22 Jul 2015
London: Researchers at Uppsala University have proved that even one night sleep loss may affect our metabolism. This can be linked to higher risk of obesity. Thus, sleep loss can make a negative effect on our body. It grows an excessive fat in our body which can lead to diabetes.
11 Jul 2015
London: A diet and exercise regime for high-risk obese pregnant women, while effective in promoting a healthy lifestyle, does not prevent gestational diabetes, says a study.
08 Feb 2015
Washington: The factors behind the prevalence of diabetes may be affected by the geography and hence the prevention and treatment should be based on the local factors, said a study.
11 Jun 2015
New Delhi: AstraZeneca Pharma today said it has launched diabetes drug 'Forxiga' in India. "Forxiga helps remove excess glucose from the body. It offers a new treatment approach for patients by improving glycaemic control with added benefits of weight loss and blood pressure reduction," AstraZeneca said in a filing to BSE.
01 Jul 2015
New York: Drinking low-calorie cranberry juice cocktail may help lower the risk of chronic diseases, including heart disease, diabetes and stroke, says a study.
07 Jul 2015
Chitradurga: Gopalaswami-the medicine man- is a lifesaver for many patients suffering from chronic diseases, including snake bite to any stomach problem, in and around Chitradurga district of Karnataka.
17 Jun 2015
Panaji: A Goa court has sought report from jail authorities here over allegations that VIP treatment was being given to former minister Fransisco Miccky Pacheco who is currently undergoing sentence at the Sada sub-jail for assaulting a junior engineer from the Electricity Department.
02 Feb 2015
New Delhi: A new study has found hormone that maintains metabolic health can also improve insulin action in obese, diabetic mice, paving the way for new therapies to treat type 2 diabetes.
28 May 2015
London: Researchers have explored how 3D printing can be used to help treat Type 1 diabetes. The 3D printing technique, known as bio-plotting, has taken researchers a step closer to being able to help patients who experience severe hypoglycemic situation.
24 May 2015
New York: People with faster resting heart tare are at an increased risk of developing diabetes, warns a new study. Each additional 10 beats per minute is associated with 23 percent increased risk of diabetes, similar to the effects of a three kilogram per metre square increase in body mass index (BMI), the findings showed.