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Handgrip can detect people at high diabetes risk: Study

Handgrip can detect people at high diabetes risk: Study

Reduced muscular strength, which can be measured by handgrip strength, has consistently been linked to early death, cardiovascular diseas...Read More

Use of artificial sweeteners may up diabetes risk

Use of artificial sweeteners may up diabetes risk

Melbourne: Using artificial sweeteners may be associated with a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a review of studi...Read More

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

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

Statins may up diabetes risk in older women

Statins may up diabetes risk in older women

Brisbane: Older women, over 75, taking statins — cholesterol-lowering drugs — may be at 33 per cent increased risk of developing diabetes...Read More

Living on high altitude curbs diabetes risk

Living on high altitude curbs diabetes risk

London: A major risk factor for development of heart diseases, strokes and diabetes is lower in people who live at higher altitudes, says...Read More

Sit less, move more to cut the heart risk

Sit less, move more to cut the heart risk

New York: Living a sedentary life can be a potentially independent risk factor for heart disease and stroke, warns a study, suggesting to...Read More

Excess, insufficient sleep may raise diabetes risk in men

Excess, insufficient sleep may raise diabetes risk in men

London: Men who sleep either fewer or more hours than average may face a greater risk of developing diabetes, a new study has warned. In ...Read More

Low birth weight ups Type 2 diabetes risk

Low birth weight ups Type 2 diabetes risk

New York: Children born with low birth weight due to genetic factors are at increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, finds a new study.

Beware! Artificial sweeteners may harm your health

Beware! Artificial sweeteners may harm your health

Toronto: Are you turning to artificial sweeteners or other sugar substitutes to lose weight? Although these sweeteners may help obese ind...Read More

Low testosterone may up diabetes risk

Low testosterone may up diabetes risk

Washington: Scientists have for the first time discovered how low testosterone raises diabetes risk in men, after they found that the mal...Read More

10 pc of pregnant woman at gestational diabetes risk

10 pc of pregnant woman at gestational diabetes risk

New Delhi: One of the most common health problems related to pregnancy, Gestational Diabetes, takes its toll on 10 percent of expectant m...Read More

Grapeseed oil can lower heart disease, diabetes risk

Grapeseed oil can lower heart disease, diabetes risk

New York: A diet rich in a fatty acid that is essential for nutrition and found in grapeseed and other oils but not in olive oil may lowe...Read More

Eat barley to beat diabetes risk

Eat barley to beat diabetes risk

Washington D.C.: Barley has come to our rescue as a recent study reveals that it can rapidly improve people’s health by reducing blood su...Read More

Maternal obesity, diabetes putting kids at autism risk

Maternal obesity, diabetes putting kids at autism risk

Washington: A team of researchers has found out that women, who are obese and have diabetes during the time of their pregnancy, are four ...Read More

‘Social jetlag’ may up heart disease, diabetes risk

‘Social jetlag’ may up heart disease, diabetes risk

Washington: Routine sleep changes such as waking up early for work during the week may raise the risk of developing metabolic problems su...Read More

Prenatal exposure to famine ups diabetes risk

Prenatal exposure to famine ups diabetes risk

New York: Children born during times of famine are at an increased risk of developing diabetes later in adulthood, says a new study.

Coffee puts BP patients at heart attack, diabetes risk

Coffee puts BP patients at heart attack, diabetes risk

London: If you are young and suffering from mild hypertension, it is time to shun your love for coffee. According to a research, coffee d...Read More

Daylight saving risk to diabetics?

Daylight saving risk to diabetics?

New York: The twice annual ritual of setting clocks for daylight saving time can affect diabetics adversely, especially those who use ins...Read More

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