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Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Diabetes
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Briefly 27.6.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
The Veerakeralamputhur police have arrested a person for allegedly selling lottery tickets. Police said P. Shanmugasundaram (40) of Veerakeralampudhur was found selling lottery tickets at the bus stand on Monday and was arrested with 108 ...
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Fit as ever 27.6.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
Non-weight-bearing exercises are safe for pregnant women
What will you eat-II   27.6.2006 Central Chronicle
What will you eat-II  
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Red Cross Society urged to focus on malaria eradication 27.6.2006 The Assam Tribune
Red Cross Society urged to focus on malaria eradication
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Six cups of coffee a day can dramatically reduce diabetes risk 27.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Researchers have revealed that drinking coffee, especially the decaffeinated kind, seems to offer protection against type 2 diabetes.
Docs’ team to visit Canada 27.6.2006 Hindustan Times
Docs’ team to visit Canada
Incidence of heart disease, diabetes on the rise in Kerala 27.6.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
The prevalence of heart diseases and diabetes is on the increase in Kerala when compared to that in other parts of the country, according to medical experts. A comparison of Kerala's health profile with some other States revealed that the ...
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Diabetes is becoming common among youngsters 27.6.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
The disease is strongly linked to obesity and lack of exercise
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Extreme vegetarianism can lead to fatal diseases: experts 26.6.2006 New Kerala: India News
Varca (Goa): Extreme vegetarian practices among Indians can lead to hyperhomocysteinemia and high homocysteine levels resulting in diseases including strokes, heart attack, diabetes and other fatal diseases, experts have opined.
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Extreme vegetarianism can lead to fatal diseases: experts 26.6.2006 New Indian Express
Extreme vegetarianism can lead to fatal diseases: experts
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Extreme vegetarianism can lead to fatal diseases: experts 26.6.2006 New Indian Express
Extreme vegetarianism can lead to fatal diseases: experts
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Hormone produced by fat cells may lead to diabetes, cardiovascular ailments 26.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: A recent research has linked a hormone produced by fat cells to diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases in African American women.
Israeli technology used to restore engineer's vision 25.6.2006 New Indian Express
Israeli technology used to restore engineer's vision
Around the City 25.6.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
EPDCL will stop power supply from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday in Malkapuram, Trinadhapuram, Kakaralova, Ramakrishnapuram, Yarada colony, MES quarters, Prasanth Nagar, Exim parks and industrial area due to maintenance works being carried out at ...
Workaholics beware; unhealthy lifestyle increases diabetes risk 24.6.2006 New Indian Express
Workaholics beware; unhealthy lifestyle increases diabetes risk
Raju recounts harrowing experience with Naxals 24.6.2006 New Indian Express
Raju recounts harrowing experience with Naxals
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Eat all you want, but stay trim 24.6.2006 Telegraph: Nation
In what could be a leap forward in the war against obesity and diabetes, scientists today announced the discovery of a new biological way to burn body fat.
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A mushroom harvest 23.6.2006 New Indian Express
A mushroom harvest
Workaholics beware, unhealthy lifestyle can cause diabetes 23.6.2006 New Indian Express
Workaholics beware, unhealthy lifestyle can cause diabetes
Soon, eat all you want and still stay slim! 23.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Here’s some good news for all those of you who want to shed those extra pounds but can’t resist the temptation of digging into your favourite slab of chocolate or fried food.
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