TYPE 2 DIABETES
Belly fat bringing you down? Lower risk of age-related diseases by burning it
The human body's ability to generate energy by burning the belly fat reduces with age.
Fact-check: Diabetes is killing Indians; control your weight, diet to delay condition
By 2030, the number of people expected to suffer from T...
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Unable to afford insulin? This WHO initiative aims at helping diabetics by slashing prices
There are currently more than 420 million diabetic adults in the world.
World Diabetes Day: Diabetic shock can lead to seizures, coma: Never skip or delay a meal, eat enough
Visit a doctor if you feel irritable, anxious, and have disrupted sleep.
What is Sleeveballoon? New device that can treat Type 2 diabetes, obesity
Sleeveballoon is a device that combines a balloon with a connected sleeve.
Dealing with type-2 diabetes? Weight loss during the first five years may help you recover
Type 2 diabetes affects 400 million people worldwide and increases the risk of heart disease.
Why India should seriously pay attention to its children's pre-diabetes
A new national survey shows 10% of children are at risk of developing diabetes. Policies must focus on getting them to eat right and exercise. In 2016, diabetes was directly responsible for 1.6 million deaths around the world, according to the WHO. The new data comes even as India is struggling with a diabetic population of over 72 million.
Diabetes health insurance is expensive. Here's a 4-point guide to manage related costs
Diabetes-specific plans are expensive. The downside of generic health plans is the longer waiting period. Besides the price it exacts on your health, diabetes also places enormous strain on finances. Find out ways to mitigate the financial burden.
How tall are you? Experts say shorter women at 33% higher risk of type-2 diabetes
The association of height with diabetes risk appeared to be stronger among normal-weight individuals.
Give me some sunshine: Most Indians have vitamin D deficiency
Vitamin D deficiency can put people at risk of having hypertension and diabetes.
Don't turn to carbs on cheat days; it can spike blood sugar levels and increase risk of heart disease
The ketogenic diet promotes weight loss as well.
Unable to keep blood sugar under control? Include nuts, lean meat & green veggies in your diet
Type-2 diabetes patients must stick to a low carb diet.
Diabetes increases risk of heart failure - and it affects women more than men
Diabetic women experience a range of challenges.
Mums-to-be, put that cup of coffee away; excess caffeine may impair baby's liver
Insulin-like growth factor plays an important role in childhood growth.
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