Find and punish: Poor dogs badly beaten and with their legs and muzzles duct-taped

Health advice is all around for a good reason. People are pushing their ideas because there is a demand for it. It is more than just interesting material to many people; often it is crucial information we all need to be made aware of.

Your health and well-being become a more relevant issue with each passing day. Nobody is getting any younger, and few of us are preparing for being older. You need to invest in your health every single day. A little goes a long way, especially when you consider the benefits you will gain and the health problems you will prevent.

It is not just about feeling better, being at the right weight, and having the freedom to eat whatever foods you like as opposed to being shackled by hypertension and Type 2 diabetes and their issues and inconveniences. It is about preventing what can...

put you in a hospital bed,
demand an emergency procedure, and potentially bring about an early death.
First, it starts with your weight. The majority of health problems affecting adults these days has to do with excess body fat. You may think it is trivial to consider as you only put on a "couple" of pounds in a year. The difference this makes may appear to be insignificant. However, at this pace, ten years causes quite a bit of damage. Poor nutrition and an inactive lifestyle add insult to injury.
Consider for the second half of this timeline you have elevated blood sugar, which may be due to prediabetes or perhaps your issue has progressed on to Type 2 diabetes. Now that is a lot of years of damage to your body. You are not getting any younger, and by neglecting your health in this manner, would also mean you will not enjoy good health in later life.

What has been mentioned above is an example, and only some of it may apply to you. Nevertheless, the principle remains. Will you take care of your well-being from today? You need to invest in your health, because if you don't, you may pay for it dearly...

your kidneys,
your liver,
your heart, even
your brain could suffer through a stroke or dementia.
Taking care of your health one day at a time will add up. Even a small detail like...
taking the stairs at work instead of riding the elevator or escalator whenever you step outside your office or workplace,
skipping your afternoon snack,
parking your car towards the back of the car park at the shopping center and walking to the shops instead of parking close to the entrance, and
cooking your dinner instead of eating processed food
will make a difference. You can count on it.
Although managing your disease can be very challenging, Type 2 diabetes is not a condition you must just live with. You can make simple changes to your daily routine and lower both your weight and your blood sugar levels. Hang in there, the longer you do it, the easier it gets.

The Mercer County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information after two dogs were found badly beaten and with their legs and muzzles duct-taped.

Officials said the abuse was reported Dec. 16 in the Duncan community near Grapevine and Bohon roads.

Police say the dogs suffered severe injuries.

The Mercer County Crime Stoppers is seeking information on the case. You can leave information with them at 859-812-0016.

Authorities also are asking anyone with information about the case to call the Mercer County Sheriff at 859-734-4221.
Physical activity is known to be one way of preventing or controlling Type 2 diabetes and pregnancy-related diabetes which is known as Gestational diabetes. One reason for this could be a protective effect of muscle tissue. Scientists at St. Marianna University in Kawasaki, Japan, found a link between low muscle mass and insulin resistance.

Their study, reported on in November of 2018 in Endocrinology Journal, included 96 pregnant women with an average age of 34 years, diagnosed with Gestational diabetes. Their body mass index (BMI) averaged 22 kg/meter squared or an average healthy weight. Women with the lowest amount of muscle mass had the highest amount of insulin resistance. The researchers concluded building up muscle tissue rather than just adjusting body weight, could be important for preventing or controlling Gestational diabetes.

In September of 2018, the journal Clinical Science reported on a study that underscores the need for muscle mass to prevent Gestational diabetes. Investigators at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, and several other research facilities in Chile and the United States, found microscopic RNA (ribonucleic acid), which plays a part in regulating genes, was programmed to lower insulin sensitivity in the muscles of women with diagnosed with diabetes during their pregnancy.

The microscopic RNA found in packages called exosomes originates in the placenta of pregnant women...

exosomes taken from women with Gestational diabetes lowered sugar taken up by muscles when given to participants with normal blood sugar levels.
when exosomes from healthy women were assigned to women diagnosed with Gestational diabetes, their muscles began to take up more sugar.
From these results, the investigators concluded exosomes could affect insulin sensitivity in healthy women and women who have been diagnosed with diabetes during their pregnancy...
deoxyribonucleic acid, abbreviated DNA makes up our genes, determining what we are. It is found in the nucleus of the cell and is made up of long sugar molecules and smaller molecules known as bases.
RNA forms itself along DNA molecules, getting its sequence of bases according to those of the DNA. RNA then goes out into the rest of the cell, or, in the case of exosomes, outside the cell to do the bidding of the DNA.
Once the particular DNA sequence coded for Gestational diabetes is known it might be possible to design a protein to cover that sequence so the RNA would not be able to attach itself. In the meantime, the best way known for preventing or controlling diabetes of pregnancy is to maintain a healthy weight and gain only the recommended amount of weight during pregnancy.

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