Diabetes, Heart and Cardiovascular Diseases News Chronicle. Diabetes, Cardiovascular and Heart Diseases. Article 174
Published on April 29, 2017 at 05:30 AM GMT


 



Heart Attack Risk To Firefighters

Risk of heart attack with thick blood formation in high temperatures jobs such as firefighting.

A study done by researchers from the University of Edinburgh shows an increase in risk to the heart attack with jobs involving high temperatures such as firefighting. Researchers conducted studies among 19 healthy and non-smoking individuals from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. The participants were subjected to extremely high temperatures and monitored them with heart monitors. The researchers observed following health conditions in the participants after exposing them to extremely high temperatures.

  • High temperatures in their core bodies even after 3 to 4 hours
  • Thick blood formation. Thick blood causes 66 percent higher risk to the formation of potentially harmful blood clots
  • Blood vessels didn't relax with medications
  • Heart muscles suffered minor injuries

Researchers think a loss of fluid and body response to inflammation caused thickening of the blood and caused blood clotting. Researchers say the risk to the heart attack with extremely high temperatures will be reduced if the people stay well hydrated. This study was funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF). Lead author of the study was Prof Nick Mills, a research fellow at the University of Edinburgh and the study findings were published in the Circulation.



       
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New Drug To Stop LMPTP & Restore Insulin Sensitivity

Researchers from the University Of California have developed a new drug in the form of a pill which can reverse type 2 diabetes (T2D) condition by inhibition of low molecular weight protein tyrosine phosphatase (LMPTP) enzyme. The new drug restores insulin sensitivity of the cells of the diabetes patient. They conducted successful studies and reversed type ii diabetes (T2D) condition in obese mice models having high blood sugar levels by daily administering the newly developed drug.

The researchers say the presence of LMPTP activity reduces insulin sensitivity of the cell to insulin. As insulin weakens, the human body can't maintain increased blood sugar levels in the body and causes the development of type 2 diabetes. The newly developed drug reduces LMPTP enzyme activity and restores cell's functionality and insulin sensitivity. The mice models under the trials did not show any adverse side effects. The researchers say more studies are required with the drug to prove the safety of the drug to conduct human trials. Researchers are very optimistic that their new drug will become a new therapeutic strategy for the reversal of type 2 diabetes condition. Lead author of the study was Stephanie M Stanford and the study findings were published in the journal Nature.



       
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Risk Reduction To Cancer And Cardiovascular Diseases With Cycling

Risk reduction to premature death, cancer and cardiovascular diseases CVD with cycling.

A study done by researchers from the University of Glasgow shows risk reduction to the development of cardiovascular disease, premature death from any cause and cancer if the commuters swap their bus or car pass for a cycle. Walking benefits to individual's health but not to the extent with cycling. Researchers concluded their findings after conducting studies with 264,337 participants over a period of five years.

Risk reduction with cycling
Cancer
disease
Cardiovascular
diseases
Premature
death
45% 46% 41%

Risk reduction with walking
Cancer
disease
Cardiovascular
diseases
Lower risk
of dying
No link 27% 36%

The study findings were published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ).



       
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