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[Correspondence] Ayurveda for diabetes in India

We believe that Anoop Misra and colleagues' depiction of Ayurvedic medicine in their Correspondence (April, 2016)1 on alternative medicines for diabetes in India contains Lancet Neurology, 1 month ago
Indian Express

Pay To Modi is trending on Twitter because Rahul Gandhi made this hilarious statement

Criticising Narendra Modi's move - which completes a month today - Rahul Gandhi said that demonetisation of the old currency notes has benefited only a few people and has proved to be a pain for millions. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has ...
 Indian Express1 hour ago
DNA India

How mobile apps help manage disease and track fitness

Mohan Lal Verma's son Amit gifted him a smartphone on his 50th birthday. Not because an ageing Verma is a technology geek, but to enable him to manage multiple diseases he is suffering from i.e. diabetes, obesity and hypertension. Verma now finds it ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Wellbeing @ Work: How is your office pitching in?

Stressed? Highly likely, if you spend your days juggling long hours at work, unending commutes, ATM queues, air pollution, family dynamics, rising prices, less time for friends and loved ones, irritable colleagues and surly strangers. "Physical and ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
Times of India

Hospitals usher in swiping changes

New Delhi: The demonetisation drive is pushing hospitals towards more cashless transactions. The share of cash transactions has gone down by 30% and more patients are preferring to pay by card, through online transfer and even digital wallets. "In ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Urban-middle class women have the highest risk of diabetes: Study

NEW DELHI: Diabetes is increasing rapidly among urban women in India, putting them at risk of various other diseases resulting in premature mortality. The disease condition is prevalent among 17.7% of urban middle class women. Even among poor women ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Diabetes on rise among urban Indian women  Times of India3 weeks ago

Sedentary lifestyle gnawing at urban women's health

The Science and Society Division of the Ministry of Science and Technology under one of its projects has observed significant location based differences in cardio-metabolic risk factors in women in India. It found that the urban-middle class women ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago
Livemint.com

Cut your diabetes risk

India has more than 69 million people with type 2 diabetes, and the number is expected to rise to 140 million by 2040. This could be due to the presence of high body fat, abdominal fat, liver and pancreatic fat and lower lean mass, says a paper ...
 Ng.Newshub.org3 weeks ago

Why you should be worried about undiagnosed diabetes

Replay Video Did Trump Campaign More Than Clinton In Key States? In the last 100 days of the election, "President-elect Donald Trump heavily out-campaigned his Democratic opponent." Trump spent approximately 50 percent more time in six ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago
DNA India

Experts raise doubts over ayurvedic drugs for diabetes

While the Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) is launching "Mission Madhumeha through Ayurveda" on Friday, modern medicine doctors continue to be at loggerheads over efficacy of the alternative system ...
 DNA India1 month ago
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