Vitamin D does not prevent development of type 2 diabetes

A new study has revealed that there is no substantial proof that vitamin D helps in preventing the development of type 2 diabetes in people.

Roger Moore quits drinking

'James Bond' star Roger Moore has confessed he has given up alcohol because he suffers from type 2 diabetes.

Beware! Working for long hours may lead to Type-2 diabetes

Prolonged sitting, modern erratic lifestyle and lack of physical activity can lead to the onset of Type-2 diabetes and other heart related problems.

Common diabetes pill might increase heart disease risk

A new study has claimed that a common diabetes pill can radically raise the risk of heart disease and other health complications.

Overweight people at bigger risk of stress-related diseases

A new research has found that people who are overweight face greater risk of developing stress-related diseases like type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Say cheese! Dairy products good for health

Consuming dairy products is good for health and can also reduce the risk of metabolic diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes, new research shows.

Urinary marker for diabetes identified

In what could lead to improved diagnosis and treatment of type 2 diabetes, researchers have identified a urinary marker that can lead to easy detection of diabetes.

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

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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.

Nutritional diet can help prevent, curb type 2 diabetes

A new study has revealed that specific nutritious foods and dietary patterns can help in preventing and controlling type 2 diabetes.

Insulin intake increases diabetics' risk of obesity

A new research has revealed that high insulin levels contribute to obesity and its complications and this finding may have important implications when treating diabetes.

Juvenile diabetes: Can it be prevented?

According to a study conducted by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), there are about a million children with Type I diabetes in India.

BP pills not the reason for falling, fracturing bones

A new study has recently revealed that people taking intensive blood pressure medication are not prone to falling and breaking bones.

Uric acid may play crucial role in causing metabolic syndrome

A new animal study has revealed that excess uric acid in the blood might be the new culprit that disrupts normal metabolism.

Diabetes drug may even benefit non-diabetics

A study involving over 180,000 people has shown that patients treated with the widely prescribed diabetic drug metformin can live longer than non-diabetics.

Interval walking healthier than continuous walking for diabetics

A new research has demonstrated that training with alternating levels of walking intensity i.e. interval training can be better than walking at a continuous speed that will ultimately help manage blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes.

Watch your waistline for diabetes risk

A British health report has warned that adults with a large waistline are five times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes.

Diabetic patients should have low carb diets: Study

A new study has revealed that diet with low carbohydrates is good for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes patients.

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

Men who works in shift are at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a study warns.

Insulin pumps more affective than multiple shots in type 2 diabetes

A new study has revealed that insulin pumps are significantly more effective at controlling blood glucose (sugar) in people with type 2 diabetes.

Anti-depressants during pregnancy up obesity, diabetes risk in infants

Pregnant women are particularly vulnerable to depression, but women who take anti-depressants during pregnancy may be predisposing their infants to Type 2 diabetes and obesity later in life, says a study.