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Why Early Psychological Attention for Type 2 Diabetics Could Contribute to Metabolic Control

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Fatty Acid Metabolism Disorder as a Factor in Atherogenesis

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Post-intensive care syndrome: An overview

replacement therapy, and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), prior cognitive impairment (older age, preexisting cognitive deficits, premorbid health conditions). [ 8 - 12] Psychiatric illnesses The risk of developing psychological disability after discharge from intensive care, ranges from one to sixty two percent (%) in the form of depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) [ 6 , 12 - 15 ] The risk factors are same as for cognitive impairment and also include the female gender, lower education level, preexisting disability, and the use of

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Diet and Lifestyle Guidelines for Diabetes: Evidence Based Ayurvedic Perspective

conventional diet in subjects with Type 2 diabetes. Diabet Med 28: 549-59, 2011. 34. Erejuwa OO, Sulaiman SA, Wahab MS. Honey-a novel antidiabetic agent. Int J Biol Sci 8: 913-934, 2012. 35. Erejuwa OO. The use of honey in diabetes mellitus: is it beneficial or detrimental? Int J Endocrinol Metab 10: 444-445, 2012. 36. Baldi A, Choudhary N, Kumar S. Nutraceuticals as therapeutic agents for holistic treatment of diabetes. Int J Green Pharm 7: 278-87, 2013. 37. Hari K, Baruah MM. Nutritional endocrine disorders. J

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Targeting modulation of noradrenalin release in the brain for amelioration of REMS loss-associated effects

, Mallick BN. Presence of alpha-1 norepinephrinergic and GABA-A receptors on medial preoptic hypothalamus thermosensitive neurons and their role in integrating brainstem ascending reticular activating system inputs in thermoregulation in rats. Neuroscience 2009;158:833-44. 80. Raskind MA, Peskind ER, HoffDJ, Hart KL, Holmes HA, Warren D, et al. A parallel group placebo controlled study of prazosin for trauma nightmares and sleep disturbance in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Biol Psychiatry 2007;61:928-34. 81. Hilakivi I

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Hepatic encephalopathy in patients in Lviv (Ukraine)

hematopoietic disorders that could alter cardiovascular condition. Patients still consuming alcohol at the time of inclusion in the study were also excluded. Patients with drug-induced encephalopathy. Patients suffering from any other conditions causing encephalopathy. Patients with severe complications of liver disease, including hepato-renal syndrome, gastrointestinal bleeding, bacterial infection, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis; patients who undergo treatment with systemic antibiotics, probiotics or norfloxacin for selective gut decontamination, any

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Periaqueductal gray and emotions: the complexity of the problem and the light at the end of the tunnel, the magnetic resonance imaging

. Bales KL. Parenting in Animals. Curr Opin Psychol 15, 93-98, 2017. Bandler R, Shipley MT. Columnar organization in the midbrain periaqueductal gray: modules for emotional expression? Trends Neurosci 17, 379-389, 1994. Bandler R, Keay KA, Floyd N, Price J. Central circuits mediating patterned autonomic activity during active vs. passive emotional coping. Brain Res Bull 53, 95-104, 2000. Barba-Muller E, Craddock S, Carmona S, Hoekzema E. Brain plasticity in pregnancy and the postpartum period: links to maternal caregiving

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Bidirectional asymmetry in the neurovisceral communication for the cardiovascular control: New insights

-7)/Mas axis: A new target to reduce the cardiovascular risk to emotional stress. Neuropeptides 56, 9–17, 2016. Fujiwara Y, Kubo M, Kohata Y, Yamagami H, Tanigawa T, Watanabe K, Watanabe T, Tominaga K, Arakawa T. Association between left-handedness and gastrointestinal symptoms. Digestion 84, 114–118, 2011. Gao J, Marc Y, Iturrioz X, Leroux V, Balavoine F, Llorens-Cortes C. A new strategy for treating hypertension by blocking the activity of the brain renin-angiotensin system with aminopeptidase A inhibitors. Clin Sci (Lond) 127, 135–148, 2014

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Central and peripheral control of food intake

the liver to control spontaneous meal size in rats. Am J Physiol 264, R116-R122, 1993. Gerozissis K. Brain insulin and feeding: a bi-directional communication. Eur J Pharmacol 490, 59-70, 2004. Ghatei MA, Uttenthal LO, Christofides ND, Bryant MG, Bloom SR. Molecular forms of human enteroglucagon in tissue and plasma: plasma responses to nutrient stimuli in health and in disorders of the upper gastrointestinal tract. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 57, 488-495, 1983. Gonthier MP, Hoareau L, Festy F, Matias I, Valenti M, Bes

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