- Texts Boost Breast Cancer Screening Numbers
- Promoting Effective Communication About Breast Cancer Overdiagnosis
- Patient Leaflets Don’t Affect Interest in Mammogram Screening
- Genetic Anomalies Linked to Breast Cancer in African American Families
- FDA Approves New Drug for Patients with Advanced Breast Cancer
- Women with Atypical Hyperplasia Have a Higher Risk of Breast Cancer
- Mastectomy Patients Most Satisfied with Breast Reconstruction Using Their Own Tissues
- Follow Up for Breast Cancer Patients
- Helping Breast Cancer Patients Adhere to Hormone Therapy
- Opportunities Identified that Reduce Breast Cancer Screening Patient Burden
All posts tagged "blood glucose"
Strict Post-Heart Surgery Blood Sugar Control May Not Be Necessary
According to a study in the October 2014 issue of The Annals of Thoracic Surgery, patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery may not have to follow a strict blood sugar management strategy after surgery. Previous...
- Posted October 7, 2014
Vitamin B6 Information
What is Vitamin B6? Foods that provide vitamin B6 The Recommended Dietary Allowance for vitamin B6 for adults Vitamin B6 deficiency Issues and controversies about vitamin B6 The relationship between vitamin B6, homocysteine, and heart disease The...
- Posted July 20, 2010
Low Skeletal Muscle Mass Associated With Insulin Resistance
Dieting to be thin is on its own not enough to stave off diabetes. It is also important to be fit and, in particular, to have good muscle mass and strength. Sarcopenia – low skeletal muscle mass...
- Posted May 28, 2010
Gene Variants Identified That Increase Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
An international research consortium has found 13 new genetic variants that influence blood glucose regulation, insulin resistance, and the function of insulin-secreting beta cells in populations of European descent.
- Posted January 18, 2010