TYPE 2 DIABETES
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.
Suffering from type 2 diabetes? New treatments can help control blood glucose level
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Don't skip breakfast; it can increase chance of diabetes by 33 per cent
People who skip the first meal of the day at least four times a week are at a 55% higher risk of contracting the disease.
Why cheat days are a big no if you are following the keto diet
The keto diet has become very common for weight loss or to manage diseases like type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes in women can trigger depression & frequent UTIs
Diabetes affects women differently than men.
How glossing over dietary habits will prevent India from staying fit
Focus of fitness campaigns tends to be on exercise. But India’s biggest disease burden stems from its diet.
Sajjala Bio to begin clinical trials on diabetes drug
In a statement, the Hyderabad-based company that reported Rs 15 crore of revenue last fiscal year, said it would soon take up clinical studies on the drug.
Recently diagnosed with diabetes? This diet chart will make life easy
Adjusting to changing meal patterns can be a challenge for diabetics working long hours.
How insulin therapy is proving to be a boon for type-1 diabetics
However, improper choice of injection site, technique including reuse of needles might lead to compromised outcomes.
Loss of vision, kidney failure and stroke: Diabetes can have serious complications
Type 2 diabetes can also affect large blood vessels, causing nerve damage, heart attack, or vessel blockage in legs.
Exercise caution, Type 2 diabetes may be a sign of pancreatic cancer
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most fatal cancers, with a five-year survival rate of only eight per cent.
More browns: Whole grain foods like rye, oats or wheat may prevent type 2 diabetes
Drinking coffee and avoiding red meat may similarly reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Pharma may see a price war in good news for diabetics
Glenmark launches a drug at almost half the price of those offered by rivals.
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