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Under the weather? Whatsapp your doctor

Dr Punam Bhende is a busy diabetologist at Bengalur u's Narayana HealthCity (NH) but her OPD is quite empty. The missing patients are at her `digital OPD' on Whatsapp. When she joined NH four months ago, Bhende was only doing e-consults as part of ... Times of India, 1 week ago

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Times of India, 4 months ago

Not sweet news! Juvenile diabetes cases on the rise

Doctors claim 30 per cent spike in cases over last few yrs of kids under 5 contracting diabetes; reasons remain unknown. When Khed resident Manisha's (name changed) four-year-old daughter fell unconscious out of the blue two years, ago, her mother ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago

Experts can't digest HC ruling, say it won't help

NEW DELHI: Health experts have expressed shock and dismay over the Delhi high court's refusal to ban sale of junk food in schools. They claim that putting 'restrictions', the suggested option, cannot help curb the menace which is associated with ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Cold, flu come to haunt as mercury dips

NEW DELHI: The sudden dip in temperatures may have turned the weather pleasant, but it has also fuelled a rise in cases of viral infections. Doctors say almost every third patient visiting the OPDs these days is suffering from common cold, flu or ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Kejriwal to get naturopathy treatment for diabetes, cough

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal was advised naturopathy treatment for 10 days by doctors on Tuesday. He will be treated at a naturopathy centre in Bangalore. After examining his health for the past three consecutive days, Dr Vipin Mittal, ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Sugar levels high, Kejriwal opts for naturopathy  Times of India1 month ago

Sugar: the sweet devil

Regulate and control your sugar intake. One-quarter of what you eat keeps you alive. The other three-quarters keeps your doctor alive, says the hieroglyph on an ancient Egyptian tomb. I was reminded of this wisdom when I came across a paper in ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Nip in the air may prolong H1N1 attack

NEW DELHI: After several warm days in a row, there is a nip in the air again as winter winds up. People were seen in warm clothes on Thursday and Friday as the minimum temperature dipped slightly. Among others, the nip in the air is feared to ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Popular diabetes drug can cause side effects: Study

NEW DELHI: Prolonged use of frontline blockbuster diabetic drug metformin can lead to side effects including reduced mental abilities, depression, breathlessness and extreme fatigue. A latest government-funded study on Indian population shows the ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Epoch Times

The Nut That Boosts Metabolism and Busts Belly Fat

With its rich, creamy taste, I for one would never have suspected the decadent pistachio of aiding weight loss. But turns out that this is a metabolism-boosting nut, and science has proof of it. A research study conducted by Indian scientists ...
 Epoch Times2 months ago
Outlook India

The Pinch-By-Pinch Killer

Spanish gourmet chef Ferran Adria, who revolutionised haute cuisine with the iconic El Bulli restaurant, once said, Salt is the only product that transforms gastronomy. In Tamil, there's a proverb uppilla pandam kuppayile , meaning, a dish without ...
 Outlook India2 months ago
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