User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Diabetes
Last updated: Aug 19 2017 23:44 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Growing numbers of cardiac patients in 30-40 age group in India 19.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Cardiologists attending a global conference here have voiced concern over the growing numbers of cardiac patients in the age group of 30-40 years in India.
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Less sleep tied to diabetes risk in children 19.8.2017 News
Increasing weekday sleep duration by an hour was associated with a 0.2 lower BMI
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A handful of walnuts may help lose weight 19.8.2017 News
Walnuts can alter the way our brains view food and impact appetites, say researchers
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Job growth in IT drops, negative in telecom: CARE 19.8.2017 News
IT sector is the largest job provider in corporate India with 22.7% of the employment pie
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Diabetes and smoking 19.8.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Diabetes and smoking
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Indian Biosimilars Market Outlook - Increase in Incidence of Diseases Provide Growth Opportunity 19.8.2017 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai, August 19, 2017 : Global market intelligence firm, Netscribes, Inc. released its latest report on the 'Biosimilars Market in India 2017'. The increasing incidence of cardiac diseases, cancer and diabetes in the country has resulted in a rise in the demand for biosimilars.
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High BP during pregnancy may up heart disease risk later 19.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Women who experience high blood pressure condition during pregnancy are likely to face an increased risk of heart disease and hypertension later in life, according to a study.
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Stay fighting fit 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Meetings, deadlines and rushed meals. Life seems like an endless checklist of things. Most men are so busy that they have no room for anything else. When was the last time you hit the gym or even scheduled a health check-up? Health is a major investment for any individual, more so, in the present day scenario, with hectic work schedules and unhealthy eating patterns. Our stressful and sedentary lifestyles have resulted in an increase in diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, particularly in men. These conditions can be debilitating and fatal, unless they are managed and treated in a timely manner. Health risks vary with age, gender, family history and past medical conditions. For example, healthy men in their 30s have a low risk of developing heart disease and therefore a basic heart check-up is sufficient. Whereas, even a healthy individual in his 40s and 50s would benefit from a more extensive and precautionary heart workup. Getting started Integrate healthy habits into your lifestyle and get ...
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Ancient wisdom can keep diabetes at bay 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Analysis
The emergence of marginal dysfunction or alteration in any part of the blood sugar system, but not to the extent of elevating sugar level above normal, is predisposition to diabetes. It is an unmanifested state of diabetes which passes down from one generation to the other but whenever a critical point is reached due to an abuse, it transforms into full-blown diabetes. Dr Denham Horman proposed a theory that excess of free radicals in humans leads to a lethal process called oxidative stress (OS), which causes dysfunction or alteration in any biological entity. The Journal of Epigenetics writes, "pre-diabetics have altered mitochondrial DNA". Alteration of mitochondrial DNA in the absence of any other perceptible cause points to OS as the cause. Modern factors like tans-fats, refined and processed food, adulteration, pollution, insecti- cides, pesticides, cosmetics, swe- etening, flavouring agents, carbonaceous drinks, phthalates (plastics), electromagnetic waves of cell phones, nuclear and increased UV ...
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High-intensity exercise may help combat diabetes risk 17.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Indulging in high-intensity interval training may be an efficient, effective way of reducing the risk of developing diabetes, especially among women.
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Eating walnuts may help control appetite: study 17.8.2017 DNA: Health
Researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to observe how consuming walnuts changes activity in the brain.
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Swine flu toll rises to 220 17.8.2017 DNA: India
With 12 more deaths reported on Wednesday, the swine flu death toll in the state has gone up to 220, even as the state government said that 746 patients have recovered from the disease due to intensive planning and timely measures taken by it. "A total of 220 people have died because of swine flu in the state. However, 60 per cent of the deceased patients were also suffering from other serious ailments when they contracted swine flu. Thirty six per cent of these patients were suffering from diabetes, 29 per cent with heart ailments, 10 per cent with kidney ailments, 10 per cent with lung problems, asthma, or TB, and about 15 per cent with cancer, AIDS, among others," said the Minister of state for Health Shankar Chaudhary. He said that 746 swine flu patients have been cured because of the timely steps taken by the government. As of Wednesday, 1,129 swine flu patients are undergoing treatment in various hospitals in the state. Chaudhary said that the government machinery is working on war footing to ...
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Novo Nordisk's diabetes drug succeeds in key trial 17.8.2017 TOI: Intl Business
NOVO NORDISK-TRIALS/:Novo Nordisk's diabetes drug succeeds in key trial
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Get detoxifying mantra right after festivities 16.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
After enjoying the long weekend, it is time to flush out the toxins. Drink warm lime water with honey every morning and opt for steamed or stir-fried vegetables to detoxify, say experts.
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Will you go blind? 16.8.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Will you go blind?
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Smartphone app may help manage mental illness 16.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Researchers have developed a smartphone app to help middle-aged and older adults self-manage their mental illness and other chronic conditions, suggests new research.
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Testosterone therapy improves urinary, sexual functions: Study 16.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Long-term testosterone replacement therapy improves both sexual and urinary functions as well as quality of life for men suffering from a condition due to deficiency of the hormone, according to a study.
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Less sleep may increase diabetes risk in children: study 16.8.2017 DNA: Health
Children who do not get enough night sleep are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a study warns.
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Less sleep may increase diabetes risk in children: study 16.8.2017 BusinessLine - Science
Parents, take note! Children who do not get enough night sleep are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a study warns.Researchers at St George’s University of London in the UK analysed the...
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Sleep tied to Type 2 diabetes risk in children 16.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Children who get more sleep are at lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a study published in a US journal has said.
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