Diabetes, Heart and Cardiovascular Diseases News Chronicle Diabetes, Cardiovascular and Heart Diseases. Article 39
Published on August 7, 2016 at 9:45 PM


Study Of Liraglutide Drug On Heart Failure

Researchers studied the effects of diabetes drug liraglutide on the individuals with advanced heart failure condition. Heart failure is a chronic condition where heart fails to pump enough blood through the body. Previous studies shows that one third of heart failure patients are suffering with diabetes. Researchers found that liraglutide could reduce blood sugar levels and reduce weight loss but the drug fails pumping action of the heart in the patients with advanced heart failure. Interestingly, liraglutide fails in showing results in non-diabetes individuals. The team was led by Dr Kenneth B Margulies, Director for Heart Failure and Transplantation and Dr Thomas Cappola, Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. The findings were published in the the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

       
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Benefits With Alcohol Free Blueberry Blackberry Wine

Research done by the researchers from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at University of Illinois shows that risk to type 2 diabetes (T2D) can be reduced by the consumption of blueberry-blackberry beverage, which is an alcohol free. American Association of Diabetes declared blueberries as "diabetes super foods". Elvira de Mejia, a food chemist at University of Illinois developed blueberry-blackberry beverage that contains 70% of fermented blackberries and 30% of fermented blueberries. Sugar was removed and alcohol was removed and replaced with water. Test results with mice shows reduction in the development of obesity and blood glucose levels in mice on a high fat diet. Elvira de Mejia says berry wine is not intended to replace medications for type 2 diabetics (T2D) but it is to reduce amount of medication needed under supervision and guidance of doctors.

       
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Benefits With Coffee Consumption

Soft drinks and processed fruit juices are toxic to the body and increases metabolic syndrome. Fresh fruits or drinks without sugar or additives are good for health. Clinical studies were conducted by Harvard School of Public Health on the effects of consumption of coffee to the development of type 2 diabetes (T2D). A cup of coffee contains 140 milligrams of caffeine and consuming up to 400 milligrams of caffeine (without adding sugar and creamer) is beneficial for the health of adults. Study findings indicate that

Mayo Clinic says coffee or caffeine is a chemical and an individual should avoid consumption of more than 5 cups of coffee per day. Side effects in some people with the consumption of coffee are

Other benefits with coffee consumption include

       
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Risks With Fine Dust

A study conducted by Prof Lee Young-gu at Soonchunhyang University Hospital, South Korea indicates that individuals exposed to fine dust are at risk with diabetic foot syndrome apart from respiratory diseases. Research team conducted studies by exposing wounded mice (with and without diabetes) to fine dust and found that pace of wound recovery is slow in diabetes mice. Researchers says exposure to fine dust delays damaged tissue recovery process. The study results were announced on Aug 3, 2016 and study findings were going to be published in the International Wound Journal.

       
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