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Link between cancer, diabetes and heart disease revealed
Washington, Apr.20 : A new study has revealed that shared risk factors lead to diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
11.69% women in WB are under impact of Gestational Diabetes leading ...
Kolkata, Apr 19 : The second batches of 29 doctors in Kolkata on Sunday were conferred certifications for the 'Certificate Course in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (CCGDM),' an executive on-job training program that develops core competencies in doctors in the area of Gestational Diabetes management.
Depression, diabetes tied to high dementia risk
New York, April 16 : Individuals diagnosed with either depression or diabetes, or both, are at increased risk of dementia compared with people who have neither condition, says a new study.
Gestational diabetes may increase risk of autistic baby
Washington, April 15 : Mothers who develop diabetes during the first 26 weeks of pregnancy may have a higher risk of having a baby who will develop autism, a study published in the American Medical Association's JAMA Internal Medicine journal said.
Oral medication better protects diabetics from pollution
New York, April 11 : Oral diabetes medications are more effective than insulin in protecting diabetics from the adverse effects of high traffic pollution, says a study.
Psychological stress can triple Type-1 diabetes risk in kids
London, April 10 : Serious life events in childhood, such as death or illness in the family, divorce/separation, a new child or adult in the family, and conflicts in the family can triple the risk of subsequently developing Type-1 diabetes (T1D), a new research has found.
Woman with slew of diseases gives birth to child: Doctors
Gurgaon, April 9 : A 26-year-old pregnant woman suffering from a slew of diseases, including diabetes and liver complications, gave birth to a child at a hospital here, doctors said on Thursday.
Blues legend B.B. King leaves hospital
Los Angeles, April 9 : "King of the Blues" B.B. King has been released from a hospital in Las Vegas where he was admitted on the weekend and is "much better" after suffering from dehydration resulting from his Type 2 diabetes, according to a communique released by the singer to the media.
B.B. King rushed to hospital following diabetes emergency
Los Angeles, April 7 : Musician B.B. King has been hospitalised at a medical centre near his home in Las Vegas.
Blues legend B.B. King rushed to Las Vegas hospital over medical ...
Washington, Apr 7 : American Blues legend B.B. King was recently rushed to a Las Vegas hospital for a diabetes-related emergency.
Regular exercise can keep lifestyle diseases away (April 7 is World ...
By Sreeparna Chakrabarty, New Delhi, April 5 : Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis - Indians are facing an unhealthy future burdened with a slew of lifestyle diseases. But instead of expensive medication and therapy, the cure lies in making exercise a compulsory part of everyday ...
High-fat milk products reduce diabetes risk
London, April 5 : Consumption of high-fat dairy products is associated with reduced risk for Type-2 diabetes, says a study.
Eating 4 eggs a week reduces risk of type 2 diabetes by 37 pc
Washington, Apr 3 : A new research has revealed that eating eggs may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes as it improves glucose balance in the body.
Consumption of high-fat dairy foods linked to reduced risk of type 2 ...
Washington, April 3 : People who eat high-fat dairy products face reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, says a new study.
An egg a day may keep diabetes away
London, April 3 : If you love eggs, there is good news for you. Egg consumption could reduce the risk of Type-2 diabetes, says a new research.
Malnourished children prone to diabetes, heart disease as adults
New York, April 3 : A new study in baboons sheds light on why people who are malnourished in early childhood often experience poor health as adults.
One-hour TV daily may up diabetes risk
New York, April 3 : Think twice before you settle down for your favourite TV show as every hour you spend in front of the idiot box increases the risk of developing diabetes by over three percent, warns a study.
New therapy helps NRI overcome diabetes, heart problems
Ludhiana, April 2 : An NRI, having eye and heart complications besides difficulty in walking even a few steps, successfully underwent a newly-introduced External Counter Pulsation (ECP) therapy, a hospital claimed here on Thursday.
Night owls at greater diabetes risk
Seoul, April 2 : Love to watch late-night TV or chat with your girlfriend till the wee hours? You may run a greater risk of developing diabetes than early risers despite getting equal amount of sleep, a new study warns.
Night owls run higher diabetes risk than early risers
Washington, Apr 2 : A new study has revealed that night owls are more likelier to develop diabetes, metabolic syndrome and sarcopenia than early risers, even when they get the same amount of sleep.
Watching TV increases risk of diabetes by 3.4 percent every hour
Washington, Apr 02 : A new study has indicated that every hour spent watching television means increasing the risk of developing diabetes by 3.4 per cent.
Women with history of depression may develop diabetes during pregnancy
Washington, April 1 : Women who have a history of depression face risk of developing diabetes while they're expecting, says a new study.
Diabetes drugs may increase risk of heart failure
Washington, Mar 29 : A new study has examined that glucose or sugar-lowering medications prescribed to patients with diabetes may pose an increased risk for the development of heart failure in these patients.
Stem cells behave as people in a society
London, March 26 : Just as humans, stem cells interact with each other but finally take their own individual decisions, says a new study. The research published in the scientific journal PLOS Biology could eventually lead to a better control over the production of insulin-producing endocrine cells ...
Why diabetes drug makes people fat
New York, March 26 : Medication used to treat patients with Type II diabetes activates sensors on brain cells that increase hunger, causing people to gain more body fat, new research has found.
'Fats' may help treat type 2 diabetes
Washington, Mar 25 : A new research has discovered that fats were a 'new weapon' in the war against type 2 diabetes and play an important role to treat it.
Danish researchers identify key protein
London, March 23 : In a first, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have identified a key protein that can prove relevant for research into diseases such as diabetes, arteriosclerosis and sclerosis.
Mom's age at childbirth linked to son's diabetes risk
Washington, Mar 22 : A new research has revealed that a mom's age at childbirth may affect her baby boy's birth weight as well as his adult glucose metabolism.
Vitamin D may prevent type 2 diabetes, clogged arteries
Washington, Mar 20 : A new research has suggested that Vitamin D plays a major role in preventing the inflammation that leads to type 2 diabetes and atherosclerosis.
Stem cells can reverse Type 2 diabetes as well
Washington, Mar 20 : A new study has revealed for the first time, that stem cells could reverse Type 2 diabetes too.