Reuters , August 25, 2016 14:08 IST
For adults with type 2 diabetes, following a Mediterranean diet including at least two servings of fatty fish per week may lower the risk of diabetic retinopathy, according to an observational study ...
Indo-Asian News Service , August 19, 2016 15:16 IST
Eating oily fish twice in a week -- equivalent to 500 mg per day of dietary omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids -- can decrease the risk of sight-threatening diabetic retinopathy in middle-aged and ...
Indo-Asian News Service , August 05, 2016 16:36 IST
The findings showed that women who consumed soy isoflavones regularly saw improvement in biological markers that reflect how effectively the body utilises insulin to process sugar.
Reuters , August 04, 2016 15:53 IST
Women may be at greater risk for developing diabetes, heart disease and stroke in the years before menopause, rather than afterward, a U.S. study suggests.
Reuters , August 02, 2016 13:09 IST
About seven million children in the U.S. have fatty livers, and nearly a third of those kids also have prediabetes or diabetes, according to a new study.
Indo-Asian News Service , July 27, 2016 14:09 IST
Moderate exercises like walking and strength training when done thrice a week can help obese women to reduce the risks associated with gestational diabetes - a form of high blood sugar affecting ...
Indo-Asian News Service , July 21, 2016 18:11 IST
Breastfeeding has the potential to reduce the long-term risk of developing Type 2 diabetes among women with gestational diabetes, and is a cost-effective intervention, says a study.
Indo-Asian News Service , July 21, 2016 11:56 IST
The study provides evidence for the effects of dietary fats and carbohydrate on the regulation of glucose and insulin levels linked to type 2 diabetes.
Indo-Asian News Service , July 20, 2016 12:51 IST
Regular brisk walking may be more effective than vigorous jogging for improving glucose control in individuals with pre-diabetes, a study says.
IANS , July 18, 2016 12:46 IST
The new findings of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) reveal that women suffering from Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) are highly prone to diabetes.
Indo-Asian News Service , July 16, 2016 16:09 IST
By creating a virtual tissue model of diabetes in the eye, researchers have shown precisely how a small protein that can both damage or grow blood vessels in the eye causes vision ...
Press Trust Of India , July 14, 2016 18:14 IST
A low-cost healthcare model involving non-physician workers using computer tools can help diabetes patients double their likelihood of controlling the disease.
Indo-Asian News Service , July 13, 2016 11:19 IST
Individuals with Type 2 diabetes may be at an increased risk of developing cancer before and immediately after their diagnosis, says a new study.
Indo-Asian News Service , July 13, 2016 11:13 IST
A new Multi-Component Diabetes Quality Improvement (QI) initiative can help patients with diabetes double their likelihood of controlling the disease.
NDTV Food , July 11, 2016 12:40 IST
Hypoglycemia (low bloody sugar) is more common in people with type 2 diabetes or those who take insulin. Here are some symptoms and measures you need to know.
Indo-Asian News Service , July 07, 2016 14:39 IST
Children who have Type-1 diabetes can improve their cardiovascular health simply by taking an extra 1,000 steps a day, according a new research.
Indo-Asian News Service , July 06, 2016 14:39 IST
Individuals who often ate from outside, typically fast food were more prone to gain weight -- a major cause for developing Type 2 diabetes, the researchers said.
IANS , June 30, 2016 14:15 IST
Diabetes has become quite well-known disease among the world. People suffer from it not only because of too much sugar in the blood but also, because of lack of sleep.
PTI , June 30, 2016 11:39 IST
A new study has found that dogs can be trained to spot the warning signs of diabetes in patients by sniffing a chemical found in our breath that signals dangerously-low blood sugar ...
Indo-Asian News Service , June 24, 2016 15:15 IST
Individuals suffering from diabetes are at nearly 50 per cent increased risk of dying from the effects of a heart attack, a new study in Britain has found.