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article imageCholesterol may play role in Type 2 diabetes

By Lemery     Feb 18, 2007 in Health
" Cholesterol may not just be bad for your heart.
A study suggests problems with cholesterol regulation in the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas may be responsible for the development of Type 2 (formerly known as late onset) diabetes.
The work,...
" Cholesterol may not just be bad for your heart.
A study suggests problems with cholesterol regulation in the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas may be responsible for the development of Type 2 (formerly known as late onset) diabetes.
The work, by scientists at Vancouver's Child and Family Research Institute, was done in mice. And the researchers would have to show that the same mechanism is seen in people.
But if their theory is correct, it could open new avenues for the prevention and control of Type 2 diabetes, a condition the Canadian Diabetes Association estimates affects more than 1.8 million Canadians and rising."
I can't speak for the rest of you, but I can speak for myself. And myself knows that there are far too many studies taking place now. It seems that everything is related to eachother in some way shape or form, and I do not like it. One day there is going to be a study that proves that by drinking with a glass cup instead of a ceramic cup will one day kill you.
Can any of you agree with me on this one? Far too many studies.
But if this study is true, maybe I should start cutting back on the greasy goods.
Until next time,
Lemery the King.
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