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arrow Thyroid problems and hormone changes
21-12-2011
In the condition called hyperthyroidism or thyrotoxicosis, your body produces way too much thyroid hormones. MY MOTHER has a goitre at her throat. It’s huge and oval in shape. Since she had it, she has lost weight despite having a very good appetite.
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arrow Sakit bagai dicucuk jarum
14-12-2011
SEJAK disahkan menghidap kencing manis (diabetes) lebih tujuh tahun lalu, Halim (bukan nama sebenar) berusaha untuk menjalani gaya hidup sihat dengan mengamalkan pemakanan seimbang dan bersenam.
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arrow Move to better area tied to less diabetes
14-12-2011
(Reuters Health) - They say "You are what you eat." Maybe it should also be, "You are where you live." A new study has found that the affluence of your neighborhood is linked to your risk of obesity and diabetes.
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arrow Kidney stones tied to higher diabetes risk
6-12-2011
(Reuters Health) - People who've suffered bouts of kidney stones may have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes later on, new research suggests. A number of studies have observed that people with diabetes are more likely to form kidney stones than diabetes-free people are. But it
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arrow Eyeing diabetes
23-11-2011
This week, our new column on eye health and food looks at diabetes and eye health. Dr Fong: I’m feeling depressed. Post-raya holiday blues and overwork is part of it, but the main reason is because one of my young adult diabetic patients has gone blind in one of his eyes.
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arrow Can a muffin help doctors diagnose diabetes?
23-11-2011
(Reuters Health) - Giving a "muffin test" to people at risk for diabetes might help doctors diagnose the disease and its warning signs, according to a new study. Tests for diabetes and its precursor, impaired glucose tolerance, check how well the body uses glucose, a type of sugar.
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