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The link between hypoglycaemia, cardiac arrythmia, and dead in bed syndrome
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The link between hypoglycaemia, cardiac arrythmia, and dead in bed syndrome

  Arrhythmia incidents differ in nocturnal and diurnal hypoglycemic patients. In young adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D), severe hypoglycemia may increase the risk of all-cause mortality and cardiovascular diseases. According to Peter Novodvorsky, from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom, and his colleagues, there are differences in arrhythmic risk and cardiac repolarization … Continue reading

Lost to follow up diabetic patients do badly
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Lost to follow up diabetic patients do badly

    People with diabetes who had annual diabetes checks in the previous seven years had half the mortality rate of those who did not attend.  This study  in England and Wales for the National Diabetes Audit 2015-16 also revealed that type ones have a mortality rate 127.8% more than the general population and those … Continue reading

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Avocado Stuffed Salmon

Originally posted on NourishedPeach:
Hey you! How can it be that we’ve been this out of touch?! Are you getting into the swing of your fall routine? This summer seemed to fly by in the blink of an eye. I hope you have been enjoying this crazy, hectic time! All is so very well over…

Gretchen Reynolds: You are never too old to give up on exercise
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Gretchen Reynolds: You are never too old to give up on exercise

At the age of 105, the French amateur cyclist and world-record holder Robert Marchand is more aerobically fit than most 50-year-olds — and appears to be getting even fitter as he ages, according to a revelatory new study of his physiology. The study, which appeared in December in The Journal of Applied Physiology, may help … Continue reading