Most Recent Articles by Batya Swift Yasgur, MA, LSW
Overweight and obesity are established risk factors for the development of metabolic diseases, including diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and cardiovascular disease.
Although all of the guidelines acknowledge that there are emergent situations in which providing care for a family member or friend is not only permissible but also essential, other situations are frowned upon.
Study assessed the relationship of fasting neuropeptide Y with insulin resistance, β-cell function, and glucagon-like peptide-1 secretion in nonobese female patients with chronic migraine.
Researchers examined 22 randomized controlled trials to evaluate effects of various treatments on diabetic foot ulcers.
Adults with obesity are twice as likely to develop influenza, regardless of vaccine status.
More Articles by Batya Swift Yasgur, MA, LSW
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- DPP-4 Inhibitors and Incidence of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Type 2 Diabetes
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- Cost-Benefit Analysis of Insulin Analogs in Type 2 Diabetes
- Nonfunctioning Adrenal Incidentaloma Associated With Metabolic Syndrome
- Weight Gain After Quitting Smoking May Increase Risk for T2D
- In Teens, Young Adults, High BMI May Hurt Cardiovascular Health
- Obesity Paradox Affects Type 2 Diabetes Mortality Rates
- Bi-Directional Association Observed Between Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Diabetes
- Real-World Data Show Reduced Fracture Rates in Teriparatide-Treated Osteoporosis