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People working in night shifts find it harder to control diabetes, says study

People working in night shifts find it harder to control diabetes, says study

The findings expand on previous research showing that night shift work is associated with an increased risk for the development of diabetes.

Are you a night owl? You may be at greater risk of depression

Are you a night owl? You may be at greater risk of depression

Researchers found that people with type 2 diabetes who are 'night owls' and prefer the evening for activity have more symptoms of depression - regardless of the quality of their sleep - than those who sleep early and are early risers. 

Childhood brain tumour survivor's high body fat increases risk of stroke, heart disease

Childhood brain tumour survivor's high body fat increases risk of stroke, heart disease

A new research has shown that survivors of childhood brain tumours have high body fat which increases the risk of stroke, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and early death.

Type 2 diabetes can be reversed in just four months, say researchers

Type 2 diabetes can be reversed in just four months, say researchers

As it progresses, individuals with type 2 diabetes often need to use a healthy diet, exercise and an increasingly complex combination of medications to manage the condition.

Consuming gluten-free food may increase diabetes risk

Consuming gluten-free food may increase diabetes risk

A new research has revealed that individuals who eat gluten-free foods such as starch-containing rice, cassava, corn, soy among others regualarly are at the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

A fasting diet may help reduce symptoms of diabetes: Study

A fasting diet may help reduce symptoms of diabetes: Study

A study has showed that a fasting diet may help in treating diabetes.

Here's how weight lifting exercises can help reduce your risks of heart disease, diabetes

Here's how weight lifting exercises can help reduce your risks of heart disease, diabetes

As per a new study, doing weight lifting exercises may not only help you tone those muscles, but also lower the risk of cardiovascular disease as well as Type 2 diabetes.

Men more prone to Type 2 diabetes than women: Study

Men more prone to Type 2 diabetes than women: Study

Researchers said men could be more prone to Type 2 diabetes as they accumulate more iron than women. As compared to one-fifth of women, two-fifth of men were at risk of the disease.

Your kid's favourite video might put him at risk of early diabetes

Your kid's favourite video might put him at risk of early diabetes

 If your child remains glued to his or her favourite video game, try to move him away as it might elevate the risk of diabetes.

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.

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.

Protein rich diet can reduce fatty liver disease

When left untreated, fatty liver is an important step progress to Type 2 diabetes and can develop into liver cirrhosis, which can have life-threatening effects.

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.

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.

Short walks after meals - The best way to manage type 2 diabetes!

The findings showed that post-meal blood sugar levels dropped 12 per cent on average when the participants followed the "walking after meals" advice compared to walking at any time of the day.

Coronary artery surgery can prevent heart failure in people with diabetes!

Heart failure is a common condition among people with Type 2 diabetes. 

Workout tips for women: Five best exercises for a fabulous, fit body!

Perhaps, our sedentary lifestyles hardly leave us with any time to focus on the most important part of our lives, our health.

Revealed – Link between between obesity, diabetes!

With 9.8 million obese men and 20 million obese women (fifth and third rank respectively in the world in 2014), according to a study published in The Lancet journal, it is a double whammy for India.

Researchers identify new culprit type 2 diabetes gene!

Using the gene editing technology called CRISPR and other sophisticated scientific tools, the researchers identified this gene, ACSL5.

Diabetes drug may help prevent heart diseases: Study

A new study has revealed that diabetes drug may help prevent the risk of developing heart diseases.