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Could stress give you diabetes?

Could stress give you diabetes?

London The popular image of a patient with type 2 diabetes is someone who's overweight, with a couch-potato lifestyle. It's a stereotype that makes salesman Dave Dowdeswell furious. The father-of-two, now 48, developed the condition at the ... IOL, 6 days ago
Does It Matter When You Exercise? Diabetes Forecast, 1 week ago

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Med India

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Doubles Type-2 Diabetes Risk in Women

Women who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are almost twice as likely to develop type-2 diabetes, according to public health scientists at Columbia University and Harvard University. Researchers analyzed data based on surveys given to nearly ...
 Med India1 month ago Women Veterans Likely to be Obese, Depressed Than Men  MedIndia6 days ago Women veterans younger, more depressed when referred for heart test  Science Daily1 week ago Young women veterans referred for cardiac tests more likely to be depressed than men veterans  News-Medical.Net1 week ago

Health Minister Nadda stresses on importance of yoga in preventing diseases

"In a way, the answer to non-communicable diseases like hypertension, cancer and diabetes is yoga. If we see the preventive part, this (yoga) has very important role to play," he said. Noting that the burden of non-communicable diseases was very high ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago Health Minister JP Nadda Stresses on the Importance of Yoga  NDTV1 week ago JP Nadda stresses on importance of yoga in preventing diseases  Topnews.in1 week ago Shri J P Nadda inaugurates conclave to spread awareness on diabetesat S-VYASA University, Bangalore  PIB2 months ago
Med India

City life stress may make people more prone to diabetes in developing nations

A new study has recently revealed that the increased stress may make people, who relocate from rural areas to cities, more prone to diabetes in developing nations. One factor that could raise a person's risk of developing diabetes and other metabolic problems ...
 Sify2 months ago Urban Lifestyle may Make People More Prone to Diabetes  Med India2 months ago Relocation of Rural Natives to Urban Areas Elevate Cortisol Levels and Risk Of Diabetes  Med India2 months ago Stress triggering diabetes in developing nations  Prokerala2 months ago
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Why the 5:2 diet works: Study shows 'feast and famine' DOES help you live longer - as long as you stay away from superfoods

Fasting is thought to prevent diseases including cancer and diabetes Starving body allows it to respond better to stress that might otherwise damage it, according to a study on 24 volunteers over 10 weeks It causes a small increase to SIRT 3, a gene ...
 Capital Bay6 days ago ‘Feast & famine’ diet helps you live longer  Asian Age4 days ago Occasional fasting may help you live longer  Jagran Post5 days ago

Nigella sativa Improves Glycemic Control and Ameliorates Oxidative Stress in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Placebo Controlled Participant Blinded Clinical Trial

by Huda Kaatabi, Abdullah Omar Bamosa, Ahmed Badar, Abdulmohsen Al-Elq, Bodour Abou-Hozaifa, Fatma Lebda, Akram Al-Khadra, Sameeh Al-Almaie Background and Objective Oxidative stress plays an important role in pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus and ...
 Plosone.org1 week ago

8 Ways to Ease Diabetes Stress

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 EverydayHealth.com2 weeks ago
Medical News Today

Stress: its surprising implications for health 2021971

Whether it is down to work pressure, money worries or relationship troubles, most of us experience stress at some point in our lives. In fact, around 75% of us report experiencing moderate to high levels of stress over the past month. It is well ...
 Medical News Today6 days ago Six surprising sources of stress — and how to do away with them  Washington Post1 week ago Chronic stress can wreak havoc on the body  Science News Online1 week ago Stress: How It Works And How To Beat It  Popular Science2 weeks ago
Huffington Post

6 Surprising Heart Attack Triggers

Some heart attack risk factors are common knowledge. The average person knows, for example, that obesity, diabetes and hypertension can lead to an increased risk. And behaviors like smoking and a sedentary lifestyle are well-known risk factors as ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago 6 Things You Might Not Know Can Trigger A Heart Attack13  Huffington Post6 days ago

Pedalling their way to a healthy life

LUCKNOW: Deep Raj Fredrick weighed a hefty 98 kg till a year ago. A diabetic, Fredrick had been taking insulin for past 12 years. Tired of his bulky frame and health issues, the 43-year-old instructor in railways embarked on a cycle of change, ...
 Times of India6 days ago
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