The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced on Tuesday that they would be adding memory loss and diabetes warnings to the labels of cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins.
The dodgeballs will be flying fierce and fast at Port Jefferson High School on March 2 but it’s not going to be just another day of gym class for the kids.
The impact made by Vodafone Ghana’s benevolence on Valentine’s Day still lives in the memories of some beneficiaries.
Stroke is the leading cause of death in people over 65 in low- and middle-income countries, according to new research published this week. Deaths of people over 65 represent more than a third of all deaths in developing countries yet, until now, little research has focused on this group. The study was led by researchers King’s College London and is published in PLoS Medicine…
LAVAL, QUEBEC– – Editors Note: There is a backgrounder associated with this press release.More than three million Canadians are living with diabetes and yet, when it comes to managing their disease on …
I’m in the process of updating my presentation on Connected Medical Devices for presentation at the Trenton Computer Festival on March 10th. (Slides and resources for the original presentation are available ACGNJ Presentations Page.) While examining the links, I found that the paper and slide deck for Jay Radcliffe’s presentation on insulin pump security are no longer available online. I’m not completely surprised, and I remember some hullaballoo in that neither the presenter nor the pump manufacturer wished someone to make malicious use of that information. (If I recall correctly, the presenter had only "gone public" after the manufacturer dismissed his concerns.)
Last Thursday afternoon, I was dealing with "normal" gastrointestinal side effects from the Metformin or so I thought. I just wasn’t feeling very well and kept thinking to myself, "I won’t be taking this for long if I keep having these issues." Perfect blood sugars? Awesome. Heartburn, nausea, and stomach cramps? Not so awesome.
Around 6pm that evening, I texted Marvin saying that I didn’t feel very well. My stomach was so nauseated that I could hardly think. It didn’t seem like normal Metformin side effects, but I’ve never taken the XR so maybe? I curled up in bed for a little while and tried to think of a calm stomach.
Then chaos started. Until late that night, I wasn’t able to keep anything down and spent several moments crying on the bathroom floor because of the feelings going on in my body. Was it Metformin? I still didn’t really know but I started thinking it wasn’t.
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Six weeks after announcing she had type 2 diabetes, Paula Deen said she’s shedding weight by moving more and eating less.