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 why do patients with diabetes mellitus develop hyperlipidemia

why do patients with diabetes mellitus develop hyperlipidemia

lipoprotein lipase is activated by insulin - therefore insulin resistance and/or insulin deficiency may result in extremely elevated triglyceride levels (occasionally more than 100 mmol/L); diabetic patients who develop extremely high levels of triglycerides may already have a pre-existing partial defect in triglyceride catabolism e. g. apo E2 homozygote - in this case may also develop striate palmar xanthomata and tuberoeruptive xanthomata type 1 diabetics are less likely to have hypertriglyceridaemia than type 2 diabetics - this is because insulin therapy is the rule in type 1 diabetes and other factors that predispose to hypertriglyceridaemia (such as diabetes, use of beta blocker and thiazides) are more common in type 2 diabetics in the liver NEFA are either completely oxidised,

 why public school is better than private school

why public school is better than private school

I agree that Public is better than Private. Education in Public is far more experienced than Private. There are various school activities that public school currently practicing. Public school more on experienced and has lesser cost. Students from the Public schools may developed their social Involvement because they are more open to try things. In private there are limitations, boundaries that will minimize the student's skills and capabilities. Children who are in public schools and private schools take a test called NAPLAN. Research is that kids in public schools did better than those in private schools. Proving that the teachers in public schools are providing a better education than those in private schools. Plus private schools cost a lot more than public schools. Private schooling

 why does my hand get numb when i sleep

why does my hand get numb when i sleep

Hand Numbness and Tingling, by David Katz, MD P P P P P P Do your hands ever go numb and tingly? Do you wake up at night with a dead hand and have to shake it out to get it to wake up? Do your hands fall asleep while driving a car or holding a cell phone? If so, then you may have increased pressure on a nerve in your palm a condition called Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. PPPPPPPPPPP Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is the most common cause of numbness and tingling in the hand. As a result of pressure on the median nerve, one may experience pain, weakness, and numbness in the hand and fingers. This typically affects some combination of the thumb, index, middle, and ring finger. The causes of carpal tunnel are varied, but most of the time there is no obvious reason. Women are more commonly affected

 why does my face always feel hot

why does my face always feel hot

Feels like your skin is burning as though you have a sunburn, but there is no real reason for your skin to be burning. The skin on your face may feel hot and burning, but there are no burn marks. The skin on your face may have a burning sensation even though there isn t any physical reason for it. Burning sensation in skin on face. Burning skin on face but no rash. This burning skin on the face sensation can affect one small spot on the face, a medium-sized patch, encompass a large area, or affect the entire face. This burning skin on the face sensation can affect the same spot over and over again, randomly change from location to location, or randomly change in size. This burning skin on the face sensation can occur rarely, frequently, or persist indefinitely. This burning skin on the

 why were the world trade centers attacked

why were the world trade centers attacked

The 9/11 Memorial opened on September 11, 2011, the 10th anniversary of the attacks. It is located on the western side of the former World Trade Center complex where the Twin Towers once stood. The Memorial was designed by two architects, Michael Arad and Peter Walker, whose proposal was selected in a design competition out of 5,201 submissions from 63 countries. The Memorial park surrounds two enormous reflecting pools set within the footprints of the North and South towers. This is where the towers used to stand. The pools feature 30-foot waterfalls Б the largest man-made waterfalls in North America. ...

 why my baby wont sleep at night

why my baby wont sleep at night

Remember when you used to lay down, close your eyes, and just sleep? Remember when Saturdays meant you could sleep in? Remember when you were woken up by an alarm clock rather than a crying baby? When baby doesn t sleep, no one sleeps, and while it is natural for young infants to wake frequently during the night, an older baby who s up all night can really start to wear down his parents. If your baby just isn t sleeping through the night, you re probably beginning to feel pretty desperate. You want to know Why won t my baby sleep? and, most importantly, How can I get my baby to sleep? There are many reasons why a baby won t sleep, but when your baby is blind you have even more issues to consider. We ve compiled five reasons why a baby might not sleep. Some of these problems are

 why my head is heavy and feeling dizzy

why my head is heavy and feeling dizzy

I have had heaviness in my head for the last three months. When I go into shops the lights feel heavy on my head, like I have to bend down and hold my head. I also feel slight dizziness. I do not feel well overall. I am sorry to hear that you have this problem, and I have to be honest and say that it can be difficult to get to the bottom of such symptoms. The difficulty for doctors in reaching a diagnosis in such a situation is because heaviness in the head and similar symptoms are not obviously associated with a particular disease process. The feeling of lights causing pressure on the top of your head comes into this category. Holding the head and associated slight dizziness can sometimes be associated with problems with the balance mechanism. In such cases the symptoms are usually much

 with whom are psychoanalytic theories of crime causation associated

with whom are psychoanalytic theories of crime causation associated

In 1879 psychology was established as a scientific discipline. Psychology emerged at a same time as criminology. The father of psychology was a German psychologist Wilhelm Wundt. Scientific methodologies, which were implemented in biological theories had many flaws, and the task was given to psychology to explain criminal behavior Theories to explain criminal behavior existed throughout history, but what is different about is that psychological theories include research of cognitive thinking or decision making processes that could explain why people choose to break a law in a particular situation. In general terms, psychologists are committed to the scientific study of human behavior, with its emphasis on hypotheses that can be tested using empirical and quantitative data in well

 why does the salt and ice challenge burn

why does the salt and ice challenge burn

Written by Sybil Millar, Communications Advisor for the Ross Tilley Burn Centre, Critical Care and Infectious Diseases programs at Sunnybrook. If you've been on Youtube in the past few years, chances are you've seen videos of people participating in various "challenges", like the cinnamon challenge, the banana Sprite challenge, the fire challenge and the mannequin challenge. You can add another one to the list: the salt and ice challenge, which involves putting salt and water on your skin (usually the arm or hand), and then seeing how long you can hold a piece of ice against it. Many people, particularly teens, have been recording themselves taking the challenge and then posting it on social media. Often, the people in the videos look to be in a fair amount of pain, showing off

 why is graphite soft and diamond hard

why is graphite soft and diamond hard

allotrope Allotropes are structurally different forms of an element. They differ in the way the atoms bond with each other and arrange themselves into a structure. Because of their different structures, allotropes have different physical and chemical properties. are forms of an element that exist in the same state (solid, liquid or gas) but have different properties because their atoms are arranged differently. Diamond is one allotrope of carbon. Its properties include: Diamond is used in jewellery because, when cut by experts, it will sparkle and reflect light in an attractive way. ...

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