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Why do experts want faster obesity treatment for children?
According to researchers, obesity is a chronic disease that affects children and adolescents, and that the old strategy — a kind of watchful waiting, or delayed treatment — will not help. Treating the problem as early as possible may help prevent a lot of misery
Weight Loss Hack: What is Ozempic, a diabetes drug, that has gone viral on social media?
Ozempic, an injectable drug for adults suffering from type 2 diabetes, regulates blood sugar levels and insulin. The drug is trending on social media platforms like TikTok for its ability to help reduce weight
Diabetes: What are natural ways of reversing it
Reversing diabetes naturally, through natural meals and workouts tailored specifically for diabetics, is preferable to all other alternatives. This article focuses on various all-natural ways to reverse diabetes, which will aid in gradually and naturally curing its consequences
Glenmark launches drug to treat patients with insulin-resistant diabetes
The Mumbai-based drug firm has launched the medication under the brand name LOBG and is priced at around Rs 10 per tablet
India among top ten countries with highest Type 2 diabetes: Lancet study
The ten countries with the highest estimated T1D prevalence US, India, Brazil, China, Germany, UK, Russia, Canada, Saudi Arabia, and Spain account for 5.08 million (60 per cent) of global cases of T1D
How 'disruptive metabolism' increases prevalence of diabetes
A metabolically damaged body leads to structural and functional damage of the beta cells, which raises the condition of insulin secretion and insulin resistance
Obesity is gateway to serious health issues, here's how you can keep it at bay
There is much more to obesity than eating more and moving less
Diabetes and the huge economic burden it imposes: Here’s what you should know
Most alarmingly, diabetes has spread wide in urban, semi-urban and rural geographies among individuals with varied incomes
A need for lifestyle change: How poor sleep can result in Type 2 diabetes
Prolong obstructive sleep apnea has been associated with conditions such as Type 2 diabetes, as well as cardiovascular diseases, and obesity.
COVID-19 lockdown caused people to gain weight, increased risk of Type 2 diabetes, finds UK study
The new study postulates that if the present scenario continues, the growing number of Type 2 diabetics could lead to almost 39,000 more people at risk of heart attacks by 2035.
World breastfeeding week: Myths busted for new and expecting mothers
It’s the duty of primary health care providers to educate new mothers and provide them with all the necessary information to make the right decision.
Substituting regular meals with total diet replacements could aid weight loss, control diabetes
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
World Diabetes Day 2020: Less salt intake, exercising may help diabetics keep their heart healthy
A 2010 study suggests that cardiovascular complications are the major cause of death among 70 percent of patients with Type 2 diabetes
Mutations in insulin gene have made most people susceptible to type 2 diabetes, claims study
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
Low-carb diet can reverse Type 2 diabetes and make medications unnecessary, suggests study
The researchers behind this study gathered data from the Norwood general practice in North England between March 2013 and March 2019.
New study says people with type 2 diabetes may not need to avoid potatoes completely
While it is recommended that freshly cooked, boiled or roasted potatoes are best-suited to those with diabetes, eating stale potatoes that have to be reheated should be avoided.
HIIT along with rowing and cycling can help type 2 diabetes patients lose weight, improve insulin sensitivity
The scientists concluded that HIIT can help in improving the blood sugar levels and can also help in losing weight effectively.
Regular heat exposure through hot baths may reduce risk factors for type 2 diabetes, new research says
Many studies have suggested that various forms of heat therapy, like hot baths and saunas, can help reduce body fat levels and improve glycated hemoglobin levels
Study finds prolonged loneliness, apart from unhealthy diet and inactivity, could lead to onset of type 2 diabetes
Scientists found that loneliness may stimulate the stress system of the body which, eventually, may cause negative stress-related changes in the body, resulting in the development of type 2 diabetes
New study links excess intake of white rice with high prevalence of type 2 diabetes in India
Many studies over the last decade or two have explored the link between diabetes and white rice consumption, but very few have been able to successfully establish it globally.