Diabetes

Diabetes

Ramadan tips during coronavirus pandemic

Shaikh Ahmad bin Abdul Aziz Al Haddad, grand mufti and head of the Fatwa Department at the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai, said that taking an intramuscular Covid-19 ...

Ramadan tips during coronavirus pandemic

Diabetes drug may be new weapon against HIV

A team of researchers has discovered an important vulnerability of the AIDS-causing retrovirus HIV, and has shown in preclinical experiments that a widely used diabetes drug, metformin, seems able to ...

Diabetes drug may be new weapon against HIV

Eating earlier could reduce risk factors for type-2 diabetes: Study

A new research drove by The Endocrine Society found that intermittent fasting or eating earlier is associated with lower blood sugar levels and insulin resistance

Eating earlier could reduce risk factors for type-2 diabetes: Study

Diabetes Awareness Day 2021 today

Diabetic patient needs COVID-19 shot on priority basis

North Shahjahanpur dwellers Nurul Haque Patwari, 93, and his wife Rokeya Begum, 75, got COVID-19 vaccines at Mugda Medical College and Hospital on 8 February.

Diabetic patient needs COVID-19 shot on priority basis

An egg a day can trigger diabetes too, warn researchers

Scrambled, poached or boiled, eggs are a popular breakfast food the world over but new research warns that excess egg consumption can increase your risk of diabetes

Whole eggs don't raise your risk of heart disease, in fact, it may be worse for your health to not eat them.

Heart disease in teenagers linked to diabetes exposure in womb

In a major study, researchers have revealed that heart disease in young adults and teenagers may be related to exposure to diabetes in the womb.

Heart disease in teenagers linked to diabetes exposure in womb

Women more prone to uncontrolled diabetes: Study

Traditionally, women play the role of caregivers in India when it comes to families and their health. More often than not, this means that they prioritise the health of their loved ones over their ...

Women more prone to uncontrolled diabetes: Study

Hand grip can detect people at high diabetes risk: Study

A study that measured the muscular hand grip strength of 776 men and women without a history of diabetes over a 20-year period has found that a simple test such as the strength of hand grip could be ...

Hand grip can detect people at high diabetes risk: Study

Study links COVID-19 to rise in childhood type 1 diabetes

Cases of type 1 diabetes among children in a small UK study almost doubled during the peak of Britain's COVID-19 epidemic, suggesting a possible link between the two diseases that needs more ...

Study links COVID-19 to rise in childhood type 1 diabetes

Stress hormone linked to higher blood sugar in diabetics

Researchers have showcased a clear link between the stress hormone cortisol and higher blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes.

Stress hormone linked to higher blood sugar in diabetics
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