TYPE 2 DIABETES
What works better than medication for diabetes patients? Regular work-out
Patients with type 2 diabetes should be prescribed physical activity to control blood sugar.
Walnuts a boon; can lower risk of depression, improve concentration
Depression scores were 26 per cent lower for walnut consumers.
Looking to lose weight? Artificial sweeteners may not help
Intake of non-sugar sweeteners makes no differences to body weight.
Avoid high fat diet: It can lead to life-threatening liver disease
High cholesterol diet may trigger changes in the immune system, leading to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
World Heart Day: Diabetics are more vulnerable to cardiac problems, lifestyle change can help
Many of the cardiovascular problems start early in life in people with diabetes and can go undetected.
Do you have food neophobia? You may be at higher risk of type 2 diabetes
The fear of new foods may lower the quality of a person's dietary intake.
Exposed to traffic noises for a prolonged period of time? It may up obesity risk
Sustained exposure to noise pollution is a widespread public health problem.
Walnut wonder: Eat this superfood to lose weight
A diet rich in walnuts may not increase the risk of obesity in healthy adults.
Attention, men! Diabetes may increase the risk of erectile dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is common in men suffering from type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Sleeping for less than six hours can be fatal, may up cancer risk in adults
Lack of sleep may also result in high blood pressure, type-2 diabetes and stroke.
Eat 5 portions of fruits, exercise 30-45 mins daily, and other lifestyle changes for a happy heart
Lifestyle has a considerable influence on the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases.
Daddy's diet matters: Poor eating habits can harm children
Lack of protein in a father's diet affects sperm quality which in turn impacts the long-term health of offsprings.
Sun Pharma recalls over 2,500 bottles of diabetes drug from US
The reason for recall is presence of foreign substance- one lot of these tablets contains foreign matter identified as a piece of rubber glove detected in one tablet.
7-8-hour sleep is the best: Snoozing too much can trigger diabetes and stroke risk
Sleeping for over ten hours or less than six hours a day is likely to cause metabolic syndrome - a cluster of conditions.
Find your job mentally tiring? It can increase risk of type-2 diabetes in women
Type-2 diabetes may lead to heart attacks, strokes, blindness and kidney failure.
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