NDTV Food, February 20, 2017 14:40 IST
According to a study done by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in the US, they found that people who consumed 12 grams per day of butter had a two-fold higher ...
NDTV Food, February 15, 2017 11:53 IST
Almost 90% of people living with Type 2 diabetes are overweight or have obesity. Studies have uncovered a link between belly fat and Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
NDTV Food, February 09, 2017 11:20 IST
Daily consumption of almonds may significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases in Indians with Type 2 diabetes.
NDTV Food, February 07, 2017 14:02 IST
Experts press for more awareness and practicing preventive measures to avoid developing diabetes or any other lifestyle disease.
NDTV Food, January 31, 2017 15:15 IST
Something as simple as the geographic area in which you live contribute to your risk of developing heart diseases, strokes and diabetes, says study. High-altitude living could help.
NDTV Food, January 30, 2017 11:19 IST
Maintaining good exercise regimen may be difficult and risky, especially for people with Type 1 diabetes, because exercise tends to cause fluctuations in blood sugar, warns a study.
Press Trust Of India, January 18, 2017 14:49 IST
People diagnosed with diabetes may lose up to 9 years of their life on average, according to a new study in China. The study warns that this is mainly due to inadequate ...
Agence France-Presse, January 04, 2017 11:48 IST
It is important for people suffering from diabetes to be selective while picking up fast food items to munch on, says an expert.
Press Trust Of India, December 23, 2016 14:20 IST
Sun bathing and vitamin D supplements may be feasible and affordable approaches to improve or even prevent metabolic syndromes which pose a risk of diabetes and heart disease, a new study has ...
Preeti Rao, Health and Wellness Coach, November 21, 2016 14:29 IST
Through lifestyle behavioural changes and healthier choices made early in life, diabetes can be prevented. Here are 7 tips to help reduce your risk.
Thomson Reuters, November 16, 2016 18:13 IST
Drinking colas and other sugary drinks is tied to an increased risk of so-called pre-diabetes, a precursor to full-blown disease, but diet soda is not, a recent study suggests.
Indo-Asian News Service, November 15, 2016 14:45 IST
Women in the corporate sector are less afflicted with diabetes than men, show results of a survey by a health insurance company.
Indo-Asian News Service, November 15, 2016 14:38 IST
Mexico has declared a public health emergency over the rapid increase in obesity and diabetes.
Indo-Asian News Service, November 15, 2016 14:31 IST
In the last one decade, the number of diabetes patients in India increased by over 30 million due to sedentary lifestyle and erratic schedule mostly common in the age group of 20-40 ...
Indo-Asian News Service, November 14, 2016 16:20 IST
Hypoglycemia, or postprandial hypoglycemia happens due to excess insulin secretion after a meal.
Dr. Archana Dayal Arya, Paediatric Endocrinologist, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi, November 14, 2016 16:10 IST
Diet is a critical element of control in managing diabetes. People with diabetes must pay attention to how much carbohydrates they eat and how carbohydrates affect blood sugar levels.
Lalitha Subramanyam, Chief Nutritionist at Grow Fit, November 14, 2016 15:28 IST
The fact that diabetes is on the high is widely known by now. What we all need is a little change in lifestyle which could go a long way in controlling the ...
Indo-Asian News Service, November 11, 2016 13:28 IST
Individuals who regularly consume sugar-sweetened beverages such as soda, colas and other carbonated beverages, may be at an higher risk of developing prediabetes, new research has revealed.
Press Trust Of India, November 04, 2016 14:31 IST
Diabetes patients may soon be able to monitor their blood sugar with contact lenses - spelling an end to painful jabs - thanks to scientists who have developed a transparent sensor.
Thomson Reuters, October 21, 2016 17:04 IST
The increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and eventually dying from the disease, begins early in life and at weights in the -normal- range, a new study suggests.