Diabetes, Heart and Cardiovascular Diseases News Chronicle. Diabetes, Cardiovascular and Heart Diseases. Article 109
Published on January 9, 2017 at 05:30 PM


 



Daily Aspirin Medication Save Lives

Heart disease is the no 1 cause of death in male and female individuals in the United States. A study done among older Americans by the researchers from University of Southern California (USC) Los Angeles shows daily consumption of low-dose aspirin can reduce the risk of heart disease, prevent cancer and help an individual to live longer. Other medical benefits of aspirin are

  • Aspirin works as a painkiller
  • Having anticoagulant properties. Anticoagulant property foods can reduce heart risk by preventing blood clotting

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends daily medication of low-dose aspirin for the primary prevention heart attack in older Americans meeting criteria guidelines including the risk of cardiovascular disease. Co-author of the study is Dr. Etienne Gaudette, Ph.D, University of Southern California (USC) and the study findings were published in the journal PLOS One.



       
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Health Benefits With Ginger

Ginger is an aromatic, delicious and healthiest spices supplying nutrients and bioactive compounds for the benefit of the body system. This spice was being used in traditional Indian and Chinese medicine. Health benefits with the consumption of ginger are

  • Helps in digestion
  • Helps in reducing morning sickness and nausea
  • Reduces muscle pain and osteoarthritis (degeneration of joint pains)
  • Helps in fighting flu and common cold
  • Prevents cancer
  • Reduces blood sugar levels
  • Lowers LDL cholesterol and triglycerides
  • Helps in treating chronic indigestion problems
  • Increases calorie expenditure
  • Reduces heart disease risks
  • Improves brain function
  • Reduces menstrual pain
  • Helps in fighting infections
  • Protects from Alzheimer's disease
  • Reduces pains associated with periods in women
  • Reduces appetite
  • Reduces gastrointestinal symptoms
  • Increase testosterone
  • Anti-Inflammatory properties
  • Boosts immunity


       
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Possible Cure For Type 2 Diabetes

A new way of treatment to type 2 diabetes in humans was under development by the researchers from South Australia. The glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) hormone is secreted (or discharged) in the gut area of humans and animals. GLP-1 hormone stimulates the release of insulin to lower blood sugar levels. Researchers say the problem is GLP-1 hormone degrades within minutes. In type 2 diabetes (T2D) patients, this short discharge of insulin triggered by GLP-1 hormone is not sufficient to control blood sugar levels and T2D patient needs insulin medication of type long acting.

Platypus and echidna are native animals of Australia and researchers discovered that platypus and echidna evolved over the years and changed the functioning of the GLP-1 hormone. In above native Australian animals, the GLP-1 hormone was found in the venom (to defend from other male sex) as well as in the gut area. This dual functioning of GLP-1 made striking changes in controlling blood sugar levels in platypus and echidna as they secreted long-lasting insulin. The current research findings gave other options to treat type 2 diabetes. But how to implement these findings is the subject of future study.

This study was done by researchers from the University of Adelaide, South Australia and Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia. Lead researcher of the study is Prof Frank Grutzner and the study findings were published in the journal Scientific Reports.



       
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Risks With Diabetes Hypertension And Obesity

By reducing risks associated with hypertension (high blood pressure BP), diabetes and obesity in an individual aged between 45 and 55 years, one can reduce the risk for heart attack by 73 to 86 percent compared with an individual having all the three diseases. When researchers compared individuals with and without all the three risk factors, researchers found that

  • A male individual aged 45 years may live 11 years longer without heart failure
  • A female individual aged 45 years may live 15 years longer without heart failure

Similar trends were seen even in 55 years age group. Researchers analyzed data from four studies. Sex and race were factored in the results in coming into above conclusions. The study findings were published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Heart Failure.



       
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