Research found that the insulin preparations recorded a potency loss of no more than one percent — the same as in a control batch kept in cold storage.
COVID-19-triggered Mucormycosis: How is the fungal infection linked to Coronavirus, treatments, more
It is important to remember that Mucormycosis does not spread from person to person, it is not contagious.
Women hoping to prevent or manage obesity, diabetes or PCOS can adopt healthy lifestyle practices to avoid ill effects in the longer run.
Obesity in adult women linked to childhood abuse, social background more than in men, suggests study
The study sought to understand the social and environmental factors that contribute to obesity in men and women separately.
As far as things that can happen to the feet due to diabetes are concerned, amputation is pretty much the final and most extreme step.
COVID-19 patients with high blood sugar at higher risk of death even if they don’t have diabetes, study suggests
Researchers have found that the cumulative probability of mortality was significantly higher in patients with hyperglycemia - whether they had diabetes or not - as compared to those with normal blood sugar levels
Total diet replacements or TDRs are nutritionally balanced formula foods such as shakes, soups, ready-to-drink options, dehydrated meals, nutrition bars, porridge, or negative-calorie desserts that are supposed to replace your entire diet
The study says 12 minutes of short interval exercise in a day can provide cardiometabolic benefits by activating the body’s metabolites.
World Diabetes day: Everything that you need to know about gestational diabetes when you are pregnant
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus can affect the baby’s health, and raise the risk of type 2 diabetes later in life.
World Diabetes Day: Amidst Coronavirus pandemic, India needs to pay attention to Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
We know that prediabetes and diabetes affect approximately six million births in India alone, of which 90 percent are due to GDM.
A 2010 study suggests that cardiovascular complications are the major cause of death among 70 percent of patients with Type 2 diabetes
Chemicals that may be present in furniture, electronic devices can increase risk of diabetes, study suggests
The researchers used a mouse model to study the effects of long-term low dose transfer of PBDEs to offspring through the mother on the development of diabetes in adulthood
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic health condition that occurs when your body either does not produce enough insulin or is not able to use insulin well
Experts believe that while a family history of hypertension cannot be avoided, the other lifestyle risk factors can and must be regulated to keep hypertension at bay
The researchers behind this study gathered data from the Norwood general practice in North England between March 2013 and March 2019.
Occupational physical activity not same as work out, can increase risk of dementia by 55%, says study
It was found that participants with high occupational physical activity (OPA) levels had a dementia incidence rate of 1.48, which was significantly higher than in people who engaged only in leisure-time physical activity (LTPA) at home or at the gym
Future weight loss may be determined by brain's subnetwork, its link with gastrointestinal system, says study
A number of factors contribute to or may be the chief cause of obesity, including metabolism, cognition, eating behaviours and the state of the gut microbiome.
People with congenital heart disease may not be at high risk of developing severe symptoms of COVID-19, suggests study
The scientists from the Congenital Heart Disease Centre at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons conducted a review study on 7,000 individuals who were born with congenital heart disease
Mindfulness is the ability of a human to be fully present and aware of where the person is and what they are doing without getting overwhelmed by any of the situations they find themselves in.
Imbalances in hormones can have numerous biological consequences and recent studies have linked such disruptions with increased cancer risks.