Women's Health News

  • diabetes

    Long-Term Complications Common With Youth-Onset T2DM

    Jul 29, 2021 by HealthDay News
    Petter Bjornstad, M.D., from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, and colleagues transitioned participants with onset of type 2 diabetes in youth enrolled in a multicenter clinical trial to metformin with or without insulin and enrolled them in an observational follow-up study in two phases. Diabetic kidney disease, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and nerve disease assessments were performed annually and retinal disease was assessed twice.
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  • Exercise

    Secret Side Effects of Exercising Just 2 Hours Per Week, Says Science

    Aug 3, 2021 by John Anderer
    Both the World Health Organization and American Heart Association recommend that adults perform at least 150 minutes per week (two and half hours) of moderate aerobic exercise, such as a brisk walk or light bike ride, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise such as running or hiking. Importantly, both organizations also offer a third option: a combination of both moderate and vigorous activity roughly equivalent to either of the first two options. So, about two hours of combined moderate and vigorous exercise should be enough to meet those suggestions as well.
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    Male Rats Have Been the Standard: Integrating Female Rats into Studies

    Jul 29, 2021 by Devin Lynn
    In 1994, the NIH created a policy in the Inclusion of Women and Minorities as Subjects in Clinical Research. This policy mandates that all NIH-funded research must address plans for the inclusion of women and minorities in the research grant application. The Ludeman Center is taking this further at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to encourage faculty to actively participate in women’s health and sex differences research.
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    Researchers Reverse Blood Flow Defect in Small Vessel Disease

    Jul 6, 2021 by Debra Melani
    Research out of the University of Colorado School of Medicine could pave the way for preventive treatments for dementia-causing small vessel disease.
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