Health headlines: Diabetes 'time bomb', Alzheimer's treatment, packaging chemical risk

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Diabetes warning - BBC
Hundreds of thousands of diabetes patients with high blood sugar levels could need urgent hospital treatment within years if their conditions are not better managed.
NHS faces 'diabetes time bomb'

Alzheimer's treatment - Daily Mirror
Scientists hope to develop a treatment for Alzheimer's from a compound found in cinnamon bark after finding it inhibits growth of plaques in the brain.
Cinnamon extract could stop Alzheimer's

Packaging chemical fears - Daily Mail
A chemical found in some food packaging may inhibit production of testosterone, a mouse study has suggested.
Could food-packaging chemical rob men of their sex appeal?

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