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Diabetes diet tips: Top five diabetic-friendly recipes!

Diabetes diet tips: Top five diabetic-friendly recipes!

Eating the right diabetic diet can help you maintain healthy glucose levels or prevent diabetes.

How yoga can help control, cure diabetes – Watch!

How yoga can help control, cure diabetes – Watch!

Yoga, when combined with other forms of exercise, helps a lot to control and prevent diabetes.

Five reasons why screening for type 2 diabetes is important!

Five reasons why screening for type 2 diabetes is important!

Most people with type 2 diabetes live for a long period of time without being aware of their condition.

World Diabetes Day 2016: How can diabetes affect your eyes?

World Diabetes Day 2016: How can diabetes affect your eyes?

Excess of glucose, also called sugar, in your blood from diabetes also increases your risk of eye problems.

Diabetes mellitus: Reasons why diabetic complications are much more dangerous and deadly!

Diabetes mellitus: Reasons why diabetic complications are much more dangerous and deadly!

Diabetes, often referred to by doctors as diabetes mellitus, is a chronic condition in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high.

Ayurvedic cure of diabetes – Top five home remedies that really work!

Here are some natural home remedies to keep your blood sugar controlled and lead a healthy life with diabetes.

National Ayurveda Day: Managing diabetes using natural ingredients! (Watch)

The Ministry of AYUSH is observing National Ayurveda Day on October 28 thoughout the country.

Living with diabetes: Top five ways to lower blood sugar levels!

Although diabetes is a life-long disease and has no cure it can be managed.

Diabetes mellitus in India likely to hit 79.4 million by 2030: Doctors

 The incidence of diabetes mellitus, a chronic, lifelong condition that affects the body's ability to use the energy found in food, is likely to increase 79.4 million in India, a 15 per cent increase from the current 31.7 million, said doctors.

Fatty liver disease not detected in post-menopausal women

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) considered a cardiovascular disease risk factor, is often not detected in post-menopausal women, a recent study has revealed.

World Health Day 2016: Why you need to maintain good mental health to fight diabetes

Diabetes will be the world's seventh largest killer by 2030, unless intense and focused efforts are made by governments, communities and individuals, say experts.

World Health Day: Myths and facts about diabetes mellitus

One of the most common diseases, diabetes is on the rise around the entire globe and if we consider medical experts to be trustworthy, then this disease expectedly may cross 100 million mark by the year 2030 only in India.

You may be diabetic if you have these symptoms!

The warning of diabetes are so mild that you might not even notice them.

How to spot Type 1 diabetes in children: Watch!

Here is how to spot the four most common symptoms of Type 1 diabetes in children and young people.

Hidden belly fat may be killing you: Expert

Visceral or "belly fat" stored within the abdominal cavity can do more harm to health than subcutaneous fat (fatty tissue lying directly under the skin), says an expert.

World Diabetes Day: Myths and facts about the disease

Life is certainly not easy for a diabetic as one has to maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout life since there is no cure for the disease.

Diabetic eligible for appointment in govt posts: Court

Making it clear that a diabetic is eligible for appointment in government posts as there is no scientific proof to show such a person would not be able to discharge his duties, the Madras High Court has directed Southern Railways to appoint an applicant within eight weeks.

`Daily physical activity for at least 30 minutes can reduce diabetes risk`

According to a study conducted by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), the number of Indians suffering from this disease is expected to cross 100 million mark by 2030.

Over 50 percent diabetics may develop heart diseases: Study

Over 50 percent of diabetes patients in India are at the risk of developing heart diseases, while 63 percent are at risk of getting microvascular complications, a study revealed Wednesday.

Myth or fact: Is Hibiscus the new drug to cure diabetes naturally?

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Diabetes has become a common disease these days just like any other whacky flu, cough and cold. Life is certainly not easy for a diabetic as one has to maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout, since there is no cure for the disease.