Diabetes, cancer linked via hidden mechanism, Danish study says

Researchers discovered that cancer patients had sweet-smelling urine back in the 1920s. The doctors were first perplexed, but they quickly understood that it was caused by high blood sugar (diabetes) levels. “This was one of the first things we learned about cancer patients,” says Associate Professor Lykke Sylow. The sweet-smelling urine suggested that cancer affects the body’s blood sugar level. But how?

University of California study warns high risk of diabetes in Indian Americans due to DDT exposure

indica News Bureau- The American Chemical Society’s journal Environmental Science & Technology released shocking research results in its November issue about the connection of diabetes and DDT (Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane). The research found that Indian Americans who may have been exposed to high levels of DDT are likely to be at greater risk of developing diabetes, researchers […]