Posts Tagged ‘Lancet Journal’

Risks of Drinking Alcohol for Seniors

There has been a lot of confusion about what amounts of alcoholic beverages pose risks for the senior population. At one time only heavy alcohol drinking was considered to be bad, but newer research shows that drinking alcohol increases risks for heart attacks, strokes and early death. A study published April 14, 2018 in Lancet…

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Type 2 Diabetes and Non-Alcoholic Liver Disease can be reversed by Losing Weight

Amazing study by researchers at Newcastle University published August 2, 2018 in Cell Metabolism shows that type 2 diabetes can be sent into remission and insulin levels can be reversed to normal by losing weight.  Now doctors have some real evidence to help them persuade overweight diabetic patients to lose weight. Losing Weight Reduced Fat…

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Study Shows the only Safe Level for Alcohol is not to Drink at All

The latest study on alcohol consumption carried out by researchers from the University of Washington published August 24, 2018 in the Lancet Journal shows that it is a killer and was responsible for 2.8 million world-wide deaths in 2016 and alcohol use was ranked as the seventh leading risk factor for premature death and disability…

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