TYPE 2 DIABETES
Science shows that chocolate may actually delay diabetes
Certain compounds found in cocoa can help your body release more insulin.
Suffering from diabetes? Five apps to help you manage your lifestyle better
From providing personalised meal plans to connecting you to diabe...
Stem cells may help reverse Type 2 diabetes
Timothy Kieffer, a professor simulated Type 2 diabetes in mice by putting them on a high-fat, hig...
Ban 'white' from your life: Avoid the diabetic bombs - flour, sugar and salt
Instead of living life in suffering, inject a holistic concept in your life and look at ways to eradicate this disease.
313 million women may be diabetic by 2040: These preventive practices can help
Young girls, who are physically active and nutritionally aware, will not only improve their long-term health outcomes, but will also ensure the well-being of their family.
World Diabetes Day: Why it is important to empower women with the right information & technologies to win against the disease
With more than 70 million people diagnosed with the disease, India has the second largest population with diabetes in the world.
Diabetes can lead to hypoglycaemia - know the symptoms and act promptly
In hypoglycaemia, blood glucose levels drops below 70 mg/dl with symptoms and below 60 mg/dl without symptoms.
Do you get bullied at work? You may be vulnerable to diabetes
Bullying and violence can affect personal resources, such as self-esteem and the ability to cope.
CCI starts probe on alleged price fixing of key anti diabetic drugs
Emcure also did not respond to an email query as of press time while USV remained unreachable for a comment.
Diabetes devices move from sharp fingerpricks to slick tech
For the winners, the potential market is huge. Diabetes device sales totaled $14 billion in the US last year.
AstraZeneca Pharma India gets DCGI nod to market diabetes drug
The product is indicated as an adjunct therapy to diet and exercise to improve glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes, AstraZeneca Pharma India said in a statement.
Diabetes drug could extend lifespan
Patients treated with a drug widely prescribed for type 2 diabetes can live longer than people without the condition, a study has shown.
'Dimpi' to the rescue of diabetics (Health Feature)
Kolkata, Feb 16 (IANS) In a breakthrough that could transform the despair of diabetics into dimples of relief, Indian scientists have designed an insulin-like oral substance, nicknamed "Dimpi", which they claim can be used to tackle both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Overweight and diabetic? Don't go for drastic weight-loss, take one step at a time
Start taking steps to live a healthier life and keep diabetes at bay.
Zydus Cadila gets USFDA nod to market 4 generic products
Pharma firm Zydus Cadila today said it has received final approvals from the US health regulator to market four generic products in America.
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