Glyphosate and the Blood-Brain Barrier
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App Review- Clinical Dietitian Apps
Need an article to summarize and link to the best apps for clinical dietitians. Registered Dietitian Calculator is an enteral and parenteral nutrition solution calculator designed for Read more
Weight Loss Cuts Hospital Stays for Obese TKA Patients
Shedding 20 lbs before knee replacement tied to better outcomes Article from: , Weight Loss Cuts Hospital Stays for Obese TKA Read more
5 Supplements That Scientists Actually Take
We want to know which supplements are worth our attention (and money) so six scientists — experts in everything from public health to exercise physiology — were asked to name a Read more
Diabetes Control Has Stalled Across U.S.
U.S. adults with diabetes are no more likely to meet disease control targets than they were in 2005, a new study finds. Article from:, Diabetes Control Has Stalled Across Read more
Appropriate language in clinical settings beneficial in diabetes care
The language used by health care providers when communicating with people with diabetes influences patient engagement with health services and diabetes self-management, according to a study Read more
MedAutonomic Undertakes the First Digestive Endoscopic Implant of a Brain Neuromodulation Device in a Human
MedAutonomic, a Silicon Valley and Venice, Italy based medtech company has successfully implanted a brain neuromodulation device, the Phoenix, into th Source: MedAutonomic Undertakes the Read more
NAFLD has ‘bidirectional’ course in patients with type 2 diabetes
PHILADELPHIA – Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease may have a “bidirectional” nature in patients with type 2 diabetes as NAFLD regressed in 2.2% of patients without any NAFLD-specific Read more
Dual GIP/GLP-1 Agonist Succeeds in T2D Trial
Novel diabetes treatment improved HbA1c, aided in weight loss Source: Dual GIP/GLP-1 Agonist Succeeds in T2D Read more
Costs of Medicare diabetes prevention program may exceed reimbursements
Subtracting the average payment of $139, there was a $661 gap between the cost of the program and the expected payments. Source: Costs of Medicare diabetes prevention program may exceed Read more
Food Medication Interactions 18th Edition
The 18th edition (2015) of the Foremost Drug-Nutrient Interaction Resource with over 90 new drugs added, reference tables such as lab values, potassium sources, grapefruit-drug Read more
Is the Ketogenic Diet Safe for People With Diabetes?
      The ketogenic diet is a dietary regimen that restricts carbohydrates to very low amounts (typically below 50 grams) and increases fat. The idea is to create a Read more
Cleared Blood Glucose Monitor Systems Not Always Accurate
“One in three commercially available blood glucose monitor systems (BGMs) meet a predefined accuracy standard”   Physician’s Read more
Islet Cell Transplants Help
While just a small number of functional insulin-producing cells are necessary to restore hypoglycemic awareness, they might not be enough to fully regulate a person’s blood glucose Read more
How AI is Changing Diabetes Care
With millions of possible drug combinations for treatment of diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia and heart disease, new AI program offers more thorough analysis and options. Source: A Read more
The “Other” Eating Disorders
The Diagnostic & Statistical Manual (DSM-V) currently lists the following five clinical examples of OSFED . Atypical anorexia nervosa: All criteria for anorexia nervosa are met; despite Read more
This is why nutritional psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment
A lack of essential nutrients is known to contribute to the onset of poor mental health in people suffering from anxiety and depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and ADHD. Read more
Hirsutism: Male Pattern Hair Growth Happens in 95% of Women with PCOS
In female ‘male pattern’ hair growth (hirsutism), villus hairs are converted into terminal hairs due to hormones, such as insulin and androgens. This process only happens in areas that Read more
FODMaPs Worth Years of Life
  Imagine having an illness so severe that you would give up 15 years of your life if the symptoms would vanish. That was the average amount of time nearly 2,000 people diagnosed with Read more
Will Certain Foods Bolster Brain Health After Stroke?
Stroke survivors who eat plenty of leafy greens, fish and other healthy foods may help preserve their brain function as time goes on, a preliminary study suggests. Source: Will Certain Read more
Novel Feeding Tube May Help Stroke Dysphagia
Electrical pharyngeal stimulation boosted readiness for decannulation Source: Novel Feeding Tube May Help Stroke Read more
Insulin delivery devices now covered under Part D
Older Americans will now have access to insulin delivery devices under Part D of Medicare coverage, according to guidance issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Read more
Thyroid Disorders
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When Thyroid Glands Go Wrong: What Everyone Should Know About Thyroid Dysfunction
It may be one of the smallest organs in the human body, but the thyroid gland plays a colossal role in regulating body functions vital to overall health and well-being. Read the Article Read more
The Complete Guide to the Science of Circadian Rhythms
Two leading scientists explain how circadian rhythms work and offer advice on lifestyle changes to improve your health Source: The Complete Guide to the Science of Circadian Read more
NIH Panel Recommends Early Peanut Introduction for High-Risk Infants
Babies as young as 4 months can be exposed to peanuts Source: NIH Panel Recommends Early Peanut Introduction for High-Risk Read more
A Summary of ADA’s New 2018 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes
ADA’s new 2018 standards of medical care in diabetes are the primary resource for the condition & include updated guidelines for diagnosis & prevention. Source: A Summary of Read more
Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
8-year-old boy had more than 300 medical appointments and 13 operations before a doctor reported suspicions Source: Texas mother accused of faking son’s illness; boy had 13 Read more
Malnutrition Quality Improvement Initiative– MQii
This video features the Malnutrition Quality Improvement Initiative, highlighting components of the program and the importance of RDNs. Source: MQii Leadership Message This video is a call Read more
Biotin Supplements make Thyroid Labs Look Like Graves Disease
Do you take Biotin supplements? It could be throwing off a number of test results, including the results of thyroid tests. Learn more from Endocrine News. Read More about this in an Article Read more
For Breast Cancer Survivors, Eating Soy Tied To A Longevity Boost
New research finds eating soy milk, edamame and tofu does not have harmful effects for women with breast cancer, as some have worried. In fact, for some women, soy consumption was tied to Read more