Lasagna Requires A Cut From Kids' Health, Study Sees News

Other hormones related to insulin can also be higher in overweight women, and they could contribute to breast cancer risk, he said. The overall findings are not surprising, said Dr. Courtney Vito, associate clinical professor of surgical oncology at City of Hope Cancer Center in Duarte, Calif. "Fat is not inert," she said. http://news.healingwell.com/index.php?p=news1&id=695474

And those who had ever worked the night shift had a 12 percent increased risk. The link between night shift and diabetes was stronger in younger women than in older women. Compared to never working the night shift, working night shifts for 10 or more years increased the risk of diabetes by 39 percent among women younger than 50 and by 17 percent among those 50 and older. The study was published in the journal Diabetologia. http://news.healingwell.com/index.php?p=news1&id=695295

Are Seniors With Diabetes Overtreated? news

"From school cafeterias to weekly pizza days in schools without cafeterias to birthday parties to group events to pizza night with the parents to pizza fund-raising -- it's difficult to escape," Freedhoff said. "But of course, that doesn't make it healthy," he added. When pizza is consumed, it makes up more than 20 percent of the daily intake of calories, the study authors said. Poor eating habits -- too many calories, too much salt and too much fat -- raise children's risks for nutrition-related diseases, including type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity, the study authors added in background notes with the study. Powell's team analyzed data from four U.S. http://news.healingwell.com/index.php?p=news1&id=695563

Eating Right Helps Prevent Type 2 Diabetes in Women news

"There is increasing evidence that tight blood sugar control can cause harm in older people, and older people are more susceptible to hypoglycemia," said lead author Dr. Kasia Lipska, an assistant professor of endocrinology at Yale University School of Medicine. "More than half of these patients were being treated with medications that are unlikely to benefit them and can cause problems." Diabetes is common among people 65 and older. But doctors have struggled to come up with the best way to manage diabetes in seniors alongside the other health problems they typically have, researchers said in background information with the study. For younger and healthier adults, the American Diabetes Association has recommended therapy that aims at a hemoglobin A1C level of lower than 7 percent, while the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists recommends a target of lower than 6.5 percent, the authors noted. http://news.healingwell.com/index.php?p=news1&id=695376

Unhealthy Insulin Levels May Boost Breast Cancer Risk news

15 in the journal Diabetes Care. http://news.healingwell.com/index.php?p=news1&id=695456

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