Uncontrolled BP and diabetes are the leading causes of kidney failure: Doctors

While the majority of cases of kidney disease are caused by uncontrolled blood pressure, blood sugar, or both, other causes include addictions to alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and long-term painkiller use, said Dr. Manish Mandal, IGIMS Director. Patna: Although several hospitals have the resources to treat urologic conditions involving the kidneys, the state capital still has few […]

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Controlling diabetes in women will protect future generations

Doctors talked about how diabetes affects women differently than it does men, how diabetes affects women’s obesity and PCOD, how diabetes affects marriage, how diabetes affects women’s sexual health, and how to manage diabetes while pregnant. Nagpur: In India, two out of every five diabetic women are in their prime life. The likelihood of their […]

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More than 92 million Diabetics in India by 2030, says IDF

In India, almost one in two individuals do not receive the diabetes education they require when diagnosed. IDF projects that by 2030, more than 92 million diabetics will live in India. Additionally, the study reveals a funding and investment gap for diabetes education for medical professionals working in India. New Delhi: When diagnosed with diabetes, […]

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Know how Diabetes could be a cause of concern for Heart Health

Patients with diabetes are now more likely to experience heart failure. Experts estimate that people with diabetes have a nearly four-fold increased risk of developing heart failure compared to the general population. Additionally, diabetes is a risk factor for heart failure, indicating a relationship between the two. Heart disease is one of the most prevalent […]

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Almost 1 in 5 people in Mumbai might have diabetes: says Study

The BMC conducted the STEPS survey, where more than 6,000 people’s fasting blood sugar levels were examined, with the assistance of the World Health Organization. In both men and women, the study discovered 18% with elevated fasting blood glucose levels of more than 126 mg/dl (average: 70-99). Mumbai: A first-of-its-kind study conducted across the city’s […]

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How to manage Diabetes with a workout regime.

According to research, regular exercise enhances blood glucose control, delays or prevents the onset of type 2 diabetes, and increases your body’s sensitivity to insulin, which combats insulin resistance. In New Delhi, regular exercise or physical activity is a crucial component of managing type 2 diabetes. Studies demonstrating the value of exercise in managing diabetes […]

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Chennai Hospital goes digital for Diabetes care!

Dia is a chatbot that details diet, medications, and diabetes. Patients can use it to make appointments and reminders for teleconsultations, lab tests, and in-person visits. It communicates with caregivers and patients in crisis or pandemic situations. Chennai: On Thursday, a city-based diabetic hospital launched a tool that allows doctors to assess the risk of […]

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Study shows Girls may find Type 1 Diabetes management more difficult than boys

According to a recent literature review Girls with Type – 1 diabetes may experience worse outcomes than boys in controlling their blood sugar levels and other crucial areas of their health. Researchers from the Netherlands examined 90 published studies and discovered some recurrent patterns in the differences between boys and girls with type 1 diabetes. […]

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