TYPE 2 DIABETES
Are you diabetic? Heart problems are a major cause of concern
Type 2 diabetes, which is the most common type of diabetes, occurs mostly in people who are overweight or obese.
World Health Day: Insufficient sleep and wrong lifestyle choices can push you towards diabetes
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Stay away from freakshakes: Sugary drinks ups risk of developing type 2 diabetes
Consuming as few as two servings of sugar-sweetened beverages a week could be harmful.
Is your child struggling to sleep? They might be at a higher risk of developing diabetes
Sleep duration was also inversely related to insulin, insulin resistance and blood glucose.
Binge drinking as a teenager can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes in women
Binge drinking was defined as drinking four or more standard drinks of beer, wine or spirits per occasion for women.
Google searches can help you track Type 2 Diabetes more effectively
People choose to self-diagnose illnesses using the Internet, instead of consulting family or doctors, the search engine said.
World Pneumonia Day: Don't ignore minor signs; visit a doctor if sharp chest pain, dry cough persist
Lata Mangeshkar is suffering from pneumonia along with left ventricular failure.
Spending too much time in the kitchen? Pollution-causing fumes may up heart attack risk
Exposure to indoor air pollution may even up stroke risk.
Breakfast club: A glass of milk a day keeps diabetes away
Drinking milk for breakfast can lower blood sugar levels.
Eat walnuts to ward off diabetes risk
New York, June 28 (IANS) Consuming walnuts -- rich in antioxidants -- may nearly halve the risk of developing Type-2 diabetes compared to those who do not eat nuts, finds a study representing more than 34,000 adults.
Are you diabetic? Having almonds may reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases
Almond consumption as part of a healthy diet may help improve glycemic and cardiovascular measures and lead to better health.
Attention, men! Your wife's BMI can up diabetes risk
Currently, type-2 diabetes affects over 400 million people worldwide, a study has found.
Fasting every other day to lose weight? It may up diabetes risk
Intermittent fasting every other day impairs the action of sugar-regulating hormone.
Shed the belly fat: It is a predictor of heart disease, diabetes and certain cancers
Visceral fat is linked to many types of inflammation in the body.
India gets its first 'weekly' injectible drug for Type 2 diabetes
Out of the two types of diabetes, it is believed that Type 2 diabetes occurs in 80% to 90% of the patients worldwide.
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