diabetes

A good news for coffee lovers!

Drinking coffee may stimulate the body's own fat-fighting defences, which could be the key to tackling obesity and diabetes, a study claims.

Indore: Diabetes; A ticking time bomb for Madhya Pradesh

Indore: Diabetes; A ticking time bomb for Madhya Pradesh

Indore: Madhya Pradesh is sitting on diabetes time bomb with 21.5 per cent of people in urban areas are diagnosed pre-diabetic while 18.5...Read More

All Indian diabetic women, take note

All Indian diabetic women, take note

New Delhi: Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in Asia — led by India and China — and has dramatically increased the risk of premat...Read More

On keto diet? Better stay away from ‘cheat day’

Toronto: Having just a plate of fries or a bottle of soda while following a ‘keto diet’ may damage your blood vessels, say scientists who...Read More

Key to growing human blood vessels found

Key to growing human blood vessels found

Washington: Researchers have discovered an ingredient vital for proper blood vessel formation that may help develop better treatments for...Read More

Bhopal: Health awareness is essential

Bhopal: Health awareness is essential

Bhopal: Telecom Women’s Welfare Organisation on Monday organised a lecture programme on ‘prevention and remedy of diabetes’ by Dr RH Lata...Read More

Ujjain: Cancer treatment through ‘Jyotish Vidya’ discussed

Ujjain: Participants of the three-day Jyotish Mahasammelan, which is being organised here at Hotel Avika, Fazalpura under the aegis of Ma...Read More

Optimism likely to cut diabetes risk in women: Study

Optimism likely to cut diabetes risk in women: Study

Washington: Positive personality traits such as optimism may help reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a study conducted on pos...Read More

Fried chicken, fish could lead to early death: Study

Fried chicken, fish could lead to early death: Study

Regularly eating fried chicken or fish is associated with a higher risk of death from any cause, specifically heart-related mortality, ac...Read More

Why diabetics should own a dog

London: Trained dogs have the potential to vastly improve the quality of life of people living with Type 1 diabetes by helping them regul...Read More

Indore: People come to know of diabetes after visiting eye doctor

Indore: People come to know of diabetes after visiting eye doctor

Indore: Most patients suffering from diabetes learn about the disease only after seeing an ophthalmologist for problem in vision. “Diabet...Read More

You are wasting your time on the gym floor

You are wasting your time on the gym floor

Washington: One of the top New Year resolutions every January is to lose weight. While people may leave behind a number of things on thei...Read More

2 meals a day, morning walk help reduce diabetes, obesity: Expert

Mumbai: With the rising numbers of citizens becoming obese, the brand ambassador of anti-obesity and diabetes drive, Maharashtra and also...Read More

Ujjain: Dr. Vijay Garg shares do’s & don’ts of diabetes

Ujjain: Dr. Vijay Garg shares do’s & don’ts of diabetes

World Diabetes Day will be observed globally on Wednesday and several awareness programmes will be held to inform the citizens about this...Read More

Skip the park, pedal at your desk

Skip the park, pedal at your desk

New York: Do you have a sitting job? Having a pedalling desk can mitigate health risks such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease posed ...Read More

Diabetes may be detected 20 years before diagnosis

Tokyo: Early signs of Type-2 diabetes can be detected 20 years before diagnosis, according to a new research.  Researchers from Aizawa Ho...Read More

Why you should not take diabetes lightly

Why you should not take diabetes lightly

London: Diabetes can increase the risk of developing a number of cancers, and may reduce the chances of survival in cancer patients, a st...Read More

Study shows Type-2 diabetics at high risk of lung disease

Study shows Type-2 diabetics at high risk of lung disease

London: People with Type-2 diabetes may be more at risk of developing restrictive lung disease (RLD) characterized by breathlessness, tha...Read More

Working over 45 hours a week may up diabetes risk in women

Toronto: Clocking over 45 working hours in a week can increase the risk of diabetes in women, a study has found. The study, published in ...Read More

Diabetes drug can reverse deadly lung disorder

Diabetes drug can reverse deadly lung disorder

Washington: A drug used to treat diabetes can reverse a fatal lung disorder, scientists have found for the first time. Despite significan...Read More