Sunday, September 20, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies from Pancreatic Cancer at 87

Long-time Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away Friday due to metastatic pancreatic cancer at the age of 87. She had repeated bouts of cancers. She also had colorectal cancer and lung cancer. Ginsburg was nominated by President Bill Clinton in July 1993.

Can COVID-19 Infection Result In Diabetes?

A new report has found that the COVID-19 infection can cause sudden onset insulin-dependent diabetes. The report details a case of a 19-year-old young German man, who had no symptoms of COVID-19 but test positive for it, developed type 1 diabetes after a few weeks.

Chadwick Boseman Dies of Colon Cancer at the Age of 43

Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman passed away on Friday at the age of 43. He was suffering from stage 4 colon cancer. Boseman learned about his colon cancer in 2016, which had progressed to stage 4. He was best known for his role as T’Challa, or the Black Panther.

Sarah Harding Has Been Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

Sarah Harding, Girls Aloud singer, has been diagnosed with breast cancer. She has also revealed that the cancer has spread to other parts of the body. The 38-year-old singer took to Twitter to announce that she has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer.

Cancer Dietician Explains the Connection between Diet and Cancer Risk

Registered dietician Joseph Dowdell has explained the importance of diet and cancer risk in an article published online on the Cleveland Clinic website. He advises maintaining a healthy weight, going Mediterranean, limiting salts and sugars, reducing alcohol intake, and taking vitamin D supplements.

Fuller Goldsmith Beats Blood Cancer for the Fourth Time

Fuller Goldsmith, 16, who previously won Chopped Junior, is back to cooking after beating cancer for the fourth time. Fuller was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), a type of blood cancer at the age of 3. He underwent an experimental CAR (T-cells) immunotherapy.

Study Discovers How Activated Human Brown Fat Could Help Treat Obesity and Diabetes

A new study has found that how humans can activate brown fat, which may help treat obesity and type 2 diabetes. The study researchers discovered a specific type of receptor in human brown fat cells that when activated could help treat obesity and diabetes.