People with diabetes may have a new way to indicate their blood sugar level is too high or too low, by turning to our trusty canine friends, after researchers have found that dogs can help with hypoglycemia monitoring.
The study, published in PLOS ONE, is the first of its kind to analyze whether trained dogs can accurately and consistently serve as an "early-warning system" to monitor blood sugar levels for their owners and notify them when the levels are too high or low. Researchers then collected data from the owners to analyze whether the dogs were accurately able to respond to their owners' hypoglycemic levels, and also whether the owners experienced better blood sugar control and wider benefits. Additionally, the owners' data showed that the dogs notified them with "significant accuracy" during times of both low and high blood sugar. The study authors note that although dogs respond to their owners' high or low blood sugar levels, they cannot be entirely sure how they do this. They say their study confirms that trained detection dogs perform above the chance level, which is the level that would be expected if random choices were made.
Researchers recently revealed that they are creating a method for dogs to sniff out ovarian cancer. Tips on How to Stop Your Dog from BitingBeware - Not All Advertised Dog Rescues Really Are! KP occurs when there are excessive keratin buildups that block the opening of hair follicle.


On face, the physical symptom of KP (especially its acne like bumps) can resemble the symptom of acne. The blocked hair follicle’s opening is also the major reason of acne, but it has nothing to do with keratin. Acne is usually caused by the excessive sebum (oil) that comes on to the surface of the skin through tiny pores where hair grows.
In general, the more sebum (oil) that come on to your skin surface, the worse acne is likely to be! Another common skin condition that can be one of differential diagnosis for keratosis pilaris is atopic dermatitis, a chronic (long-term) skin condition that usually involves itchy and scaly rashes.
Interestingly, both atopic dermatitis and keratosis pilaris can get worse by the same factor (low humidity or other things that can worsen dry skin). But in general, most theories are talking about the combination of different factors – from genetic issues to environmental factors.
However in a few cases, it may coexist with other health conditions such as pachyonychia congenital, steatocystoma multiplex, or hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia. But rare variants of this chicken condition can affect face, scalp, eyebrows, or even the entire body.


The oil can mix with other bad things such as dead skin cells, which then will trigger and cause acne. Furthermore, both skin problems are also more likely to occur in individuals with dry skin!
Typically, the problem starts with clusters of white-headed acne or small-red bumps surrounding the affected hair follicles. You may also feel a burning sensation on the affected skin that may come with pain or tenderness. These include seborrheic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, nummular eczema, and dyshidrotic eczema. A few cysts usually present on the affected skin, but sometime there may be numbering in the hundreds.




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