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The power of the yogi 22.3.2006 The Statesman
The power of the yogi
Yogic route to controlling diabetes 21.3.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Karpagavinayagam releases Yoga Exnora VCDs on prevention and control of diabetes
The girth's progress 21.3.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
Metabolic syndrome can be traced to poor eating habits and a sedentary lifestyle
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Kamineni Wockhardt diabetic clinic 21.3.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
The Kamineni Wockhardt Hospitals has opened a diabetic clinic. Dr Raman Boddula, Consultant Endocrinologist and Diabetologist will head the unit. The clinic would focus exclusively on diabetes and the secondary ailments caused by ...
Cadila to start Phase II clinical trials on 'ZYH1' 20.3.2006 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai: Cadila Healthcare Ltd has got the Drug Controller General of India's (DCGI) nod to conduct Phase II clinical trials on its new molecular entity - ZYH1, which it claims could treat metabolic disorders.
Workshop on key hole surgery for weight control  18.3.2006 Central Chronicle
Workshop on key hole surgery for weight control 
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Diabetics, say cheers to herbal rice! 17.3.2006 New Indian Express
Diabetics, say cheers to herbal rice!
Turmeric, curcumin could help delay cataract: Study 16.3.2006 HBL: Agri-Biz & Commodities
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Fighting diabetes: the Vietnam model 16.3.2006 Hindu: Science & Technology
Diabetes, characterised by high blood sugar levels when the body is unable to produce or utilise insulin, is not a shocker disease like HIV/AIDS or cancer. It is rather a benign one, not really interfering with the patient's lifestyle until ...
Meet focusses on understanding diseases better 15.3.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Biochemistry gaining focus
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Non-communicable Diseases Network launched 15.3.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Training programmes and screening camps will be held
Briefly 15.3.2006 Hindu: New Delhi
Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee president Ram Babu Sharma on Tuesday extended his greetings to the people of Delhi on the occasion of Holi. In a statement, Mr. Sharma urged Delhiites to celebrate Holi in the true spirit of brotherhood so as ...
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Non-communicable Diseases Network launched 14.3.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Training programmes and screening camps will be held
Blockbuster drugs from Biocon soon 14.3.2006 Rediff: Business
Indian biotech firm Biocon is developing potential 'blockbuster' drugs for treatment of cancer and diabetes, which could hit the market in two to four years.
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Coming soon! 'Blockbuster drug from Biocon 14.3.2006 Express India-- Front Page
India's largest bio-tech firm Biocon could be developing potential 'blockbuster' drugs for treatment of cancer and diabetes, but the company's CMD Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw said it could take two-four years for them to hit the market.
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India's own Biocon develops 'blockbuster drug' 14.3.2006 New Indian Express
India's own Biocon develops 'blockbuster drug'
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Around the City 14.3.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
M. V. Diabetes Clinic is organising a "Diabetic Cookery" demonstration on Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on its premises in Himayathnagar. For details, contact phone nos: 040-55779000 and 32965590. Museum closed ...
Biocon drugs for cancer to be 'potential hit' 14.3.2006 IndiaInfo.com
<img src="http://www.indiainfo.com/images/indiainfo-logo.gif"><p> Biocon, India's largest bio-tech firm, is developing drugs for cancer and diabetes that could be 'potentially blockbusters', says its Chairman and Managing Director Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw.
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Biocon working on potential blockbusters: Shaw 14.3.2006 Business Standard
Biocon working on potential blockbusters: Shaw
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'Pizzas, burgers lead youngsters to diabetes' 13.3.2006 Express India-- Front Page
Type 2 diabetes, a disease usually witnessed among the middle-aged and older people, is being increasingly found among the younger generation thanks to junk food and sedentary lifestyle, according to a renowned diabetologist and endocrinologist.
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