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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.
Drugmakers launch cut-price versions of type 2 diabetes medicine
Dozens of Indian drugmakers have launched cut-price versions of teneliglipti...
New compound may help treat type-2 diabetes
The new technique may enable researchers to quickly find drug candidates that activate cellular r...
Suffering from diabetes? Eating legumes may help
Due to these unique nutritional qualities, eating legumes regularly can help improve human health.
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.
Adding broccoli to your diet will help keep diabetes under control
Type 2 diabetes affects more than 300 mn people globally, and as many as 15% of those patients cannot take the first-line therapy .
Diabetes drug may help reduce heart and kidney disease risk
Type 2 diabetes, which affects around 450 million people worldwide, also increases the risks of stroke and heart attack.
More effective drugs for diabetes in the offing
New research at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis suggests a different strategy: slowing the production of glucose in the liver.
Beware: Babies born to mothers with diabetes are bigger
Placenta in fetuses of diabetic mothers have changes in their blood vessels & are large; therefore they receive more blood supply.
Do you work night shifts? Diabetes could be harder to control
The study shows that night shift work is associated with an increased risk for the development of diabetes.
Sugar intake under control? Now, watch the salt you eat to keep diabetes away
A new study finds that salt also plays an important role when it comes to diabetes.
You can beat diabetes! Strict diet, exercise and drugs to your rescue
Patients were put on a strict diet, exercise regime and given a combination of drugs and insulin jabs in study on diabetes care.
Know the warning signs of diabetes
Diabetes is often called the 'silent killer' because of its easy-to-miss signs, but ability to wreck havoc through multiple organ damage.
Even a single meal of pizza can increase your chances of diabetes
Study showed that a single high-fat meal sufficed to rcause insulin resistance, and increase the fat content of the liver.
Get a regular eye check-up! It not only protects your vision, but can also help detect cancer, diabetes
Eye doctors are among the first to spot underlying health problems, here are some illnesses that doctors may find when they examine your eyes.