that...
Recall of Garden of Living Meal Replacements Raw Meal

Recall: Meal Replacements by Garden of Life

Recall of various Garden of Life Meal Replacement products, sold online and in retail stores, due to possible risk of Salmonella, which can cause...

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