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Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Diabetes
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National symposium on Cardio Diabetology held  8.5.2006 Central Chronicle
National symposium on Cardio Diabetology held 
Project Drishti sets eye on urban poor 8.5.2006 Deccan Herald
Project Drishti sets eye on urban poor
Gene that increases diabetes risk detected 8.5.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New York: Scientists have found a gene that increased Type 2 diabetes in overweight mice, a development they say may help find new treatment for the condition in humans.
Controlling glucose levels decreases postoperative infection risk 7.5.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: A new study has found that patients suffering from diabetes who have good control of blood glucose levels before having surgery may be less likely to have infections after their procedures.
'Strict diet main stay for diabetic treatment' 6.5.2006 New Indian Express
'Strict diet main stay for diabetic treatment'
`Beware of diabetes' 6.5.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Diet most crucial for containing the disease
Foot care programme for diabetics ready 6.5.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Funds will be provided by the World Diabetes Foundation
HEALTH NEWS 5.5.2006 Deccan Herald
HEALTH NEWS
Carbohydrates: Good, bad, or plain ugly? 5.5.2006 Deccan Herald
Carbohydrates: Good, bad, or plain ugly?
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In Visakhapatnam Today 5.5.2006 Hindu: Engagements
Satyanubhava Satsang: Sri Shirdi Sai yoga sutra pravachanam, Santi Ashram, Lawson's Bay Colony, Peda Waltair, 6 p.m. General AU School of Economics: Meeting to condole the death of ...
Type 2 diabetics are three times more likely to die early 4.5.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: Younger people suffering from Type 2 diabetes are three times at a higher risk of dying early than those of the same age without the disease, suggests a recent study published in the journal of Diabetic Medicine.
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Around the City 4.5.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
East Coast Railway Hospital will conduct a seminar on diabetes and a diet exhibition on Friday at 8.30 a.m. in the hospital premises in association with Diabetes Foundation Society and Rotary Club. All serving and retired employees may register ...
How genetic makeup influences behaviour 4.5.2006 Hindu: Science & Technology
The effects of heredity in many diseases have been shown to be high across societies and cultures
Genetic predisposition to diabetes high in Indians 4.5.2006 Hindu: Science & Technology
Indians did not enjoy the protection offered by polymorphism in a specific gene location
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Diabetes is preventable: study 3.5.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Diet, exercise, appropriate drugs have proved effective in prevention
Americans less healthy than English, say researchers 3.5.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
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Study: Type 2 diabetes suffers at risk 3.5.2006 New Kerala: Health News
LONDON: A British study shows people with Type 2 diabetes have a greater chance of dying early than previously thought.
People with diabetes may face risk of early death 3.5.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: People suffering from Type 2 diabetes are likely to face death earlier than those of the same age without the disease, says a study.
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DyAnsys India launches its product 'ANSiscope' in Kerala 3.5.2006 New Kerala: Business India
Kochi: DyAnsys India Private Limited launched its new product -- 'ANSiscope' -- a medical equipment capable of screening a major diabetes complications in Kerala, today.
Doctor wants universal celiac testing 2.5.2006 New Kerala: Health News
AUSTIN, Texas: Doctors are debating universal testing for celiac disease, a chronic intestinal disorder increasingly linked to type 1 diabetes.
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