Savvy Updates, 11/14/22: World Diabetes Day, Lilly’s Tempo D Management, Chemical “Tag” for Insulin, Dietary Fat, Vegan & T1D

World Diabetes Day is every year on November 14, first created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Foundation and the World Health Organization.  The day 14 November was chosen to commemorate the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, co-discoverer of Insulin along with Charles Best in 1922.  The blue circle is the global symbol for diabetes awareness and the logo … Read more

Gas stoves can leak cancer-causing chemical, even when turned off, study shows – National |

Gas stoves in California homes are leaking cancer-causing benzene, researchers found in a new study. Their findings add to a growing body of research that indicate that gas stoves may be hazardous for people’s health as well as the environment — and it’s not just affecting people in California. In the study, published in Environmental … Read more

Hair-straightening chemical products linked to increased uterine cancer risk – National |

Women who use hair-straightening chemicals are at higher risk for uterine cancer compared to those who don’t, a new study by the National Institutes of Health has found. The study, published this week, found that of the 33,497 participants, those who used chemical products designed to straighten their hair more than four times a year … Read more

MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE Bring Back The Parade To Minnesota [Review & Photo Gallery]

It has been over a decade since fans last saw My Chemical Romance perform in Minnesota. The band disbanded in 2013 and it seemed the black parade had packed up all its floats for good. What we have found out about modern day musical entities, nothing ever truly goes away, it just momentarily fades away until the … Read more

The chemical imbalance theory of depression is dead – but that doesn’t mean antidepressants don’t work | Christopher Davey

The chemical imbalance theory of depression is well and truly dead. A paper by Joanna Moncrieff and colleagues, longtime critics of the effectiveness of antidepressants, has caused a splash. The paper provides a summary of other summaries that confirm there is no evidence to support the idea that depression is caused by disturbance of the … Read more