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Pediatric Chiropractic, 2nd Edition

Pediatric Chiropractic, Second edition is a comprehensive resource that covers a wide range of information on pediatric chiropractic care.

An international panel of 42 experts contributed to this book. Among the many topics covered are: care during pregnancy and the perinatal period, subluxation, clinical and radiological examination, child abuse, adolescent health, spinal trauma, scoliosis, pediatric nutrition, vaccination issues, and full spine and cranial adjustments.

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Glycotoxicity: The diabetes-dementia connection

There are many mechanisms that are plausible with the association between diabetes and dementia. However, these factors may be, in fact, multifactorial and overlap with their associations. Like with any chronic disease, the underlying mechanisms are likely to be a combination of factors.
The mechanism behind the association between diabetes and dementia likely involves the involvement of chronic low-grade inflammation, oxidative stress, vascular damage, increased cerebral amyloid-beta peptides, hyperinsulinemia, brain insulin resistance and production of advanced glycation end-products.
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