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Reuters reports a new study published in Clinical Nutrition which found that adding curcumin into the diets of patients at risk for heart disease may lower inflammation levels. Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric, and has been used for a long...
According to a study published in JAMA Psychiatry, women suffering from PTSD are at greater risk for developing type-2 diabetes, CBS News reports. This information proves crucial since diabetes treatment may prove unsuccessful if PTSD is the underlying...
According to Reuters, a Scottish study published in JAMA reports that patients with type-1 diabetes live an average of 11-13 years less than people without the illness. Though this information is disheartening to type-1 diabetes patients, the researchers...