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Diabetes and Men
June 23, 2014 (MedPage Today) -- Soy supplements won't send testosterone levels plummeting in men with type 2 diabetes who already have low levels of the hormone, researchers reported here.
Testosterone levels actually rose with supplementation with either a soy protein bar or a soy protein bar that also contained phytoestrogens, Thozhukat Sathyapalan, MBBS, MD, of Hull York Medical School in England, and colleagues reported at the joint meeting of the Endocrine Society and the International Congr
February 5, 2013 (Newswise) — A father's obesity is one factor that may influence his children's health and potentially raise their risk for diseases like cancer, according to new research from Duke Medicine.
The study, which appears Feb. 6 in the journal BMC Medicine, is the first in humans to show th
December 10, 2012 (Newswise) — When you're postmenopausal and overweight, losing weight is a good thing, but gaining back just a few pounds may actually be detrimental to your cardiovascular health.
New research from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center found that gaining weight back after intentional weight loss is associated with negative long-term effects on some card
December 10, 2012 (Newswise) — Joslin Diabetes Center scientists have demonstrated that brown adipose tissue (BAT) has beneficial effects on glucose tolerance, body weight and metabolism. The findings, which may lead to new treatments for diabetes, appear in the upcoming issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Unlike the more prevalent white adipose tissue (WAT
Intensive Weight-Loss Intervention Associated With Increased Likelihood of Partial Remission From Diabetes
December 18, 2012 (JAMA) — Among overweight adults, participation in an intensive lifestyle intervention (that included counseling sessions and targets to reduce caloric intake and increase physical activity) was associated with a greater likelihood of partial remission of type 2 diabetes, however the absolute remission rates were modest, according to a study i