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Screening data shows 8.4% incidence of diabetes, 10% of hypertension

This is the first time data from the screening of more than 35 crore people has been published Data from the largest screening programme in...

Insulin levels of juvenile diabetics fall for 7 yrs, then stabilise

The "seven year switch" in falling insulin levels could hold the key to new ways to manage Type I diabetes The decline in insulin production...

Battling weight? Blame it on fat metabolism errors

Individuals who cannot metabolise fats may need more intensive lifestyle changes Protracted weight gain can, may be a result of impaired fat metabolism. A new study...

Electric stimulation of brain can help in diabetes

Scientists have found stimulation of some areas of the brain can lead to better blood sugar controlElectric stimulation of the brain can regulate the...

Fasting to lose weight? You could end up with diabetes

Intermittent fasting to lose weight can increase the risk of diabetes Fasting may make you lose weight but it also increases your risk of diabetes. According...

High-intensity workout helps blood sugar control in diabetes

High-intensity workout improves blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes A six week high-intensity workout programme, CrossFit™ leads to improved blood sugar levels...

ICMR issues guidelines for Diabetes after a decade

India is home to the second highest number of diabetes patients in the world. ICMR today issued standard treatment guidelines against diabetes after almost a...

Eating eggs regularly won’t increase heart disease risk

Heart disease risk is not increased by regular consumption of eggs in those with pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes If you love your eggs and...

High BP, diabetes in family risk for childhood obesity

Obesity, hypertension and diabetes could affect both early onset and severity of childhood obesity A family history of metabolic diseases could be a risk factor...

“Diet” products lead to diabetes and obesity too

Artificial sweeteners used in these, are one of the most common food additives worldwide If you are concerned about your waist line and fizzy drinks...

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