What is the safest and correct way to take insulin and avoid a sugar crash? What should diabetics do in winter?

What is the safest and correct way to take insulin and avoid a sugar crash?  What should diabetics do in winter?

Using too much insulin can lead to hypoglycemia, a condition when blood sugar levels drop dangerously low. Depending on a person’s weight, sensitivity to insulin, and other factors, a dose of insulin can be fatal. Dr Sanjay Agarwal, HOD, Internal Medicine and Senior Diabetologist at Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune and Secretary, Governing Council, National Research … Read more

Adults with diabetes on high-deductible health plans more likely to have severe hyperglycemia

Patients with diabetes who were forced by their employer to switch to a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) were more likely to experience acute diabetes complications that might otherwise have been prevented, possibly due to delayed or deferred care. because of. “These findings suggest that employers should be more prudent in their health plan offerings, and … Read more

Study shows improved host health by modifying gut microbiota

In a recent study published in gastroenterologyResearchers present intestinal microbiota modulation as a potential therapeutic option for diseases such as Crohn’s disease (CD). Study: Modifying the microbiome for disease therapy. Image credit: Emily Frost / shutterstock background Studies have reported that dysbiosis or imbalance in the intestinal microbiome may promote degenerative disorders, including diabetes, obesity, … Read more

Researchers evaluate health-related quality-of-life data obtained retrospectively from COVID-19 patients

In a recently posted study medRxiv* Preprint Server Researchers retrospectively evaluated the EQ-5D-5L data collection among coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients. Study: retrospective collection assessment of the EQ-5D-5L in US patients with COVID-19. Image credit: poptika / shutterstock background Studies have highlighted the effect of SARS-CoV-2 infection on amplifying previous clinical outcomes. To fully understand … Read more

Researchers evaluate health-related quality-of-life data obtained retrospectively from COVID-19 patients

In a recently posted study medRxiv* Preprint Server Researchers retrospectively evaluated the EQ-5D-5L data collection among coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients. Study: retrospective collection assessment of the EQ-5D-5L in US patients with COVID-19. Image credit: poptika / shutterstock background Studies have highlighted the effect of SARS-CoV-2 infection on amplifying previous clinical outcomes. To fully understand … Read more

Benefits and risks of personal medical monitoring on the Internet

Blood glucose control system with the help of a smartphone and a meter attached to the skin. Ute Grabowski | Phototheque | Getty Images The Internet of Things continues to grow to remotely monitor and manage common health problems, led by diabetes patients. About one out of every 10 Americans, or 37 million people, are … Read more

Point32Health taps health inclusion for LGBTQ+ care

After traditionally offering virtual care and navigation services to employers, Incorporated Health is now moving into the health plan arena. The LGBTQ+ community teams up with Point32Health to serve its commercial members in companies announced Wednesday. based in san francisco Incorporated Health Provides patients with access to virtual and in-person urgent care, primary care, behavioral … Read more

Association of aldosterone with ideal cardiovascular health in incident diabetes.

The incidence of type 2 diabetes (T2D) continues to increase among African Americans (AAs). However, it has been observed in the plateau among non-Hispanic whites (NHWs). Furthermore, T2D-associated mortality and morbidity have also been reported to be higher among AAs than among NHWs. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate novel factors to understand the disparities … Read more

7 things your toes can tell about your health

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CommonSpirit Health CEO at JPM: Some providers will be commodities

Wright Lassiter III, who was named CEO of CommonSpirit Health last April, outlined his vision for reviving his massive nonprofit’s finances at a JPMorgan healthcare conference on Monday. The convention returns to San Francisco after a two-year pandemic break and feels bursting as usual. Cracking a few jokes, Lassiter acknowledged he’s not here to take … Read more