Children in Pennsylvania Hospitalized For Throat Burns after Consuming Tainted Apple Juice in Chinese Restaurant
A Pennsylvanian father, Richard Zaragoza Sr., is lamenting the hospitalization of his 10-year-old boy and his half-sister who suffered severe throat burns after consuming tainted apple juice from a restaurant. The boy, Richard Zaragoza Jr., and 4-year-old half-sister Ginaya Mendoza had visited the Star Buffet and Grill in Lancaster County to celebrate Zaragoza’s 10th birthday. They ordered for apple juice and suffered severe throat burns the moment they tasted the juice.
Fasting Diet Miracle: 5-Day Calorie Restriction Lowers Risk For Major Diseases
Researchers are calling a healthy fasting diet a miracle due to its amazing capability of lowering major chronic diseases including cancer and diabetes. A specifically designed diet that mimics fasting could be the answer to all our health problems.
Fasting Diet May Cure Diabetes
A certain fasting diet has been found to effectively enhance insulin production, lower blood sugar, and possibly reverse symptoms of diabetes. US researchers are excited at the promising results of this type of diet but caution people not to try it without medical advice.
Butter Consumption May Double Diabetes Risk
New study says that we should slow down in our butter consumption in order to avoid developing diabetes. Findings say that two slices of butter toast is enough to double diabetes risk.
This Diabetes Drug Can Also Reduce Heart Problem
As diabetes becomes one of the leading illnesses in the world, is the cure to eradicate the condition finally discovered? What's the truth behind claims the diabetes drug that doesn't just have the ability to allegedly cut the sugar in the patient's body but also reduce the risks brought by heart problems? Find out what health professionals have to say
Sitting Not Linked To Diabetes, New Research Slams 'Sitting Is The New Smoking' Study
Sitting for long hours is believed to be linked to a lot of health issues including diabetes. But a new research debunked this, and said human health is not at all determined bu the number of hours spent sitting down.
Having A Date? 5 Embarrassing Body Odors You Should Never Ignore
You're not a kid. Maybe you're not exactly an adult yet, but you know that you notice certain body changes when you reach teenage years -- and you're so ready to mingle more. Don't let body odor stop you from socializing. Here's a checklist of common body odors and what is signals to your health.
Health Warning: Skipping Breakfast Increases Risk For Heart Diseases
Health researchers issued a health warning on the increased risk for heart disease if breakfast is regularly skipped. Late night snacking is also identified as a health warning as our bodies are not built to digest food late at night.
Mary Tyler Moore Dead: Actress Inspires Individuals On Her Battle With Diabetes
Mary Tyler Moore, the actress best known for her pioneering 1970s sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show. A ground-breaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Oh No! Psoriasis May Lead To Fracture Risk, New Study Says; But Why? Details Inside
Double jeopardy is real! Considering that psoriasis is indeed a disease that brings discomfort to its victims, how is it associated with fracture risk? What factor links these two? Is there something that a victim can do to stop the condition from getting worse? Here's what health professionals have to say.
Diabetes Reversed In Mice Through Interspecies Transplant
Rat and mouse hybrid gives hope for more effective diabetes treatment. The interspecies animal could also be the answer to the shortage of human organ donors.
Recent Studies Show Diet Soda Can Give You Diabetes?
Since the start of the creation of soda, there are a lot of studies and researches done all over the world to find answers to the question ‘how bad is soda for you.’
Diabetes Management Poorly Received By Hispanics With Limited English
A new research suggests that Hispanic-speaking patients get poor diabetes management due to their limited English. They often fail to follow medication prescriptions when they consult a primarily English speaking doctor.
Anticholesterol Drugs; Linked To Development Of Type 2 Diabetes
Statin drugs or drugs that lower cholesterol may have a significant relation to person’s risk in developing type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study in Finland.