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Environmental Health Perspectives: Low Dose of Some Persistent Organic Pollutants Predicts Type 2 Diabetes: A Nested Case-Control Study

Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) is a monthly journal of peer-reviewed research and news on the impact of the environment on human health. EHP is published by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and its content is free online. Print issues are available by paid subscription.

Körpervorgänge bei Diabetes: Diabetes-Typen

The Dirty Secret About Diabetes

Censored News Page 2: Diabetes and mercury poisoning at Grassy Narrows

Agent Orange: Diabetes Mellitus (Type 2) - Office of Public Health and Environmental Hazards

Information on type 2 diabetes, a disease VA recognizes in veterans as associated with Agent Orange exposure during military service ).

PLoS ONE: An Environment-Wide Association Study (EWAS) on Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

PLoS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.

Environmental Health Perspectives: Traffic-related Air Pollution and Incident Type 2 Diabetes: Results from the SALIA Cohort Study

Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) is a monthly journal of peer-reviewed research and news on the impact of the environment on human health. EHP is published by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and its content is free online. Print issues are available by paid subscription.

Environmental Health Perspectives: Traffic Trouble: Study Links Diabetes to Vehicular Pollution

Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) is a monthly journal of peer-reviewed research and news on the impact of the environment on human health. EHP is published by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and its content is free online. Print issues are available by paid subscription.

Living on Earth: The Pollution/Diabetes Link

A recent long-term study out of Germany found that the closer participants lived to major roads, the greater their risk of developing type 2 Diabetes. Host Jeff Young talks with Dr. Wolfgang Rathmann, the study leader and researcher at Dusseldorf University's Diabetes Center, about what he found.

Strong link between diabetes and air pollution found in national U.S. study

A national U.S. epidemiologic study finds a strong, consistent correlation between adult diabetes and particulate air pollution that persists after adjustment for other risk factors like obesity and ethnicity, researchers report. The relationship was seen even at exposure levels below the current EPA safety limit.

Bitter Sweet or Toxic? Indigenous people, diabetes and the burden of pollution

Note: this is a revised version of my article, "Bitter Sweet or Toxic?" featured in this month's issue of the Dominion, February 2010. Bitter Sweet or

Diabetes Incidence and Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution

La Jolla Institute Researchers Provide World’s First View of Type 1 Diabetes As-It-Unfolds

A war is being waged in the pancreases of millions of people throughout the world. The siege leads to the development of type 1 diabetes and has been a battlefield largely hidden from view-- until now. Researchers at the La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology have created the first cellular movies showing the destruction underlying type 1 diabetes in real-time in mouse models. This detailed, dynamic view will provide the worldwide scientific community insights into this disease process as never before possible and may profoundly affect future directions in type 1 diabetes research.

Low Vitamin D Levels May Contribute to Development of Type 2 Diabetes

A recent study of obese and non-obese children found that low vitamin D levels are significantly more prevalent in obese children and are associated with risk factors for type 2 diabetes. This study was accepted for publication in The Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM).

Diabetes und Demenz – ein schwieriges Paar - Springer Professional Media, Bereich Medizin

Ubiquitous bisphenol A linked to adult obesity, insulin resistance. — Environmental Health News

High urinary levels of bisphenol A in older adults are associated with increased weight and waist size, both indicators of obesity that can lead to serious illness and disease.

Air Pollution Linked to Diabetes --Doctors Lounge

Deutsches Ärzteblatt: Statine können das Risiko für Diabetes Typ 2 erhöhen

Rochester – Die Einnahme von Statinen bei postmenopausalen Frauen geht mit einem erhöhten Risiko für das Entstehen eines Diabetes Mellitus Typ 2 einher. Eine dementsprechende Studie haben Wissenschaftler um Annie Culver vom Rochester Methodist Hospital

Diabetes May Start in the Intestines, Research Suggests

Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have made a surprising discovery about the origin of diabetes. Their research suggests that problems controlling blood sugar — the hallmark of diabetes — may begin in the intestines. The new study, in mice, may upend long-held theories about the causes of the disease.

A New Approach to Treating Type I Diabetes? Columbia Scientists Transform Gut Cells into Insulin Factories

A study by Columbia researchers suggests that cells in the patient’s intestine could be coaxed into making insulin, circumventing the need for a stem cell transplant. Until now, stem cell transplants have been seen by many researchers as the ideal way to replace cells lost in type I diabetes and to free patients from insulin injections. The research—conducted in mice—was published 11 March 2012 in the journal Nature Genetics.

Neuer Risikofaktor: Feinstaub kann Diabetes auslösen -

Umwelteinflüsse können krank machen. Nun steht Feinstaub im konkreten Verdacht, Diabetes Typ2 auszulösen. Menschen an vielbefahrenen Straßen sind einer Untersuchung zu Folge besonders gefährdet. Weitere Untersuchungen sind nötig, um den Zusammenhang von Umweltfaktoren und Diabetes-Erkrankungen zu beweisen.

In utero exposure to diesel exhaust a possible risk factor for obesity

Pregnant mice exposed to high levels of air pollution gave birth to offspring with a significantly higher rate of obesity and insulin resistance in adulthood than those that were not exposed to air pollution. This effect seemed especially prevalent in male mice, which were heavier regardless of diet. These findings, published online in the FASEB Journal, suggests a link between diesel exhaust exposure in utero and bulging waistlines in adulthood.

Plastics chemicals linked to diabetes in women; blacks and Hispanics most exposed — Environmental Health News

A group of chemicals found in household plastics and medical supplies is linked to higher rates of diabetes in women – up to double the rate for women with the highest levels, according to new research led by Harvard scientists. Blacks and Mexican Americans and women living in poverty are exposed to the highest levels of some of these compounds, called phthalates. “It’s extremely likely that phthalates and other chemical contaminants will turn out to be a big part of the obesity and diabetes epidemic, but at this point we really don't know how these chemicals are interacting with each other, or with the human body,” said Richard Stahlhut, a University of Rochester scientist who co-authored the study.

EHP – POPs vs. Fat: Persistent Organic Pollutant Toxicity Targets and Is Modulated by Adipose Tissue

Exposure to pesticides in food, air and water increases risk of type 2 diabetes, study finds

A study led by researchers in Spain reveals that there is a direct relationship between the presence of persistent organic pollutants in the body and the development of type 2 diabetes, regardless of the patient's age, gender or body mass index.

Does Antidepressant Use Increase the Risk for Type 2 Diabetes?

antidepressant use associated with type 2 diabetes

Langzeit-Antidepressiva-Therapie und Diabetes-Risiko, 2009

Langzeit-Antidepressiva-Therapie und Diabetes-Risiko, 2009

EHP – Insulin Resistance and Environmental Pollutants: Experimental Evidence and Future Perspectives

Living on Earth: Air Pollution and Diabetes

We’ve long known that air pollution is bad for our lungs and can even cause cardiovascular disease, but as Doctor Sanjay Rajagopalan tells host Steve Curwood, recent research suggests that breathing dirty air in combination with a fatty diet can promote diabetes.

Study says early DDT exposure may set up females for obesity, diabetes - LA Times

As they reached adulthood, female mice who were exposed in utero and just after birth to the pesticide DDT showed metabolic changes that put them at greater risk for obesity and type-2 diabetes , a new study says.

Scientists may have found link between artificial sweeteners and diabetes | MNN - Mother Nature Network

A study finds that artificial sweeteners mess with gut bacteria and lead to glucose intolerance, a factor in diabetes and other metabolic diseases.

Dirty soil and diabetes: Anniston's toxic legacy — Environmental Health News

The Rev. Thomas Long doesn't have neighbors on Montrose Avenue anymore. Everyone is gone. Widespread chemical contamination from a Monsanto plant was discovered in West Anniston, in Alabama's Appalachian foothills, back in the 1990s. Behind Long’s home a church was fenced off, and men in "moon suits" cleaned the site for weeks. Nearby, boarded windows and sunken porches hang from abandoned shotgun houses. A red "nuisance" sign peeks above the un-mowed lawn of one empty house. But Long stayed; he had lived in the same house for all but one of his 64 years. Now he is stuck. Stuck on a street with no neighbors. Stuck with a property he's convinced is unclean. Stuck with an extraordinary load of chemicals in his body. And stuck with diabetes. As a cleanup of West Anniston stretches into its eighth year, new research has linked PCBs exposure to a high rate of diabetes in this community of about 4,000 people, nearly all African American and half living in poverty. Even today, people there are among the most highly contaminated in the world. "Monsanto walked away not doing their job. They left a community still sick, still dying and very dissatisfied," Long said. Part 6 of Pollution, Poverty, People of Color

EHP – Association between Ambient Air Pollution and Diabetes Mellitus in Europe and North America: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Associations of dairy intake with glycemia and insulinemia, independent of obesity, in Brazilian adults: the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Adult Health (ELSA-Brasil)

Shift work and diabetes mellitus: a meta-analysis of observational studies -- Gan et al. 72 (1): 72 -- Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Study: Women with diabetes likely to die earlier than male diabetics - The Times of India

A new research has found that women who are suffering from type 1 diabetes face a higher risk of dying early as compared to men. They are also twice more likely to die of heart disease as compared to men with the same condition.

Type 1 Diabetes More Deadly for Women Than Men, Study Finds: MedlinePlus

Type 1 Diabetes More Deadly for Women Than Men, Study Finds

Microbiome linked to type 1 diabetes: Shift in microbiome species diversity prior to disease onset -- ScienceDaily

In the largest longitudinal study of the microbiome to date, researchers have identified a connection between changes in gut microbiota and the onset of type 1 diabetes. The study, which followed infants who were genetically predisposed to the condition, found that onset for those who developed the disease was preceded by a drop in microbial diversity -- including a disproportional decrease in the number of species known to promote health in the gut.

Traffic-related air pollution linked to type 1 diabetes in children | EurActiv

Several studies have already linked the likelihood of death by respiratory and circulatory illness to the level of fine dust particles in the air. A Munich study now shows that high levels of fine dust pollution could increase the risk of type 1 diabetes among children. EurActiv Germany reports.

Type 3 diabetes is sporadic Alzheimer׳s disease: Mini-review - European Neuropsychopharmacology

Pesticide Exposure Tied to Diabetes Risk - US News

Review finds these chemicals may boost odds of blood sugar disease by about 60 percent

Household Chemicals and Diabetes: A Surprising Link

A new analysis indicates that a 25% reduction in exposure to certain household chemicals would reduce diabetes cases by approximately 13%, enough to save billions of dollars in annual health costs.

EHP - Connecting PM2.5 Exposure to Insulin Resistance: Oxidative Stress May Be an Intermediate Step


Piloting a Remission Strategy in Type 2 Diabetes: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial | The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism | Oxford Academic

Prenatal exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances modulates neonatal serum phospholipids, increasing risk of type 1 diabetes - ScienceDirect

No Two Ways About It: Reconceptualizing Type 2 Diabetes - Endocrine News

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