Study: Obamacare Improving Management of Diabetes and Other Conditions

Doctor examines patient

Study shows major positive benefits from improved diagnosis and treatment of chronic diseases, like diabetes, resulting from the expansion of health insurance coverage due to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).

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Statins Raise Aggression in Women, Lower it in Men


Can statins be causing aggressive behavior in women – and does age make a difference in the level of aggression? See what a new study reveals about behavior in women and men using statins, which are a highly prescribed cholesterol drug.

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Short-Term Memory Loss Due to Statin Drugs Not Likely

Statins and Memory Loss

Researchers have examined the link between statins, which are cholesterol-lowering drugs, and memory impairment. Findings suggests that statin users need not worry about an affect on their memory.

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Are Statins Causing Diabetes? Disturbing Link Found.

Statin Diabetes Link

Patients that were prescribed statins were 87% more likely to develop diabetes, even though they were free of heart disease, diabetes, and other severe chronic disease prior to using statins.

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Popular Cholesterol Drug Activates the Same Receptors as Medical Marijuana

Tricor compared to Marijuana

New research in The FASEB Journal suggests that fenofibrate activates cannabinoid receptors and may become a viable treatment option for relieving pain, stimulating appetite, reducing nausea and preventing depression.

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Statin Guidelines Missing Middle-Age Patients, Over Targeting Seniors

Statins, Cholesterol, Heart Disease

The new guidelines for cholesterol-lowering statins in people with heart disease risk excludes middle-aged adults who could benefit most, and leads to over-prescribing seniors and older adults, according to a new study. [Read more…]

Onion Extract Lowers High Blood Glucose and Cholesterol Levels When Combined with Metformin

Onion extract, diabetes and cholesterol

According to a new study, the extract of onion bulb strongly lowered high blood glucose and total cholesterol levels when given with the antidiabetic drug metformin.
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People Who Inherit Cholesterol Disorder Have Lower Rate of Diabetes


Rates of type 2 diabetes in people with familial hypercholesterolemia (a genetic disorder characterized by high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels) was lower than their unaffected relatives.
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Pesticide Exposure in Womb Linked to Slow Metabolism, Obesity and Diabetes

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Common Heart Drug’s Link to Diabetes Found by Researchers

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