Aspirin & diabetes
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Aspirin 6 g/day to 8 g/day reduces high blood levels of glucose, insulin and triglycerides associated with insulin resistance in rodents, Minsheng Yuan, MD/PhD, Harvard Medical School, et al., report in Aug. 31 Science. Although dose is toxic compared with therapeutic 650 mg, reversal of insulin resistance via salicylate anti-inflammatory activity points to inflammatory etiology of condition and resulting type II diabetes, researchers note
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