Are There Some Positives for Diabetes Patients During COVID-19?

Are There Some Positives for Diabetes Patients During COVID-19?

Are There Some Positives for Diabetes Patients During COVID-19? Some diabetes patients may be finding an unexpected benefit in glucose management and health during the pandemic. These patients, finding themselves at home, with altered daily routines, and perhaps a decrease

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Higher plain water intake is related to lower newly diagnosed nonalcoholic fatty liver disease risk: a population-based study

1.Anstee QM, McPherson S, Day CP. How big a problem is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease? BMJ. 2011;343:d3897.PubMed  Article  Google Scholar  2.Sapp V, Gaffney L, EauClaire SF, Matthews RP. Fructose leads to hepatic steatosis in zebrafish that is reversed by mechanistic

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Can Some Drugs that Lower Glucose Also Treat COVID-19?

Can Some Drugs that Lower Glucose Also Treat COVID-19?

Can Some Drugs that Lower Glucose Also Treat COVID-19? Some drugs used to lower glucose in patients with diabetes, such as metformin, SGLT2 inhibitors, and sulfonylureas, might have beneficial effects on COVID-19, potentially affecting the risk of progression to severe

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