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Evidence suggests coronavirus may trigger diabetes in non-diabetic patients; healthy diet, exercise advised to thwart threat to life
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Evidence suggests coronavirus may trigger diabetes in non-diabetic patients; healthy diet, exercise advised to thwart threat to life

There is increasing evidence that otherwise healthy people are at risk of developing diabetes after they contract the novel coronavirus

Signs of Type-2 Diabetes can be seen in genes of children as young as 8 years of age, say researchers from University of Bristol
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Signs of Type-2 Diabetes can be seen in genes of children as young as 8 years of age, say researchers from University of Bristol

People may have different genetically inherited metabolic markers in their body which can depict the possibility of type 2 diabetes in the future, a research study found.

How low thyroid hormone increases your risk of diabetes
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How low thyroid hormone increases your risk of diabetes

Research published in the journal Hindawi in 2018 stated that 11% of the total Indian population is suffering from hypothyroidism.

Five natural substitutes for sugar to satisfy sweet cravings without the side effects
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Five natural substitutes for sugar to satisfy sweet cravings without the side effects

Five natural sugar substitutes which will satisfy sweet cravings without all the side-effects, they are, coconut sugar, date sugar, honey, maple syrup, monk fruit

Want to slow down the biological clock? Practice mindful eating, exercise regularly and sleep well
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Want to slow down the biological clock? Practice mindful eating, exercise regularly and sleep well

Your health is an investment, what you do in your 20s and 30s has an impact on how you will look and feel in your 50s and 60s, and research shows that the earlier you start to care, the better the results will be

Obesity affects men and women differently
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Obesity affects men and women differently

Research has found that women are at higher risk of genetic obesity, though obese men are more likely to have kidney failure and start smoking.

Study finds that sweetened drinks cause more harm than eating sugary foods
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Study finds that sweetened drinks cause more harm than eating sugary foods

Five researchers found in a clinical study that drinking sweetened beverages may be worse for health than eating sugary foods.

Diabetics may soon be able to ditch the needle and swallow a pill instead
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Diabetics may soon be able to ditch the needle and swallow a pill instead

Scientists have developed an insulin pill that can reportedly deliver the same dosage as an injection.

What is brittle diabetes and how can it affect your organs
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What is brittle diabetes and how can it affect your organs

Brittle diabetes, also known as labile diabetes, is marked by frequent spikes and drops in blood sugar levels.

Researchers find diabetes drug can also prevent cardiovascular and kidney diseases
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Researchers find diabetes drug can also prevent cardiovascular and kidney diseases

The drug reduced the possibility of development of kidney diseases by 15 percent and heart strokes by 12 percent.

Diabetes to affect 98 million Indians by 2030, better access to insulin needed
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Diabetes to affect 98 million Indians by 2030, better access to insulin needed

The causes for the spike in diabetics will have been ageing, urbanisation, changes in diet & activity.

Women in Science: Sucharita Sambashivaiah on her prevention plan for Type 2 diabetes
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Women in Science: Sucharita Sambashivaiah on her prevention plan for Type 2 diabetes

Sucharita Sambashivaiah and her team of researchers are looking into an unconventional aspect of Type 2 Diabetes, and studying how the disease can be better managed in Indians

British researchers develop non-invasive smartphone app to monitor glucose level in the body
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British researchers develop non-invasive smartphone app to monitor glucose level in the body

British scientists have developed a new smartphone app that can help measure and monitor blood glucose levels without using a drop of blood.

Cycling may cut risk of Type 2 diabetes risk: Study
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Cycling may cut risk of Type 2 diabetes risk: Study

Cycling, often marked as a recreational activity, can significantly reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes (T2D), if used as a means of transport to work daily, suggests a research.

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease not detected in post-menopausal women, finds study
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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease not detected in post-menopausal women, finds study

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) considered a cardiovascular disease risk factor, is often not detected in post-menopausal women, a recent study has revealed.

Eating more of plant-based food can lower Type 2 diabetes risk
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Eating more of plant-based food can lower Type 2 diabetes risk

Even moderate dietary changes in the direction of a healthful plant-based diet can play a significant role in the prevention of type 2 diabetes.

Family history of heart disease ups cholesterol risk in kids, finds study
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Family history of heart disease ups cholesterol risk in kids, finds study

One in three children with a strong family history of heart disease and / or Type 2 diabetes may have significantly higher levels of risk for cholesterol than kids with no family history of those conditions, finds a study.

Key gene linked to diabetes, down syndrome identified
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Key gene linked to diabetes, down syndrome identified

Researchers have identified a gene that can cause defects in insulin secretion in people with Type-2 diabetes as well as in those with Down syndrome.

Combination of insulin, diabetes pill can cut mortality risk, finds new study
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Combination of insulin, diabetes pill can cut mortality risk, finds new study

Insulin when taken in conjunction with metformin has the potential to reduce mortality risk and heart attacks in people with Type 2 diabetes

Now, a community-based approach might help women keep diabetes at bay
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Now, a community-based approach might help women keep diabetes at bay

Over 500 women physicians on Monday took part in a programme in Delhi aiming to create awareness among women on diabetes through a community-based approach.