Depression Diabetes Increase Dementia Risk

April 15, 2015

Having depression or diabetes increases dementia risk by up to 80% Even more if you suffer both Having diabetes is associated with a 20% greater risk of developing dementia A depression diagnosis was associated with an 83% increased risk Being diagnosed with both conditions increases the risk by 117% As many as one in five […]

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Drinking Soda Shortens Your Lifespan Drastically

November 17, 2014

Drinking Soda Each Day Accelerates The Aging Process While consuming sugary soft drinks is often associated with a higher risk of obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, cardiovascular death, and certain types of cancer, new research suggests that it can also shorten our lifespan.  A recent study conducted at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) has revealed that […]

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Cholesterol Lowering Drugs Are 21st Century Snake Oil

September 18, 2014

Cholesterol Lowering Drugs Are The Greatest Health Fraud Of All Time How can that be true? To answer this we need to understand how important cholesterol is for you and I to live long and healthy lives. Cholesterol Is Produced By Every Cell In The Human Body!  You make way more cholesterol than you could […]

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Diabetes Causes Brain Damage In Later Life

September 11, 2014

Diabetes Causes Brain Damage In Later Life For Those Diagnosed In Middle Age Diabetes causes brain damage in older people who were diagnosed in their middle age years. A growing number of people around the world are developing diabetes and scientists at the Mayo Clinic have found that diabetes during midlife can have a detrimental […]

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New Study Finds Statins Increase Risk For Diabetes

August 21, 2014

New Study Finds Diabetes Risk Rises With Statin Use The risk of new-onset type 2 diabetes rises with adherence to statin therapy, providing further confirmation of the previously reported link. The findings were published online June 26 in Diabetes Care by Giovanni Corrao, PhD, of the division of biostatistics, epidemiology, and public health, University of […]

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