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ESE Daily News Alert - 04 March 2020

Weight loss helps reduce migraines in obese patients

According to a study published in Obesity Surgery, weight loss helps reduce migraine frequency, severity, duration, and disability, in obese patients who suffer from migraines.

Endocrinology Advisor


New artificial pancreas improves blood sugar control in diabetes

A newly developed dual-hormone artificial pancreas regulates blood sugar better than a rapid insulin-alone artificial pancreas, according to research published in Diabetes Care.

Medical Dialogues


Levothyroxine taken in the evening may have greater benefits

Hypothyroidism drug, lethothyroxine, may have greater benefits when taken at bedtime rather than breakfast, according to a study published in Clinical Endocrinology.

Healio


Periodontal disease associated with increased diabetes risk

According to a study published in Diabetologia, frequent tooth brushing may be associated with a reduced diabetes risk, whilst infrequent tooth brushing and periodontal disease, may be associated with an increased risk.

Healio


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