User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Diabetes
Last updated: Dec 11 2019 01:28 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Passisve smoking increases diabetes risk 7.4.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: A new research has revealed that second-hand smoke raises diabetes risk.
Beware! Second-hand smoke may make you diabetic 7.4.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: Second-hand smoke not only affects your lungs but may also make you diabetic, suggests a new US study.
Secondhand smoke linked to diabetes 7.4.2006 New Kerala: Health News
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.: A U.S. study has found that people exposed to secondhand cigarette smoke have an increased risk of developing diabetes.
Passive smoke could give you diabetes 7.4.2006 ET: Jobs
A new study says passive smokers may be at higher risk of diabetes.
Indian scientists identify second pancreatitis gene 7.4.2006 New Kerala: Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad: Indian scientists have discovered a second candidate gene - cathepsin B - responsible for the fatal tropical calcific pancreatitis disease that leads to a gradual destruction of the pancreas.
Device to screen major diabetes complication 7.4.2006 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Coimbatore: Chennai-based DyAnsys India Private Ltd, has come out with an equipment, which helps in early screening of 'Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy' (DAN), a major diabetes complication.
'25 out of 100 diabetics prone to diabetic retinopaty' 6.4.2006 New Indian Express
'25 out of 100 diabetics prone to diabetic retinopaty'
Herbal healer develops wonder formulation to cure diabetes 6.4.2006 New Indian Express
Herbal healer develops wonder formulation to cure diabetes
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New drugs evolving for treating diabetes 6.4.2006 Hindu: Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: New generation drugs and treatment methods are evolving for the effective treatment of diabetes, experts pointed out at a recent discussion on modern methods of diabetes control, organised by the Indian Diabetes Education ...
Cinnamon may aid battle against diabetes 6.4.2006 New Kerala: Health News
SAN FRANCISCO: Cinnamon may be another weapon in the fight against diabetes, U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers say.
Diabetics' acidity hikes kidney stone risk 6.4.2006 New Kerala: Health News
DALLAS: University of Texas scientists say people with type 2 diabetes have highly acidic urine, putting them at risk of developing uric-acid kidney stones.
Advantage Karolinska Institute 6.4.2006 Hindu: Science & Technology
FOLLOWING THE signing of the agreement by India and Sweden for cooperation in Science and Technology in December last year, the Karolinska Institute (KI), based in Stockholm, the Swedish capital, has already signed an agreement of cooperation ...
Oral insulin trials to begin soon 6.4.2006 Hindu: Science & Technology
Polymers added at specific locations prevent the candidate drug from getting destroyed in the stomach
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Workshop for doctors on diabetic foot ulcer 5.4.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
More than 40,000 diabetics undergo leg amputations in India annually
You needn't shun sugar 4.4.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
Diabetics can consume sugar in moderation
Watch Tower: Diabetes mellitus awareness  3.4.2006 Central Chronicle
Watch Tower: Diabetes mellitus awareness 
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DNA lab to prepare India’s genetic profile 3.4.2006 Deccan Herald
DNA lab to prepare India’s genetic profile
Biotech will soon equal infotech sector: Kiran Shaw 2.4.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
"Generate intellectual wealth, innovate"
K.S. Lakshmi, a one-woman institution 2.4.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
"I am a strict disciplinarian. But I can recount several incidents when I intervened to save the career of students"
'Innovation fast becoming the currency of wealth creation'   2.4.2006 Central Chronicle
'Innovation fast becoming the currency of wealth creation'  
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