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This man from Arcot fights diabetes, the green food way 11.3.2017 TOI: Chennai
Three years ago, when P S Venkat visited California, he realised how people there productively use their retirement life by getting involved in various farming activities.
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Going 'gluten-free' may not be all that good for you 11.3.2017 DNA: Health
A word of advice for those who are on gluten free diet.
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A low-GI diet 10.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
India is referred to as the diabetes capital of the world with 60 million people diagnosed with the disease where one in every two adults with diabetes goes undiagnosed. It is the fastest growing disease in the country and a matter of serious concern as this invariably also impacts the overall economy. The good news is that at an early stage, the disease can be curbed by introducing lifestyle and dietary changes. Medical experts across the world encourage pre-diabetics to adopt low GI foods in their diet. Glycaemic index or GI is a scale that ranks food we eat by the amount of sugar it releases into the bloodstream. Protein or fibre-rich foods have low GI and are better regulators of blood sugar. A diet rich in such foods regulates metabolism and helps you manage weight better. The index is quite simple to understand - foods are ranked on a scale of 0 to 100. A GI of 55 or less is considered low and is good for health. Foods that rank between 56 and 69 are medium, while those that rank higher than 70 ...
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Healthy kidneys 10.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Human kidneys are bean-shaped organs, each roughly the size of a fist. They are located on either side of the back bone deep in the abdominal cavity, beneath the rib cage. Kidneys perform many functions to keep us healthy. Their main job is to remove toxins and excess water from the blood. They also help to control the blood pressure, to produce red blood cells and to keep the bones healthy. Kidneys also control the blood levels of many minerals and salts including sodium and potassium, and monitor blood acidity. Every day, they regulate salt and water levels in the body so that the blood pressure remains in the normal range. Kidney diseases are silent killers that will largely affect the quality of life. There are however several easy ways to reduce the risk of developing kidney disease. Keep fit and active: It helps reduce blood pressure and the risk of chronic kidney disease. Control blood sugar: About half of people who have diabetes develop kidney damage, so it is important for diabetics to get ...
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77,558 sq.mt land for Delhi health plans remained unutilised: CAG 10.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A total of 77,558 square meter land taken by the Delhi government for 30 health projects during 2007-16 at a cost of Rs 14.26 crore remained unutilised till August 2016, revealed a Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report.
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Torrent in talks to acquire select Novartis businesses 10.3.2017 Latest News
Deal estimated to be less than Rs 500 crore
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Consuming gluten-free food may up diabetes risk 10.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Individuals who regularly eat gluten-free foods such as starch-containing rice, cassava, corn, soy among others, may be at a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, compared to those who eat gluten-rich foods, according to new research.
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Branded heart, diabetes drugs much costlier than generic ones, says govt 10.3.2017 DNA: Health
Leading brands of some of the drugs used for treatment of cardiac diseases and diabetes are up to 10 times higher than generic medicines, government said on Friday.
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Branded heart, diabetes drugs much costlier than generic ones 10.3.2017 ET: Pharma
In the diabetes drugs segment the average price of leading brands of some medicines is also higher between 10-3 times the MRP of generic drugs in Jan Aushadhi Kendras.
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Hair-growth drugs may cause erectile dysfunction: study 10.3.2017 DNA: Health
Men with longer exposure to the drugs finasteride and dutasteride had a higher risk of getting persistent erectile dysfunction than those with less exposure, researchers from Northwestern University in the US said.
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Green shoots of an organic revolution 10.3.2017 Hindu: Leisure
Growing awareness about an alternative lifestyle that respects nature has led to a boom in millet-based food
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15% pregnant women in Hyderabad affected by gestational diabetes, majority of them have a family history 10.3.2017 TOI: All Headlines
15% pregnant women in Hyderabad affected by gestational diabetes, majority of them have a family history
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Diabetes in pregnant women: Sedentary lifestyle & obesity may also hurt womb 10.3.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Diabetes in pregnant women: Sedentary lifestyle & obesity may also hurt womb
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World Kidney Day observed 10.3.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
World Kidney Day observed
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Beware of diet fads! A gluten-free food could increase risk of diabetes 10.3.2017 News
Drugs to treat diabetes alone cost almost £1 billion annually
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Why gluten-free food could increase risk of diabetes 10.3.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Drugs to treat diabetes alone cost almost £1 billion annually
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‘Obesity raises risk of kidney disease’ 10.3.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
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Americans drank more bottled water than soda in 2016 10.3.2017 DNA: Health
After decades-long streak of strong growth, bottled water surpassed carbonated soft drinks to become the largest beverage category by volume in the United States in 2016, according to research and consulting firm Beverage Marketing Corp.
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Pregnant women should consume leafy greens to protect baby from high BP 10.3.2017 New Kerala: World News
Pregnant women should consume leafy greens to protect baby from high BP
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World Kidney Day observed 10.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Diabetes, BP, drug abuse main reasons for kidney failure, say doctors
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