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Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Diabetes
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Carb-rich diet may impair vision 1.12.2007 Asian Age: Newsmakers
New York : Addicted to fast-carb diets like bread, rice, potatoes and pasta? It’s time to change your food habit, otherwise you might end up losing your eyesight. Researchers in the United States have carried out a study and found that diets rich in carbohydrates cause blood sugar levels to rise or fall rapidly which raises the risk for central vision loss with ageing, the ScienceDaily reported. The study was led by Chung-Jung Chiu with Allen Taylor, both at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Centre on Ageing in Boston. The researchers came to the conclusion after analysing dietary intake and other data from over 4,000 men and women aged between 55 and 80 participating in the Age-Related Eye Disease Study. Diets high in ...
Diabetics need to be careful as they live their daily lives 1.12.2007 Asian Age: Delhi
Doctors have to call diabetes a disease. You don’t. It’s a physical condition and one you can control. No pity parties if you can read the three previous sentences. Even though there’s no cure for it, this is a diagnosis you can do something about. If you can do for yourself, be proactive and positive. It is vital to turn your fingertip into pin cushion. You must test your blood sugar at least seven times a day (before every meal, two hours after and at bedtime). More is better. Use every type of reminder you can think of: sticky notes, an oven timer, an alarm clock, e-mail or a cellphone. Tell people you spend time with what your signs of a dangerously low or high blood sugar are and how, if they notice, they can help you. Be sure to listen ...
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Fast-acting carbs 'may make you blind' 1.12.2007 PTI: Top News

New York, Dec 1 (PTI) Addicted to fast-carb diets like bread, rice, potatoes and pasta? It's time to change your food habit, otherwise you might end up losing your eyesight. Researchers in the United States have carried out a study and...

Red wine mimic may harbour diabetes cure 1.12.2007 New Indian Express
Red wine mimic may harbour diabetes cure
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Drug mimicking red wine effects to help treat diabetes 30.11.2007 Financial Express: Front Page
Drugs that mimic the health-protection effects of a chemical compound in red wine could form the basis of the next generation treatment for diabetes, a research said.
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Free life-long diabetic care for children 30.11.2007 New Indian Express
Free life-long diabetic care for children
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20 per cent Indian children suffer from obesity: Report 30.11.2007 Rediff: News
Over 20 per cent of Indian children suffer from obesity, putting them at a grave risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, stated a manual.
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Over 20 pc Indian children suffer from obesity: report 30.11.2007 Oneindia.in: News

Mumbai, Nov 30 (UNI) Over 20 per cent of Indian children suffer from obesity, putting them at a grave risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, stated a manual.
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Cardio-diabetic camp 30.11.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Ashwin Hospital will conduct a cardio-diabetic and foot care camp from December 3 to 8. Patients can get their blood sugar, ECG and foot analysis done. – Staff ...
Cardio-diabetic camp 30.11.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE: Ashwin Hospital will conduct a cardio-diabetic and foot care camp from December 3 to 8. Patients can get their blood sugar, ECG and foot analysis ...
Rural India's 'heart' under attack from diabetes 29.11.2007 New Indian Express
Rural India's 'heart' under attack from diabetes
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IKDRC achieves breakthrough in diabetes cure 29.11.2007 Oneindia.in: News

Ahmedabad, Nov 29: A city-based Institute of Kidney Diseases and Research Centre (IKDRC) has claimed a major breakthrough in diabetes cure by transplanting insulin-making stem cells in five diabetic patients. Addressing reporters here yesterday, IKDRC Director Prof H L Trivedi, said ''We had successfully transplanted stem cells ...
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Life can be sweet 29.11.2007 The Statesman
Life can be sweet
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Diabetes threatens Third World 29.11.2007 Business Standard
Diabetes threatens Third World
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Open doors to stem cell research 29.11.2007 The Statesman
Open doors to stem cell research
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Rural India's 'heart' under attack from Diabetes 29.11.2007 New Indian Express
Rural India's 'heart' under attack from Diabetes
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Walk the fat off 29.11.2007 New Indian Express
Walk the fat off
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Babies born to diabetic mothers prone to obesity 29.11.2007 New Indian Express
Babies born to diabetic mothers prone to obesity
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Meet on metabolic bone disorders at SVIMS 29.11.2007 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
59 experts from abroad and the country will take part
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George Institute signs MoU with ICMR, Sydney University 28.11.2007 Oneindia.in: News

Hyderabad, Nov 28 (UNI) The George Institute of International Health, a non-profit research institute, today signed an MoU with Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and University of Sydney to develop specific research programmes in population health strategies and provide training in India.
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