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Father of missing flight QZ8501's pilot last saw him at funeral of ...
London, Dec 30 : The father of the pilot of missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 has said that he last saw his son a week back at the funeral of another of his sons who died due to diabetes.
Economic insecurity impacts diabetes control
New York, Dec 30 : People facing difficulty paying for food and medicines find it harder to manage their diabetes than those who are affluent, a study says.
Newly developed skin patch may enhance healing of diabetes-related ...
Washington, Dec 29 : In a new study, scientists have developed a new skin path, which may help boost the healing of diabetes-related ulcers.
City life stress may make people more prone to diabetes in developing ...
Washington, Dec. 29 : A new study has recently revealed that the increased stress may make people, who relocate from rural areas to cities, more prone to diabetes in developing nations.
This intestinal protein helps reduce obesity
Washington, Dec. 25 : A new study has revealed that the intestine immune system (a protein called MyD88) helps in controlling body weight and to reduce the diabetes type 2, linked to the obesity.
High blood sugar in kids with diabetes have slower brain growth
Washington, Dec 21 : A new study has observed that high blood sugar in kids suffering from type 1 diabetes is linked to changes in brain growth.
'Technophobia' stops elderly from managing diabetes
Toronto, Dec 21 : Despite owning a smartphone or computer with daily internet access, only a small number of older adults actually use them as tools to better manage Type 2 diabetes, shows a study.
Kids with Type 1 diabetes have slower brain growth
Washington, Dec 21 : Children with Type 1 diabetes have slower brain growth compared with children without diabetes, shows a new study.
Blood groups A, B, AB run higher diabetes risk than group O
Washington, Dec 20 : A new study has demonstrated that people with blood groups A, B and AB are at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes than people with blood group O.
Stress triggering diabetes in developing nations
Washington, Dec 19 : By migrating to urban areas in search of better life opportunities, people in developing countries are increasing their risk of diabetes and other metabolic disorders, shows a study.
Blood groups A, B, AB at higher diabetes risk
London, Dec 19 : Compared to individuals with blood type O, women with blood groups A, B and AB are at higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a study has found.
Anti-diabetic drug new hope for TB patients
Singapore, Dec 18 : A study has found that metformin (MET), a drug for treating diabetes can also be used to boost the efficacy of tuberculosis (TB) medication without inducing drug resistance.
Low glycemic index diets not necessarily beneficial for hearts, ...
Washington, Dec 17 : A new research has indicated that a low glycemic diet does not improve insulin sensitivity, lipid levels or blood pressure.
Skipping meals make kids obese
London, Dec 16 : Children who skip any of the main meals - breakfast, lunch and dinner - and cling on to sugary foods are more likely to have excess body fat and an increased risk of having diabetes, heart disease or stroke, research has found.
New designer 'Triple Hormone' gives fresh hope to obese, diabetic ...
Washington, Dec 9 : In a new study, researchers have for the first time designed a substance that combines 3 metabolically active hormone components, which offers new hope to people suffering from obesity and diabetes.
Key hormone that triggers obesity found
Toronto, Dec 9 : Researchers have identified an important hormone that is elevated in obese people and contributes to obesity and diabetes by hampering the body's ability to burn calories.
Intermittent fasting can help cure obesity
Washington, Dec 3 : A new study has revealed that restricting access to food to 8-12 hours rather than allowing constant access to food may help prevent and even reverse obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Avoiding 'midnight snacking' may help stave off high cholesterol
Washington, Dec. 03 : A new study has revealed that confining caloric consumption to an 8- to 12-hour period and avoiding midnight snacking might stave off high cholesterol, diabetes and obesity.
Chinese medicinal plant may help treat obesity, diabetes
Washington, Dec 2 : A new study has revealed that a component of a flowering plant used in traditional Chinese medicine thwarts development of obesity, type 2 diabetes and hepatic steatosis.
Diabetes in midlife makes mind age five years faster later in life
Washington, Dec 2 : A new study has revealed that people diagnosed with diabetes in midlife are more likely to experience significant memory and cognitive problems during the next 20 years than those with healthy blood sugar levels.
Bitter compounds in cucumber may help treat cancer, diabetes
Washington, Nov 28 : A new study has found that the compounds in responsible for the bitter taste in cucumbers may be able to treat cancer and diabetes.
Bitter wild fruits can help treat cancer
New York, Nov 28 : The compounds that give bitter flavour to wild cucurbits - cucumber, pumpkin, melon, watermelon and squash - have the potential to treat cancer and diabetes, finds a research.
External artificial pancreas treatment more effective for diabetics ...
Washington, Nov 27 : A new study has revealed that the external artificial pancreas improves glucose control and reduces the risk of hypoglycemia compared to conventional diabetes treatment.
Artificial pancreas can treat diabetes efficiently
Toronto, Nov 27 : Compared to conventional diabetes treatment, an external artificial pancreas can improve glucose control and treatment of Type-1 diabetes, shows a study.
A breath test could identify onset of diabetes in kids
London, Nov 26 : A sweet smell on the breath of your kids could have bitter health consequences as researchers have found that it could signal the onset of Type 1 diabetes.
'Good fat' can be beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes
Melbourne, Nov 25 : A new study has revealed that brown fat, nicknamed the "good fat," can help control type 2 diabetes because it not just warms up the body in cold temperatures, but burning up calories in the process, it also "hoovers up" excess sugar.
20pc of Type 2 diabetics do not benefit from exercise regimens
Washington, Nov 25 : A new study has revealed that exercise regimens offer little benefits for 20 percent of patients with Type 2 Diabetes.
Spoonful of yoghurt a day may keep diabetes at bay
London, Nov 25 : A new study has revealed that eating one table spoon of yoghurt can dramatically cut your chances of getting diabetes.
Consuming yoghurt daily could lower diabetes risk
Washington, Nov 25 : Including yogurt in your daily diet could lower your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a study says.
'Good fat' could help manage diabetes
Melbourne, Nov 25 : Brown fat, nicknamed the 'good fat' because it warms up the body in cold temperatures, burning up calories in the process, could also be used to manage Type 2 diabetes, finds research.