User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Diabetes
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Cabinet clears diabetic institute for Bangalore 27.9.2007 Hindu: Karnataka
Ordinance on Law University soon
Recipe for a lasting effect 27.9.2007 Hindu:Metro Plus: Delhi
Filmmaker Rahul Dholakia avoids fast food and fast films
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Bangalore scientists may hold key to taming diabetes enzyme 27.9.2007 Mint: Latest
Instead of targeting the enzyme, the scientists focused on the sulfenyl-amides it produces
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Nike's exclusive shoe for American Indians 26.9.2007 Sify Finance
Nike on Tuesday unveiled what it said is the first shoe designed specifically for American Indians, an effort aiming at promoting physical fitness in a population with high obesity rates.
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Incidence of heart attacks continue to rise: experts 26.9.2007 Hindu: Kerala
‘ Lifestyle modifications, diet control essential’
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The silent killer 25.9.2007 New Indian Express
The silent killer
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Mind & Body - Managing Diabetes 25.9.2007 New Indian Express
Mind & Body - Managing Diabetes
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HEALTH-ORAL INSULIN TWO LAST NEW DELHI 25.9.2007 Oneindia.in: News

With India having the highest number of diabetic patients in the world, the sugar disease is posing an enormous health problem in the country. The alarming rise in prevalence of diabetes has made it go beyond epidemic form to a pandemic one making the research ...
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Diabetic camp 25.9.2007 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Rajahmundry: ‘Prerana’, voluntary health and service organisation has conducted diabetic and blood pressure testing camp here on Sunday. -Staff ...
Depletion of forests hits Ayurvedic firm 24.9.2007 New Indian Express
Depletion of forests hits Ayurvedic firm
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Workplace stress threatens India's growth prospects 24.9.2007 New Indian Express
Workplace stress threatens India's growth prospects
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By 2020, 7 million Indians may die of lifestyle diseases 24.9.2007 TOI: India
According to a study in a little over a decade from now, chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, cancer and AIDS would account for over 65% of deaths in India compared to 53% in 2005.
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New diabetic research facility launched 24.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Kallam Anji Reddy Centre located in Women’s Biotechnology Park at Siruseri
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By 2020, 7m Indians may die of lifestyle diseases 24.9.2007 TOI: India
According to a study in a little over a decade from now, chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, cancer and AIDS would account for over 65% of deaths in India compared to 53% in 2005.
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Excise blues plague medical technology industry 23.9.2007 Hindustan Times: Business
The government is dragging its feet on implementing low-cost substitutes for expensive diagnostic equipment, reports Suprotip Ghosh.
AT A GLANCE 23.9.2007 Deccan Herald
AT A GLANCE
Women’s health could do with a shot in the arm 23.9.2007 Hindu: Kerala
Sector yet to benefit from de-centralisation, say experts
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New diabetic research facility launched 23.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: With more than 41 million people affected by diabetes in India, research on the disease and its complications has become a national priority. In this context, the Madras Diabetes Research Foundation, which launched a new ...
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Overweight kids show heart risks as teens 22.9.2007 Oneindia.in: News

NEW YORK, Sep 22 (Reuters) Overweight children may show a collection of risk factors for heart disease by the time they are teenagers, a new study shows.
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From India to Egypt, Cinnamon a favourite 22.9.2007 Indian Express
From India to Egypt, Cinnamon a favourite
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