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Vegetarian diets can be healthy only if they are carefully pla...

Interview with chairman, Fortis C-DOC, Centre of Excellence for Diabetes, Metabolic Diseases and Endocrinology Shivam Saini March 12, 2016 Last Updated at 20:34 IST Recently, Health Minister J P Nadda said that consuming a vegetarian diet prevents health ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
Times of India

Poor evidence to prove Ayurveda works on diabetes

Titled `Maximum Hype, Minimum Science', a letter published by Delhi-based endocrinologist Dr Anoop Misra in the medical journal looked at three reviews of articles and found "insufficient evidence to recommend their use in routine clinical ...
 Times of India1 month ago Diabetes killing more than 2 lakh Indians every year  Deccan Herald1 month ago Indians getting diabetes at younger ages, experts say India not taking health seriously  DNA1 month ago 'Hype' jab angers ayurveda healers  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Times of India

Indian newborns prone to heart ailments: Study

NEW DELHI: Adults may not be the only ones prone to heart ailments, newborns are equally at risk. Newborns in India have high fat inside abdomen leading to higher risk of heart diseases from birth itself, according to a study. Findings of the ...
 Times of India2 days ago

Blazing summer raises fever pitch

New Delhi: The capital is clearly feeling the heat, what with a spurt in the number of people being rushed to hospital with exhaustion, dehydration or nausea. Doctors TOI spoke to said that while prolonged exposure to sun was the main cause of such ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Farmers cold to rising demand for flaxseed

NEW DELHI: Flaxseed or linseed (Alsi or Teesi), a popular traditional food and remedy, may be gaining ground among urban consumers due to its huge health benefits, but the demand in cities has failed to enthuse farmers. Its area under cultivation ...
 Times of India5 days ago
Times of India

Kids worst hit by disorders caused by sugary drinks

MUMBAI: Reiterating that high intake of sugar-laden foods and colas could harm children's health, experts have highlighted the need to devise ways to cut down the consumption or stay more active. Dr Vivekanand Jha of George Institute for Global ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago 'Kids worst hit by disorders caused by sugary drinks'  Times of India2 weeks ago

Doctors press for sin tax on sugar-sweetened beverages

Doctors and medical professionals from the US, UK, India, Brazil and Mexico have urged the Government to implement the sin tax on beverages sweetened with sugar. The statement, sent to Members of Parliament and Ministries, said the dramatic change ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago
Odisha Television

Beware! Daily stress can lead to diabetes

New Delhi: Be it physical or emotional, taking unnecessary stress can not only give you headache or neck pain but, if left unattended for long, can also trigger elevation in blood sugar levels leading to Type 2 diabetes, health experts have warned. ...
 Odisha Television2 weeks ago Stress: A Gateway to Diabetes  Asian Lite3 weeks ago Daily stress can lead to diabetes  India New England3 weeks ago You really need to calm down because daily stress can lead to diabetes  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
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5Stress Can Trigger Type 2 Diabetes

Stress can not only cause a headache or neck pain, if left unattended for long, can also trigger elevation in blood sugar levels leading to type 2 diabetes. Owing to changes in lifestyle and daily routine, stress is now seen as a reason behind ...
 MedIndia3 weeks ago Stress Can Trigger Type 2 Diabetes  MedIndia3 weeks ago Your guide to wearable trackers that can change your health and life  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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India getting fat due to soft drinks, junk food

NEW DELHI: India's diabetes burden and the obesity problem have assumed serious levels and there's an urgent need to check these from going out of hand, the government feels. Among other factors, experts blame these on the consumption of sugary ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago
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