Recent News Headlines : Insulin Resistance

HOW DRINKING GREEN TEA AFFECTS AN AMERICAN DIET


Drinking green tea can reduce the negative health effects of a Western diet, from weight gain to poor brain function... READ MORE

12th August, 2017 12

RULE THAT PATIENTS MUST FINISH ANTIBIOTICS COURSE IS WRONG, STUDY SAYS


But Martin Llewelyn, a professor in infectious diseases at Brighton and Sussex medical school, and colleagues claim that this is not the case... READ MORE

27th July, 2017 27790

IN SOUTH SUDAN, A CHILD SOLDIER THOUGHT LONG DEAD IS REUNITED WITH HIS MOTHER


It was December 2015, a year after Nyayan Koang's boy was abducted by government soldiers at the age of just 14 to fight in the South Sudan Army... READ MORE

23rd July, 2017 1

ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT GONORRHEA IS MAKING THE STD IMPOSSIBLE TO TREAT WORLDWIDE


Another antibiotic, azithromycin, is experiencing increased resistance, with 81 percent of countries reporting treatment issues... READ MORE

8th July, 2017 45

ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT GONORRHEA IS ON THE RISE


Antibiotic resistance is causing gonorrhea to become harder and sometimes impossible to treat, according to the World Health Organization WHO ... READ MORE

7th July, 2017 3680

UNTREATABLE GONORRHOEA 'SUPERBUG' IS SPREADING WORLDWIDE, WHO EXPERTS WARN


Manica Balasegaram, director of the Global Antibiotic Research and Development Partnership, said the situation was grim and there was a pressing need for new medicines... READ MORE

7th July, 2017 1859

UNTREATABLE GONORRHOEA 'SUPERBUG' SPREADING AROUND WORLD, WHO WARNS


World Health Organization tells of 'very serious situation' after confirming three known cases where all antibiotics were ineffective... READ MORE

7th July, 2017 16988

UGANDA MAY BE BEST PLACE IN THE WORLD TO BE A REFUGEE. BUT THAT COULD CHANGE WITHOUT MORE MONEY.


A South Sudanese woman smiles as she carries a heavy sack of maize at Uganda's Bidi Bidi refugee camp on June 7, 2017... READ MORE

21st June, 2017 639

NEW ANTIBIOTIC POTENTIALLY BIG IN FIGHTING DRUG-RESISTANT BACTERIA


PUM killed 20 species of bacteria in experiments, proving especially effective against streptococci and staphylococci, several of which are resistant to multiple antibiotics... READ MORE

16th June, 2017 0

ANTI-DIABETES DRUG ALSO 'LESSENS KIDNEY, HEART DISEASE' RISK


Coronary heart disease is the biggest killer by far for people with type 2 diabetes... READ MORE

13th June, 2017 0

ANTI-DIABETES DRUG ALSO 'LESSENS KIDNEY, HEART DISEASE' RISK


Coronary heart disease is the biggest killer by far for people with type 2 diabetes... READ MORE

13th June, 2017 0

ANTI-INDIA PROTESTS HIT KASHMIR AFTER TOP REBEL IS KILLED


India has accused Pakistan of arming and training the rebels, which Pakistan denies... READ MORE

27th May, 2017 4

Trending News Headlines : Insulin Resistance

HOW ANTIBIOTIC-TAINTED SEAFOOD FROM CHINA ENDS UP ON YOUR TABLE


Almost two-thirds of the shrimp that went through the packing facility ended up with American Fisheries, she says... READ MORE

16th December, 2016 16340

DIABETES CASES SOAR BY 60% IN PAST DECADE


The number of people living with diabetes has soared by nearly 60 percent in the past decade, Diabetes UK warns... READ MORE

16th August, 2015 5801

TAX CHANGES COULD COST UK PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS 30% OF SALARY


Tax changes could cost UK public sector workers 30 percent of salary... READ MORE

27th February, 2017 5704

WHO NAMES 12 BACTERIA THAT POSE THE GREATEST THREAT TO HUMAN HEALTH


The World Health Organisation WHO has published a list of the 12 bacteria which pose the greatest threat to human health because they are resistant to antibiotics... READ MORE

27th February, 2017 5570

USE OF STRONGEST ANTIBIOTICS RISES TO RECORD LEVELS ON EUROPEAN FARMS


Use of some of the strongest antibiotics available to treat life-threatening infections has risen to record levels on European farms, new data shows... READ MORE

17th October, 2016 5510

ANTIBACTERIAL SOAP WITH TRICLOSAN 'NO BETTER AT KILLING GERMS' STUDY


Antibacterial hand soaps containing triclosan - a chemical flagged as potentially dangerous - are not much better at killing germs than regular soap, researchers have said... READ MORE

16th September, 2015 3712

TYPE 1 DIABETES BREAKTHROUGH USING STEM CELL RESEARCH RAISES HOPE FOR CURE


The group at Harvard Stem Cell institute have generated glucose-sensing, insulin-secreting beta cells... READ MORE

10th October, 2014 3684

IRAQI FORCES ATTACK MOSUL A BELEAGUERED STRONGHOLD FOR ISIS


Nearly all of the Mosul residents contacted spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of Islamic State retaliation... READ MORE

17th October, 2016 3461

CALL TO PUNISH GPS OVER ANTIBIOTICS


The guidelines say doctors should tell patients when antibiotics are inappropriate and refuse to write prescriptions... READ MORE

18th August, 2015 2973

COULD ANTS BE THE SOLUTION TO ANTIBIOTIC CRISIS


They have found that some species - including leaf-cutter ants from the Amazon - use bacteria to defend their nests against invading fungi and microbes... READ MORE

25th September, 2016 2537

U.S. TROOPS HAVE TURNED TO SOME UNSAVORY PARTNERS TO HELP FIND WARLORD JOSEPH KONY


Military camps are located in the Central African Republic, which is still embroiled in the sectarian civil war sparked by the Seleka rebels... READ MORE

29th September, 2015 1988

JOSEPH KONY IS STILL AT LARGE. HERE'S WHY THE U.S. AND UGANDA WERE WILLING TO GIVE UP THE HUNT.


The Ugandan military faced allegations that soldiers committed rape and sexual violence against women and girls in the Central African Republic... READ MORE

23rd April, 2017 1982

EXPERTS RAISE ALARM OVER DECLINING EFFECT OF LAST-LINE ANTIBIOTICS


The report shows that antibiotic resistance continued to increase between 2012 and 2015 across the EU for most of the bacteria and drugs that are being monitored... READ MORE

18th November, 2016 1933

ALMOST UNTREATABLE CPE POSES SERIOUS THREAT TO PATIENTS DOCTORS WARN


In Manchester and London, dealing with CPE has cost NHS trusts almost ?10m... READ MORE

21st April, 2017 1920

A FATAL POLICE SHOOTING IN CALIFORNIA SPARKS OUTRAGE IN UGANDA


Jenny Starrs The Washington Post KAMPALA, Uganda - It's been 25 years since Alfred Olango fled militia violence in Uganda to seek refuge in the United States... READ MORE

1st October, 2016 1884

CALL TO SNOOP ON ANTIBIOTIC SCRIPTS


The suggested rules say doctors should spend more time explaining why antibiotics are unsuitable for many patients... READ MORE

18th February, 2015 1802

BILL GATES: WORLD FACES DECADE AT RISK FROM ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT BUGS


People across the world, particularly those in developing countries, face a decade at risk from pandemics spread by antibiotic-resistant bugs, the billionaire Bill Gates has warned... READ MORE

30th December, 2016 1768

JUST TWO SUGARY DRINKS A DAY GREATLY INCREASES DIABETES RISK, STUDY SHOWS


Lead scientist Dr Josefin Edwall Lofvenborg said In this study we were surprised by the increased risk in developing autoimmune diabetes by drinking soft drinks... READ MORE

21st October, 2016 1686

CHILDREN 'SAVE MOTHER' WHO FALLS ILL


They told her that her daughter Libby had phoned her granddad, tried to give her a sugary drink and held her hand... READ MORE

9th February, 2015 1589

US REPORTS FIRST CASE OF BACTERIA RESISTANT TO ANTIBIOTIC OF LAST RESORT


The woman had gone to a military clinic in Pennsylvania in April and was treated for a urinary tract infection... READ MORE

27th May, 2016 1509

'PETITIONS PRODUCE SIGNATURES'


The myth-busting site, Snopes, has documented how online petitions can be rife with bad or misleading information... READ MORE

10th June, 2016 1338

PUTIN VOWS TO PREVENT 'COLOR REVOLUTIONS' FOR RUSSIA AND ITS EURASIAN ALLIES


Senior Russian officials have repeatedly named color revolutions as the primary threat to international security and balance of power... READ MORE

12th April, 2017 1197

THE DIRTIEST THINGS IN YOUR HOME IN DATA


The eight household items were then ranked based on how many of them were found to be clean... READ MORE

27th January, 2017 1188

ANTIBIOTICS LEAVE CHILDREN 'MORE LIKELY TO CONTRACT DRUG-RESISTANT INFECTIONS'


Public health official warns children's risk of drug-resistant infections 12 times higher in months following course of antibiotics... READ MORE

1st December, 2016 1107

HARVARD STUDENTS LAUNCH COURSE IN HOW TO RESIST TRUMP


Students at the University of Harvard have created a four-week course to teach activists how to resist Donald Trump... READ MORE

4th April, 2017 1043

THE NUN WHO BRINGS HOPE TO ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST DANGEROUS PLACES FOR WOMEN


But amid the hazards Sister Angelique Namaika is helping to transform the lives of young women subjected to abduction rape and sexual slavery... READ MORE

24th August, 2015 1032

THE NINE MOST WARMONGERING COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD REVEALED


Overall, Japan is ranked as the eighth-most peaceful country in the world, second only to New Zealand in the Asia-Pacific region... READ MORE

30th August, 2015 993

IN A REBEL CAMP MARX AND FREE LOVE REIGN


Samy has no plans to go home if the FARC disarms. The FARC once ruled the Colombian countryside with the profits of the illicit cocaine trade... READ MORE

19th March, 2016 964

MULTIPLE COFFEES A DAY KEEP THE DOCTOR AWAY


In fatty liver disease patients, which affects almost 40 per cent of Australians, damage was down 24 per cent... READ MORE

18th November, 2015 900

WOMAN FOUND TO HARBOR INFECTION RESISTANT TO ANTIBIOTIC OF LAST RESORT


President Obama last year announced a National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria to address the problem... READ MORE

27th May, 2016 659


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