This article will dig into the science as to whether sugar is actually linked to or causes diabetes. The answer is probably not.
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The BCG vaccine, usually used to prevent tuberculosis, will be starting a new phase 2 clinical trial to treat diabetes in children.
New published research shows that children have a significantly higher risk of type 1 diabetes after COVID-19. Another reason for vaccines.
The 100 year old BCG vaccine, which prevents tuberculosis, may be useful in treating cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and type 1 diabetes.
Debunking the myth that Big Pharma has a secret cure for type 1 diabetes so that they can sell more expensive insulin.
Here we go again, anti-vaxxers are now claiming that COVID-19 vaccines cause type 1 or 2 diabetes. I don’t think I’m over-exaggerating when I say that each new day brings a new claim about COVID-19 vaccines that is easily debunked.
At least I can find the reason, albeit requiring some contortions of logic and science, behind this claim. However, typical of anti-vaxxers, they take it several steps too far.
Anti-vaxxers have tried and failed, to link vaccines with type 1 diabetes. And we know that COVID-19 itself might increase the risk of type 1 diabetes. But is there a link between COVID-19 vaccines either type of diabetes? No.Read More »Do COVID-19 vaccines cause diabetes? No, just another anti-vax myth
Well, if you need another reason to get the COVID-19 vaccine, then it should be that the disease itself may increase the risk of type 1 diabetes. Along with many other long-term health issues, some people may develop type 1 diabetes after an acute COVID-19 infection.
I want to briefly discuss this consequence of the disease because the long-term healthcare issues resulting from a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes are deeply concerning.Read More »COVID-19 linked to type 1 diabetes – another reason for the vaccine