User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Diabetes
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Trust bags 'retail concept' award 25.9.2006 New Indian Express
Trust bags 'retail concept' award
Obese diabetics at three-fold risk of dying young 25.9.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington, Sept 25: A study conducted by US scientist has shown that obese individuals suffering from diabetes are three times more at risk of developing critical illness and dying young, as compared to their non-diabetic counterparts.
Obesity coupled with diabetes could be deadly 25.9.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New York, Sep 25: People who are obese and suffer from diabetes could face the risk of developing critical illnesses and an earlier death than those who are not diabetic, says a new study.
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Hyderabadis stride towards hearty health 25.9.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Event includes brief on stress management
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Obese youth increasingly prone to diabetes, heart disease, says study 24.9.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Changes in living habits transforming behavioural risk factors into biological risk factors
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Go, take a walk 24.9.2006 TOI: Hyderabad Times
On World Heart Day today, give your heart the exercise it most needs - take a hike.
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Go, take a walk 24.9.2006 TOI: Calcutta Times
On World Heart Day today, give your heart the exercise it most needs - take a hike.
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TUMKUR BRIEFS 24.9.2006 Deccan Herald
TUMKUR BRIEFS
President's desire to fulfil dreams of hospital founder 24.9.2006 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Madurai, Sept 23: President A P J Abdul Kalam today expressed a desire to do something to fulfil the dreams of eminent opthalmologist, the late Dr G Venkataswamy, founder of Aravind Eye hospital, for building 100 eye hospitals in India.
In Coimbatore Today 24.9.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Sri Vengusapriya Saibaba Anandhashrama Trust: Vijayadasami and Baba Maha Samadhi Day, Theethipalayam, 6.15 a.m. Sri Vengusapriya Saibaba Anandhashrama Trust: Procession of Baba's portrait, Sri Naga Sai ...
Cancer screening 23.9.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE: G. Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital has embarked on three projects - to screen women for cancer of the cervix, diabetics for retinopathy and also a heart check-up for children. The hospital said in a release on Friday after ...
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Go, take a walk 23.9.2006 TOI: Lucknow Times
On World Heart Day today, give your heart the exercise it most needs - take a hike.
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Oral insulin is in final stages, says Biocon's Kiran Shaw 23.9.2006 New Indian Express
Oral insulin is in final stages, says Biocon's Kiran Shaw
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Go, take a walk 23.9.2006 TOI: Delhi Times
On World Heart Day today, give your heart the exercise it most needs - take a hike.
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Eye screening through satellie mobile van 23.9.2006 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Coimbatore, Sep 22: A city-based multi-speciality hospital is utilising the service of a special satellite mobile van for screening diabetic retinopathy in the rural area.
Oral insulin is in final stages, says Biocon’s Kiran Shaw 23.9.2006 New Kerala: Business India
By Kestur Vasuki, Bangalore, Sept. 22: As the country combats the problem of the increasing number of diabetics, Biocon is in the final stages of developing the world's first oral insulin.
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Gangster Ejaz Pathan seeks bail on health grounds 23.9.2006 DNA: Mumbai
Pathan, who has undergone an angioplasty and suffers from backache, a clot in the brain, diabetes and high blood pressure, has filed a bail petition in the designated TADA court.
Mumbai to run for a healthy heart today 23.9.2006 Financial Express: Front Page
It's a silent killer staring us in the face. India boasts the highest index of diabetes in the world and is fast becoming notorious as the hub of cardiac diseases. Doctors suggest walking helps.
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Sugar, you need exercise! 22.9.2006 Deccan Herald
Sugar, you need exercise!
Stimulation of insulin receptor in brain can halt Alzheimer's spread 22.9.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington, Sept 22: Stimulation of a receptor in the brain that controls insulin responses has been shown to halt or diminish the neuro-degeneration of Alzheimer's disease, providing evidence that the disease can be treated in its early stages.
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