Friday, August 16, 2019 by: Melissa Smith Tags: alternative medicine, anti-diabetes, diabetes, disease treatments, goodfood, goodhealth, goodmedicine, goodscience, herbal medicine, Herbs, medicinal plants, Mulberries, Mulberry, Mulberry leaf, natural cures, natural healing, natural medicine, natural remedies, prevent diabetes, prevention, remedies, research, sugar, sugar levels, Type 2 Diabetes (Natural News) Mulberry is a plant traditionally cultivated in Korea, China, and Japan for medicine, particularly for treating obesity and diabetes. In a study published in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, researchers at Chungnam National University in South Korea found that bioconverted mulberry leaf extract is an effective herbal medicine for improving the symptoms of diabetes. Bioconversion is a technique used to produce active ingredients from natural products using microorganisms or enzymes. In the study, the researchers prepared bioconverted mulberry leaf … [Read more...] about Mulberry leaves can be used to keep diabetes symptoms at bay
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Poll PUBLISHED: 07:05 13 August 2019 | UPDATED: 07:08 13 August 2019 PC Jake Lees issues a fine and penalty points to a driver caught on the phone at the wheel Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN Archant MPs could explore the idea of extending a ban on using hand-held mobile phones while driving to include hands-free devices. A cross-party committee warned that drivers were being given the "misleading impression" that hands-free use is safer, despite it creating "the same risks of a collision".The Commons Transport Select Committee acknowledged there would be practical challenges to criminalising hands-free phone use and enforcing the offence but recommended the government should explore options for extending the current ban and publish a public consultation on the issue by the end of 2019.Mobile phone use is one of Suffolk Constabulary's 'Fatal Four' contributors to collisions in which people are killed or seriously injured (KSIs).In 2018/19 no road collisions causing death or … [Read more...] about Do you support a ban on using hands-free phone while driving?
Does a treatment improve patient health? Does a policy intervention improve quality of life? Does more education increase income? These are fundamental questions that are difficult to answer with standard observational approaches. The reason? Selection bias. Patients who are sick take medicine; patients who are sicker may take more medicine. Thus, one could observe that patients who take highly effective medicine have worse outcomes not because of any causal relationship but because sick people are the ones taking medicine. One way to account for selection bias is to use instrumental variables. An instrument must satisfy 3 key conditions: It must be correlated with the potentially endogenous treatment variable; It must have no direct effect on the outcome (other than through its impact on the probability of treatment); and It must be independent of the unmeasured confounders of the treatment–outcome relationship after … [Read more...] about Instrumental variables: Can I use patient level IVs to correct for endogeneity in patient characteristics?
Paul Farhi, The Washington Post Published 10:49 am PST, Sunday, March 3, 2019 With viewers increasingly able to screen out ads with digital video recorders or turning away altogether, TV stations have tried to find new ways to increase revenue. One answer has been magazine-style programs such as "Great Day Louisiana" that seamlessly blend the look of informational and news programming with outright salesmanship, leaving viewers to figure out which is which. less With viewers increasingly able to screen out ads with digital video recorders or turning away altogether, TV stations have tried to find new ways to increase revenue. One answer has been magazine-style programs ... more Photo: Manuel Breva Colmeiro/Getty Images Photo: Manuel Breva Colmeiro/Getty Images Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close … [Read more...] about Is it news you can use? An ad? Both? On some morning TV programs, it’s hard to tell
Jill Colvin, Associated Press Updated 6:55 pm PST, Monday, January 7, 2019 The Capitol is seen as the partial government shutdown lurches into a third week with President Donald Trump standing firm in his border wall funding demands, in Washington, Monday, Jan. 7, 2019. After no weekend breakthrough to end a prolonged shutdown, newly empowered House Democrats are planning to step up pressure on Trump and Republican lawmakers to reopen the government. less The Capitol is seen as the partial government shutdown lurches into a third week with President Donald Trump standing firm in his border wall funding demands, in Washington, Monday, Jan. 7, 2019. After no ... more Photo: J. Scott Applewhite, AP Photo: J. Scott Applewhite, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 The … [Read more...] about AP Explains: Can Trump use an emergency to build his wall?