Inflammation, Advancing Age and Nutrition: Research and Clinical Interventions

The book provides a comprehensive overview to understanding the integrated impact of the concepts of cellular and molecular aspects, models, environmental factors, and lifestyle involved in premature aging. Additionally, it examines how functional food, dietary nutraceuticals or pharmacological compounds can reverse inflammation and premature aging based on personalized medicine. This book is a valuable resource for health professionals, scientists and researchers, nutritionists, health practitioners, students and for all those who wish to broaden their knowledge in the allied field.

  • Includes models of aging, including worm, mouse and human
  • Explores the relationship of inflammation with diseases, including ocular health, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, and muscle health
  • Encompasses a variety of lifestyle impacts, including diet, exercise and nutrition
  • Includes suggested nutritional interventions

 

$757 million: obesity-related illnesses are a major burden on Mississippi: doctors at new obesity and diabetes research center lead assault on states … An article from: Mississippi Business Journal

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Title: $757 million: obesity-related illnesses are a major burden on Mississippi: doctors at new obesity and diabetes research center lead assault on states no. 1 killer.(SPECIAL REPORT: MISSISSIPPI’S BATTLE OF THE BULGE)
Author: Clay Chandler
Publication: Mississippi Business Journal (Magazine/Journal)
Date: April 20, 2009
Publisher: Dolan Media Company
Volume: 31 Issue: 16 Page: B2(3)

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The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International Doggie Treat Cook Book

This doggie treat cook book is intended to raise funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International by including man’s best friend. Included are 13 delicious dog friendly recipies along with information regarding Type I and type II diabetes. With much respect for the 80% of funds raised by JDRF going directly to diabetes research, 80% of profit generated via book sales will go directly to JDRF. JDRF is the leader in research leading to a cure for type 1 diabetes in the world.  It sets the global agenda for diabetes research, and is the largest charitable funder and advocate of diabetes science worldwide. The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research.

 

Principles and Practice of Clinical Research, Third Edition

The third edition of this innovative work again provides a unique perspective on the clinical discovery process by providing input from experts within the NIH on the principles and practice of clinical research. Molecular medicine, genomics, and proteomics have opened vast opportunities for translation of basic science observations to the bedside through clinical research. As an introductory reference it gives clinical investigators in all fields an awareness of the tools required to ensure research protocols are well designed and comply with the rigorous regulatory requirements necessary to maximize the safety of research subjects. Complete with sections on the history of clinical research and ethics, copious figures and charts, and sample documents it serves as an excellent companion text for any course on clinical research and as a must-have reference for seasoned researchers.

  • Incorporates new chapters on Managing Conflicts of Interest in Human Subjects Research, Clinical Research from the Patient’s Perspective, The Clinical Researcher and the Media, Data Management in Clinical Research, Evaluation of a Protocol Budget, Clinical Research from the Industry Perspective, and Genetics in Clinical Research
  • Addresses the vast opportunities for translation of basic science observations to the bedside through clinical research
  • Delves into data management and addresses how to collect data and use it for discovery
  • Contains valuable, up-to-date information on how to obtain funding from the federal government

 

Energy Metabolism and Obesity: Research and Clinical Applications (Contemporary Endocrinology)

This unique and authoritative book presents an up-to-date overview of the many aspects of energy balance and its relationships to disease processes resulting from excess energy consumption and storage. It provides a comprehensive treatment of important research and clinical aspects of energy metabolism and obesity. It will be a valuable resource for endocrinologists, diabetes specialists, internists and family practitioners.

 

Diabetes and other endocrine disorders during pregnancy and in the newborn: Proceedings of a symposium held in New York City, April 1976 (Progress in clinical and biological research)

 

Marine Medicinal Foods: Implications and Applications, Macro and Microalgae: 64 (Advances in Food & Nutrition Research)

This volume on medicinal foods from the sea narrates the bioactive principles of various marine floral (vertebrate and Invertebrate), faunal (Macro and Micro algal) and microbial sources. Contributions from eminent scientists worldwide explain about the latest advance implications in the development and application of marine originated functional foods, as potential pharmaceuticals and medicines for the benefit of humankind by meeting the present nutraceutical demands.

*The latest important information for food scientists and nutritionists
*Peer-reviewed articles by a panel of respected scientists
*The go-to series since 1948

 

Hidden secrets for better vision: An in-depth glance into the latest breakthrough research and wisdom for the successful treatment of eye disorders and vision problems

An in-depth glance into the latest breakthrough research and wisdom for the successful treatment of eye disorders and vision problems

 

Advances in Pathogenesis of Diabetic Nephropathy (Nephrology Research and Clinical Developments)

The past three decades witnessed a plethora of scientific investigations into the pathogenesis of diabetic nephropathy, which attempt to seek the role of several potential cytokines, growth factors, second messengers, vasoactive factors, and candidate genes in leading to structural and functional demise of the kidneys in diabetes. Establishing more extensive knowledge of pathogenesis is crucial to expand the therapeutic options for diabetic nephropathy. While there are a few monographs dealing with the subject of diabetic nephropathy, this book is an exclusive treatise on the current knowledge about the pathogenesis of this condition. This book offers the most current data on the pathogenic factors incriminated in the nephropathy of diabetes.

 

Thorne Research – R-Lipoic Acid – 60ct

Numerous studies point to the neuroprotective effects of alpha-lipoic acid, due to its potent antioxidant effects in both fat- and water-soluble environments. Lipoic acid protects brain cells from the damaging effect of toxic chemicals and, in one study, only R-lipoic acid (but not S-lipoic acid or the racemic mixture) was neuroprotective.

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THE JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: A MODEL PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ACCELERATING RESEARCH TOWARD A CURE

The BiblioGov Project is an effort to expand awareness of the public documents and records of the U.S. Government via print publications. In broadening the public understanding of government and its work, an enlightened democracy can grow and prosper. Ranging from historic Congressional Bills to the most recent Budget of the United States Government, the BiblioGov Project spans a wealth of government information. These works are now made available through an environmentally friendly, print-on-demand basis, using only what is necessary to meet the required demands of an interested public. We invite you to learn of the records of the U.S. Government, heightening the knowledge and debate that can lead from such publications.

 

Animal Models in Diabetes Research (Methods in Molecular Biology)

In recent years, human studies have made enormous contributions towards an understanding of the genetic basis of diabetes mellitus; however, most of the experimentation needed for the invention and testing of novel therapeutic approaches cannot be performed in humans.  Thus, there is no alternative to appropriate animal models.  In Animal Models in Diabetes Research, expert researchers explore the current status of the most important models and procedures in order to provide a timely resource in experimental diabetology.  The first half of the volume serves as a comprehensive overview on our current knowledge of the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of diabetes in animal models through a series of reviews in model strains.  The book then continues with vital, established protocols that are employed in the characterization and study of animal models of diabetes.  As a volume in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology™ series, this work contains the type of detailed description and key implementation advice necessary to achieve successful results.   Authoritative and cutting-edge, Animal Models in Diabetes Research delivers essential content that will be an important resource to advance diabetes research in the years to come.

 

Diabetes: Your Complete Exercise Guide (Cooper Clinic and Research Institute Fitness Series)

If you have Type I or Type II diabetes, you can achieve real physical payoffs by making exercise a part of your routine. This book provides a safe and sensible exercise program that–used in conjunction with good nutrition and proper medication–will help you control your condition and improve your health and physical fitness.

In addition, you will find a clear explanation of the types of diabetes and their treatments, essentials on tailoring an effective exercise program to fit your capabilities, guidelines for safe exercise, four complete exercise programs, and a unique Health Points System to help you maintain motivation and gauge your progress.

This book also addresses the special needs of people with diabetes by providing information on preventing blood-sugar emergencies before, during, and after exercise; adjusting diet and insulin regimens to exercise; ensuring proper foot care; and more.

Diabetes: Your Complete Exercise Guide offers a safe and effective exercise program that will help you control your condition and will set you on a lifelong course of improved health and fitness.

This book is part of The Cooper Clinic and Research Institute Fitness Series–the first series to provide an exercise rehabilitation alternative for people with chronic medical conditions. Other topics in the series include arthritis, chronic fatigue, breathing disorders, and stroke. The author, Dr. Neil F. Gordon, is the director of exercise physiology at The Cooper Institute for Aerobics Research in Dallas, Texas and is widely regarded as a leading expert on exercise and health.

 

NIH releases long range plan to guide research in type 1 diabete; increased islet cell transplants a major goal.: An article from: Transplant News

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Title: NIH releases long range plan to guide research in type 1 diabete; increased islet cell transplants a major goal.
Author: Gale Reference Team
Publication: Transplant News (Newsletter)
Date: November 1, 2006
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Volume: 16 Issue: 19

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Animal Models of Diabetes, Second Edition: Frontiers in Research (Frontiers in Animal Diabetes R)

As the incidence of diabetes increases worldwide, the need for recommendations on how to prevent and treat the condition grows exponentially, and so does the need for an authoritative source for information on the appropriate models to study the condition. The new edition of Animal Models of Diabetes is that source. The book presents updated and expanded information regarding the use of models in experiments with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

The new edition compiles relevant time-saving information on well-recognized models, including various mice, rats, minipigs, and Rhesus monkeys, and provides extensive references for more in-depth study. It contains new and updated referenced reviews on animals with induced obesity as well as observations on retinopathy in spontaneous diabetes resembling human lesions. The book discusses nutritionally diabetes-prone animals and considerations of insulin resistance and obesity. The contributors also address the importance of recent findings on the pathogenesis of diabetes and its complications in relation to human disease.

Including contributions from prominent experts in the field, the book brings together scattered data and lucidly presents it. This promotes the understanding of the etiopathology of diabetes and offers a new grasp of the insulin action, its negative feedback leading to insulin resistance, and its detrimental outcomes. The book also includes new knowledge on specific complications of diabetes, offering an incentive to test advanced modalities to prevent and inhibit their occurrence.

 

Handbook of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: Etiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment (Metabolic Diseases – Laboratory and Clinical Research)

Type I diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune, inflammatory disease, incurable up to date. This book reviews and discusses the progress on environmental triggers and endogenous alarmins linking innate immunity to the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes. The potential anti-inflammatory treatments for T1D evaluated in several models of the disease are also examined. In addition, while many individual therapies provide partial protection against the development of autoimmune diabetes, recently developed multicomponent vaccine strategies hold promise for restoration of euglycemia and more durable maintenance of immunological homeostasis. This book discusses mechanisms underlying the onset and development of type I diabetes and assesses individual and multicomponent immunosuppression strategies. The T1D associated genes that have been replicated in different populations are also analysed, and whether they could lead to the genetic diagnosis. Other chapters in this book examine the role of physical activity, insulin therapy and dietary management in the treatment of type I diabetes. Aspects of type I diabetes management in children is also reviewed, including current treatment options available, insulin regiments and insulin delivery methods, and structures and mechanism of action of the new insulin analogues.

 

OVERCOMING BLADDER DISEASE: A Strategic Plan for Research

Diseases and conditions affecting the bladder and associated structures of the lower urinary tract are a leading cause of urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, and kidney failure, and they often contribute to poor quality of life. It has been estimated that 35 million Americans suffer from bladder disease and most have chronic conditions.Benjamin Franklin documented the poor quality of life for people with bladder problems in 1752. He invented the first flexible urethral catheter, made of silver and covered with gut, to help his brother empty his bladder. Franklin’s brother suffered from bladder outlet obstruction caused by bladder stones. Years later, Franklin, who suffered from the same problem, was forced to catheterize himself intermittently with his own invention. Although technology now provides better instrumentation, medical science has not solved many cases of urinary retention—or other problems related to the bladder—and intermittent catheterization much as Franklin described is still used. Bladder diseases and problems affect people of all ages, races, and ethnic groups. Strides have been taken to improve diagnosis, management, and treatment of bladder diseases, but many primary questions about bladder formation, function, and disease remain. The Bladder Research Progress Review Group (BRPRG) was formed by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease (NIDDK) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to examine the state of bladder research in the United States and to develop a plan for future research in this area. The members of the BRPRG are a multidisciplinary group of recognized experts in bladder research. Their task was a complex one because many diseases and conditions of the urinary tract such as incontinence, obstruction, interstitial cystitis, and spina bifida affect the bladder’s structure and function. Bladder diseases such as bladder cancer or urinary tract infections affect specific tissues such as bladder epithelium; thus, research on these tissues will contribute directly to overall progress in cancer and infectious diseases research and not to research on bladder alone. From early 2000 to July 2001, members of the BRPRG had discussions and intensive meetings to examine all areas of bladder-related problems categorized by diseases and by organ or tissue in an attempt to develop a strategic bladder research plan. This plan is provided in this document. Overwhelmingly, the BRPRG has concluded that bladder research in the United States is inadequate, fraught with a number of impediments, and lags behind research in other areas that affect the health of Americans to a similar degree. The extent of health problems associated with the bladder emphasizes the urgent need to expand rapidly bladder health-related research not only to diagnose, manage, and treat bladder diseases, but also to discover the risk and preventive factors that will ultimately improve overall health. Recent discoveries and technological advances in biomedical science have provided a unique opportunity to make rapid and important advances in bladder research that might improve diagnosis, management, and prevention of bladder problems. This report outlines future critical research on the basic science of the lower urinary tract and clinical studies of bladder diseases and conditions. It also makes specific recommendations for focused inclusion of biotechnologies that offer opportunities for bladder research. In addition, the report describes the kinds of programs that will provide a pipeline of new researchers through training, new collaborations, and infrastructure to support this work. The potential consequences of rapid progress in bladder research could save many children, women, and men from the physical and emotional consequences of bladder diseases and conditions.

 

Handbook of Psychology and Diabetes: A Guide to Psychological Measurement in Diabetes Research and Practice

This Handbook fulfils a pressing need within the area of psychological measurement in diabetes research and practice by providing access to material which has either been widely dispersed through the psychological and medical literature or has not previously been published.
Journal articles describing the psychometric development of scales have rarely included the scales themselves but this book includes copies of scales and a wealth of additional information from unpublished theses, reports and recent manuscripts.
You will find information about the reliability, validity, scoring, norms, and use of the measures in previous research presented in one volume.
The Handbook is designed to help researchers and clinicians:
· To select scales suitable for their purposes
· To administer and score the scales correctly
· To interpret the results appropriately.
Dr. Clare Bradley is Reader in Health Psychology and Director of the Diabetes Research Group at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Dr. Bradley and her research group have designed, developed and used a wide variety of measures of psychological processes and outcomes. Many of these measures have been designed and developed specifically for people with diabetes. Together with diabetes-specific psychological measures developed by other researchers internationally, these instruments have played an important part in facilitating patient-centred approaches to diabetes research and clinical practice.

 

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Association of a polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin, a polychlorinated biphenyl, and DDT with diabetes in the 1999-2002 National Health and Nutrition … [An article from: Environmental Research]

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The association of a polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin, a polychlorinated biphenyl, and p,p’-DDT with diabetes was evaluated using the 1999-2002 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Persons 20 years old and older were included. Relationships with diagnosed diabetes, undiagnosed diabetes (glycohemoglobin (HbA1c) >6.1%), and total diabetes (diagnosed plus undiagnosed) were tested. When all three chemicals were evaluated together for total diabetes, the unweighted number of participants was 1830. All three compounds were significantly associated with diagnosed diabetes. PCB 126 and p,p’-DDT were significantly associated with undiagnosed diabetes. 1,2,3,6,7,8-hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (HxCDD) was not associated with undiagnosed diabetes. When the three chemicals were included in a combined model for total diabetes, PCB 126>83.8pg/g lipid adjusted had an odds ratio of 2.57 (95% CI 1.33-4.95) compared to PCB 126=26.6ng/g lipid adjusted with an odds ratio of 2.74 (95% CI 1.44-5.23) both compared to p,p’-DDT=<20.7ng/g lipid adjusted. HxCDD was not associated with total diabetes in a combined model. When participants with poor liver function and poor kidney function were removed from the analysis, the combined model for total diabetes produced similar results with PCB 126 and p,p'-DDT having been significantly associated, and HxCDD not having been associated. These findings add to the list of chemicals found to be associated with diabetes in the 1999-2002 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.

 

Foot Ulcers: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatments (Endocrinology Research and Clinical Development Series)

A foot ulcer is an open sore on the foot. A foot ulcer can be a shallow red crater that involves only the surface skin or can also be very deep. It may be a crater that extends through the full thickness of the skin, and may involve tendons, bones and other deep structures. People with diabetes and people with poor circulation are more likely to develop foot ulcers. Among people with diabetes, a foot ulcer is the beginning stage of approximately 85% of severe foot infections that ultimately require some part of the toe, foot or lower leg to be amputated. If an infection occurs in an ulcer and is not treated right away, it can also develop into an abscess (a pocket of pus), a spreading infection of the skin and underlying fat (cellulitis), a bone infection (osteomyelitis) or gangrene. This book gathers and presents the latest research in this field.

 

Cardiovascular Signals in Diabetes Mellitus: A New Tool to Detect Autonomic Neuropathy (Cardiology Research and Clinical Development Series)

Early detection of sub-clinical autonomic dysfunction is of vital importance in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM) for the prevention of subsequent serious adverse consequences. Reduction in heart rate variability (HRV) is now regarded as the earliest indicator of cardiovascular dysregulation in DM. HRV has traditionally been quantified using linear measures, which describe the magnitude of RR interval oscillations, but are insufficient to characterise complex heart rate dynamics. While HRV is mostly mediated by parasympathetic nervous system, beat-to-beat blood pressure recordings may provide information regarding sympathetic activity. A variety of novel measures has been developed to quantify non-linear features of cardiovascular signals, providing information on the complexity of the dynamical system involved in the genesis of these short-term fluctuations. In this book, it is demonstrated that novel non-linear methods are often more sensitive to autonomic dysregulation than linear methods and therefore may improve the diagnostic power of cardiovascular variability analysis for cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy in DM. Our data indicate that cardiovascular dysregulation progresses in relatively short time frames, depending on the history of DM. Further, its progression appears to be associated with glycemic control. Different methods of cardiovascular variability analysis can provide mutually independent information and therefore should be used simultaneously for a comprehensive analysis of autonomic dysfunction to identify patients at risk for autonomic neuropathy.

 

The American Diabetes Association/Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Sourcebook for Type 1 Diabetes

The American Diabetes Association/Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Sourcebook for Type 1 Diabetes serves as both an evidence-based reference work and consensus report outlining the most critical components of care for individuals with type 1 diabetes throughout their lifespan. The volume serves not only as a comprehensive guide for clinicians, but also reviews the evidence supporting these components of care and provides a perspective on the critical areas of research that are needed to improve our understanding of type 1 diabetes diagnosis and treatment. The volume focuses specifically on the needs of patients with type 1 diabetes and provides clear and detailed guidance on the current standards for the optimal treatment of type 1 diabetes from early childhood to later life.

To accomplish the book’s editorial goals, Editors-in-Chief, Drs. Anne Peters and Lori Laffel, assembled an editorial steering committee of prominent research physicians, clinicians, and educators to develop the topical coverage. In addition, a Managing Editor was brought on to help the authors write and focus their chapters.

The members of the steering committee include Belinda Childs, ARNP, MN, BC-ADM, CDE; Richard Insel, MD; M. Sue Kirkman, MD; Margaret Powers, PhD, RD, CDE; Richard Rubin, PhD, CDE; Desmond Schatz, MD; Linda Siminerio, RN, PhD, CDE. The steering committee members, along with Managing Editor, Jane Chiang, MD, worked directly with the forty-one (41) chapter authors to write and complete each chapter.

 

Genset and Whitehead Institute sign license and research agreements in the field of obesity and diabetes.(Brief Article): An article from: BIOTECH Patent News

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Title: Genset and Whitehead Institute sign license and research agreements in the field of obesity and diabetes.(Brief Article)
Publication: BIOTECH Patent News (Newsletter)
Date: January 1, 2000
Publisher: Biotech Patent News
Volume: 14 Issue: 1 Page: NA

Article Type: Brief Article

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Focus On Diabetes Mellitus Research

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease of absolute or relative insulin deficiency or resistance characterised by disturbances in carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism. It is estimated that between 5-10 per cent of the population suffer from this disease. This syndrome is a contributing factor in a large percentage of deaths from heart attacks and strokes as well as renal failure and vascular disease. About 90 per cent of the cases of diabetes mellitus fall into Type 2 where obesity plays a major role. Research in the field is wide-spread ranging from causes to treatment. This book brings together leading research from throughout the world.

 

Diabetes, Insulin and Alzheimer’s Disease (Research and Perspectives in Alzheimer’s Disease)

This volume brings together experts from basic and clinical science to provide a broad survey of the role of insulin in the brain, and to discuss the mechanisms through which insulin dysregulation contributes to the development of cognitive impairment and late-life neurodegenerative disease. Each author has greatly furthered our understanding of the relationships among insulin, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease, moving us far beyond the belief that the brain is an insulin-insensitive organ. Given the recent pandemic of conditions associated with insulin resistance, it is imperative that we achieve a comprehensive knowledge of the mechanisms through which insulin resistance affects brain function in order to develop therapeutic strategies to address these effects.

 

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  • Diabetes Foundation Loses Its Way.(Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, ethical and economical aspects regarding research and use of embryonic stem … An article from: National Right to Life News

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    Title: Diabetes Foundation Loses Its Way.(Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, ethical and economical aspects regarding research and use of embryonic stem cells)(Editorial)
    Author: Michael Fumento
    Publication: National Right to Life News (Magazine/Journal)
    Date: April 1, 2005
    Publisher: National Right to Life Committee, Inc.
    Volume: 32 Issue: 4 Page: 5

    Article Type: Editorial

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    Foundation Seeks $11 Million to Fund Promising Research in Humans; Diabetes in Mice Cured Using Non-Embryonic Sources.: An article from: National Right to Life News

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    Title: Foundation Seeks $11 Million to Fund Promising Research in Humans; Diabetes in Mice Cured Using Non-Embryonic Sources.
    Publication: National Right to Life News (Magazine/Journal)
    Date: February 1, 2005
    Publisher: National Right to Life Committee, Inc.
    Volume: 32 Issue: 2 Page: 8

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    Awareness – Diabetes Research Ribbon Card

    5 x 7 inch premium quality folded paper greeting card. Health Awareness greeting cards & photo cards are available at Greeting Card Universe. Whether for one person or the whole family, a Health Awareness card will make the occasion memorable this year. Allow Greeting Card Universe to handle all your Health Awareness card needs this year. This paper card includes the following themes: awareness, causes, and charities. Greeting Card Universe offers custom Diabetes cards so everyone on your list can receive a special Health Awareness card this year.

     

    Power of Vitamin D New Scientific Research Links Vitamin D Deficiency to Cancer, Heart Disease, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Kidney Disease, Fibromyalgia, … Diseases, Dental Problems and Depression.

    You’ll be shocked when you read what you can do to improve your health and what Big Pharma doesn’t want you to know about the most affordable treatment around -Vitamin D.

    Vitamin D is crucial to our health, yet most people are low in this vital vitamin – despite the vitamins they take, the foods they eat, the milk they drink or the sun exposure they receive.

    In Power of Vitamin D you will learn:

    • Why we are facing a true Epidemic of Vitamin D deficiency.

    • The crucial role Vitamin D can play in the Prevention as well as Treatment of various Cancers.

    • How Vitamin D can help Prevent Diabetes, Coronary Heart Disease, Hypertension and Kidney Disease.

    • How Vitamin D can Prevent as well as Treat Muscle Aches, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Bone Pains and Osteoporosis.

    • The vital role of Vitamin D in the normal functioning of the Immune System.

    • How Vitamin D can Prevent as well as Treat the Common Cold, Tuberculosis, Asthma, Thyroid Diseases, M.S., Lupus and Arthritis.

    • The essential role of Vitamin D during Pregnancy for Mothers and Babies.

    • Doctors frequently miss the Diagnosis of Vitamin D deficiency because they often order the wrong test.

    • The right test to Diagnose Vitamin D deficiency.

    • The best way to Prevent and Treat Vitamin D deficiency.

    • Vitamin D Toxicity and how to Prevent it.

    • Not just theoretical knowledge, but detailed, practical information from actual Case Studies.

    Vitamin D is not a vitamin but a Hormone.

     

    Biotics Research – GlucoBalance 180C

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    Pantothenic Acid (calcium pantothenate) 100 mg
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    Biotin 3,000 mcg
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    Vitamin B12 (resin bound) 50 mcg
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    Diabetes Research

    Diabetes Research: A Guide for Postgraduates opens out the important world of research into a disease that is thousands of years old but still has no cure. By presenting a succinct overview into the work of researchers struggling to find answers for 200 million diabetics world-wide, this book is a pocket reference essential for new researchers in a field where the number of those afflicted is expected to double, if not triple , in coming decades.

    Exploring the character and physiology of the disease, Diabetes Research discusses long-term complications and treatment strategies, reviews international learned societies and journals, and provides practical insight into research on the frontline, as well as essential information on sources of research funds.

    Graduates and postgraduates alike who are just entering the field of diabetes from a range of differing medical specialties such as endocrinology, immunology, ophthalmology, vascular biology, and metabolism at large will find this book an invaluable guide to their continuing careers.

     

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