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Men in shift work at higher type 2 <strong>diabetes</strong> risk: Study

Men in shift work at higher type 2 diabetes risk: Study

26 Jul 2014

New York: Men who work in shifts are at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a study warns. The reasons for this finding are not clear, say the authors, but suggest that men working shift patterns might need to pay more attention to the possible health consequences of their working schedule.

Diabetes,   diabetic patients,   shift work,   type 2 diabetes,   type 2 diabetes risk,  
Bacteria linked to obesity and <strong>diabetes</strong> found

Bacteria linked to obesity and diabetes found

25 Jul 2014

New York: Biologists have discovered an extremely widespread virus that could be as old as humans and could play a major role in obesity and diabetes. More than half the world's population is host to the newly described virus, named crAssphage, which infects one of the most common types of gut bacteria, Bacteroidetes, the findings showed.

Bacteria,   obesity,   diabetes,   biologist,   virus,   population,  
15 Delhi schools to receive training on <strong>diabetes</strong> management

15 Delhi schools to receive training on diabetes management

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Fifteen schools in Delhi will be among the first in India to receive information and training on how to educate teachers, students and parents on diabetes using specially designed 'school diabetes information pack'.

Delhi schools,   diabetes management,   HRIDAY,   diabetes,   precautions for diabetes,  
Lack of sleep leads to distorted memory: Report

Lack of sleep leads to distorted memory: Report

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Person deprived of sleep is more likely to form false memory, says a new research. Researchers at Michigan State University and the University of California, Irvine found participants deprived of a night's sleep were more likely to have distorted memory.

Lack of sleep,   distorted memory,   false memory,   chronic diseases,   hypertension,   diabetes,  
Centre financing schemes for sewage <strong>treatment</strong> plants: Venkaiah Naidu

Centre financing schemes for sewage treatment plants: Venkaiah Naidu

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Union government is impressing upon state governments and municipal bodies to incorporate rain water harvesting projects in their urban plans, Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said on Thursday.

Union government,   Venkaiah Naidu,   Urban Development,   Rajya Sabha,   water harvesting,   Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission ,  
Thyroid <strong>treatment</strong> may prevent heart disease in diabetics

Thyroid treatment may prevent heart disease in diabetics

27 Jun 2014

New York: Low thyroid levels in the cardiac tissue of diabetics may be the major cause of their associated heart disease, a study has said, indicating that restoring thyroid hormones in heart may prevent heart disease in diabetics.

Thyroid treatment,   prevent heart disease,   heart disease,   heart disease in diabetics,   Diabetes,   ,  
Harish Rawat returns home after month-long <strong>treatment</strong> at AIIMS

Harish Rawat returns home after month-long treatment at AIIMS

17 Jul 2014

Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat arrived in Dehradun after he was discharged from AIIMS in Delhi. Rawat was admitted to the premier medical institute after he sustained a neck injury during a rough helicopter ride.

Harish Rawat,   Uttarakhand Chief Minister,   Uttarakhand,   AIIMS,   Uttarakhand CM,   Uttarakhand govt ,  
Cheaper drug more effective in heart attack <strong>treatment</strong>

Cheaper drug more effective in heart attack treatment

07 Jul 2014

London: A drug used to prevent blood clot formation during emergency heart attack treatment could result in improved outcomes compared to another drug which is in widespread use in high-income countries, and is around 400 times more expensive.

Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention,   heart attack,   heart problems,   drugs for heart problem,   PPCI,   bivalirudin,  
Scientists make genetic breakthrough in malaria <strong>treatment</strong>

Scientists make genetic breakthrough in malaria treatment

02 Jul 2014

Beijing: Scientists have discovered the key gene behind severe malaria, a finding that may provide new strategies for the treatment and prevention of the deadly disease.

Scientists,   genetic breakthrough,   malaria treatment,   key gene,   severe malaria,  
Spine function test for back pain <strong>treatment</strong>

Spine function test for back pain treatment

28 Jun 2014

New Delhi: With most people suffering from back pain at some point of time in their lives, researchers have now developed a digital test to measure the functioning of the spine.

Spine function,   back pain,   measuring spine functioning,   back pain treatment,   treatment for back pain,   functioning of spine,  

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