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Phenotype, Body Composition, and Prediction Equations (Indian ...

by Surya Prakash Bhatt, Anoop Misra, Priyanka Nigam, Randeep Guleria, M. A. Qadar Pasha Objective In this study, we have attempted comparison of detailed body composition phenotype of Asian Indians with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) vs ..., 4 days ago

Diabetic Diet and Exercise Program Recommended by a Dietician

By , NDTV Updated: November 18, 2015 17:32 IST Diabetes in India is approaching epidemic proportions. The Diabetes Foundation of India estimates that 67 million people already suffer from diabetes. A study by Dr. Anoop Misra showed that 37% ...
 NDTV1 week ago 'Metabolic surgery' panacea for diabetics  NetIndia123.com1 week ago Getting off the sugary track!  InToday2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Breaking bad habits and living a healthy lifestyle can reverse diabetes

Indians not only develop diabetes a decade before Caucasians but many are not even aware they have it until complications such as nerve damage sets in. Genes predispose about 30% people to getting the disease early, but in the rest of the cases, ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago 1 in 4 Indian diabetics not obese: Research  Times of India2 weeks ago Fat tummy doesn't mean that you are a diabetic  Odisha Samaya2 weeks ago 1 in 4 Indian diabetics not obese  Times of India2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Children at risk: Alarming level of diabetes among adolescents

The Galgali family was shocked when they took Niharika, 16, to get treated for dengue in August and was told she had diabetes. Her blood results showed glucose levels of 400 mg/ dL, when the normal is under 100 mg/dL. They asked if she was diabetic, ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
Times of India

Most patients visiting docs suffer from respiratory disorders

Study: 14.52% People Have Hypertension More than half of all patients visiting primary healthcare centres were found to have respiratory symptoms across all age groups and regions of India, a latest study published in the international health ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago More than half visiting primary healthcare centre suffer from respiratory disorders  Times of India2 weeks ago

The Effects Of Energy Drinks On Your Blood Pressure And Heart Rate Are Worse Than You Thought

Do you drink energy drinks often for that extra boost? Or do you only mix them with your alcohol? Either way, you could be doing serious damage to your health. via CBS News Energy drinks harm your heart, even if youre young and healthy. A ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks ago Energy drinks are bad for your heart, says international study  Times of India2 weeks ago Energy drinks bad for your heart, finds study  Economic Times2 weeks ago
News24 Nigeria

Is fat good or bad? The debate carries on

Is fat it still the enemy, or now a friend? Opinions vary wildly. Take Finland, where growing numbers of people are embracing full-fat products which they feel have got a bad rap to the consternation of health experts. Across the globe, India ...
 News243 weeks ago | Is fat good or bad? The debate carries on  News24 Nigeria3 weeks ago The Big 'Fat' Debate: A Friend in Finland, Enemy in India  NDTV2 months ago Food fat debate: An ally in Finland, a foe in India  Japan Times2 months ago
Odisha Samaya

Antacids can make your kidneys ill

T wo recent researches published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology reveals that long use of ; an antacid may damage your kidneys. The first study followed 10,482 participants from the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study ...
 Odisha Samaya3 weeks ago Long-term use of antacids is likely to damage kidneys  Times of India3 weeks ago Should you take PPI for acidity?  Times of India3 weeks ago Beware: Your reliable antacid may be killing your kidneys  Times of India3 weeks ago

Key witness in Kerala murder turns hostile

TRIVANDRUM: The key witness in the sensational murder of a guard by a billionaire nine months back turned hostile when the trial began on Monday. The Thrissur District Sessions Additional Court hearing the case ruled that Anoop, the only ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago
Times of India

Music could soon be part of post-operative treatment

NEW DELHI: However, use of music in clinical care does not help reduce the hospital stay of a patient, says the study. The findings of the study show that as a non-invasive, safe and inexpensive intervention, music can be successfully used to help ...
 Times of India1 month ago Music can help in post-operative recovery of patients  Times of India1 month ago
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