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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.

Eating oily fish may lower risk of diabetic vision-loss

Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetes complication that affects eyes and has become a leading global cause of vision loss.

Diabetes drug ineffective in advanced heart failure patients

The findings showed that despite improvements in blood sugar control, the use of the drug liraglutide did not improve the clinical stability or pumping action of the heart in patients with advanced heart failure. 

Lactating mothers can reduce risk of diabetes through breastfeeding, says study

The metabolites in women who breastfed for more than three months differed significantly from those who had shorter lactation periods.

Cycling lowers risk of Type 2 diabetes: Research

Often considered to be a recreational activity, the research suggests that people who took up habitual cycling were at 20 per cent lower risk for T2D than non-cyclists.

BGR-34 - Ayurvedic anti-diabetic drug launched by CSIR!

The modern diabetes drugs are known for side-effects and toxicity while BGR-34 works by controlling blood sugar and limiting the harmful effects of other drugs.

Reasons you should be eating more broccoli!

As per a latest study from the University of Illinois in the US, eating this powerful antioxidant broccoli three or four times a week may be associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, asthma and several types of cancer. 

Eat sesame rich food to reduce oxidative stress

After multiple clinical trials, researchers reported increased levels of antioxidants and a reduction in oxidative stress with sesame consumption, particularly for individuals with hypertension and with Type 2 diabetes.

Avoid junk food to keep your kidneys healthy!

N new study has warned that eating junk and fatty food regularly can cause long-term damage to your kidneys and trigger diabetes.

Combination of insulin, diabetes pill can cut mortality risk

Insulin when taken in conjunction with metformin -- a cheap and common drug that helps control blood sugar levels -- has the potential to reduce mortality risk and heart attacks in people with Type 2 diabetes, a new study has found.

Diabetes triggers hearing impairment: Study

Other conditions that damage of the auditory system has been associated with are social isolation and depression, cognitive decline and incident dementia, a higher propensity for falls and hospitalisations, and increased mortality.

Metformin, the first-line treatment for diabetes

As evidence on the newer versus older diabetes medications continues to amass, clinicians and patients need updated evidence on their comparative effectiveness and safety to make informed treatment choices.

Liver disease risk rises in people with type 2 diabetes: Study

NAFLD is commonly linked to obesity, which is also a risk factor for type 2 diabetes.

Depression may boost risk of type 2 diabetes

But people only with metabolic risk factors like obesity, high blood pressure and unhealthy cholesterol levels and not depression were around four times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes.

Beware! Daily stress can lead to diabetes

It is widely recognised that people with diabetes are regularly stressed and are more likely to have poor blood glucose control.

Weight-loss surgery, a cure for diabetes

Peters noted that weight-loss surgery is dramatically more effective in the treatment of type 2 diabetes than a conventional treatment of diet changes and medication.

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: What happens when you have diabetes? - Watch!

Also called diabetes mellitus, diabetes is a group of chronic diseases where the amount of blood glucose is too high.

Eat breakfast with whey protein to beat diabetes

The team randomly assigned 48 overweight and obese participants with Type 2 diabetes who were, on average, 59 years of age, to one of three diets that contained the same number of calories.

You may be diabetic if you have these symptoms!

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