Tuesday , 7 April 2020

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Healthy Lifestyle Tips For Diabetes And Hypertension

Healthy lifestyle tips for diabetes and hypertension

A high blood pressure that is when your blood moves through your vessels with too much force is a high-risk factor for heart diseases, kidney problems and can affect your eyesight. Having diabetes with high blood pressure further puts one at a greater risk for heart diseases. Adhering to a healthy routine and a proper diet is fundamental to managing …

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Helpful Yoga Asanas For Diabetes

Helpful yoga asanas for diabetes

Amid the ongoing influenza pandemic, the forced confinement of people has adversely affected the lifestyle of individuals. Although the best way to stay safe during this epidemic for people with chronic medical conditions, especially diabetics, is by staying indoors, what are the essential ways to keep you fit and healthy and maintain sugar levels when staying at home? Being fit …

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Black Chickpea, Sprouts and Fruit Salad

This healthy, colourful protein-packed salad cum mini-meal will have you asking for more every time. It’s perfect for your in-between meal snack. With low calorie and high fibre content, it ensures your sugar levels stay in control. It takes just 15 minutes to prep up, and you can make innumerable variations. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1) 1 cup boiled black chickpeas 2) …

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COVID-19 Daily Health Bulletin -Diabetes Educator Special

COVID-19 Daily Health Bulletin

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment.  Older people and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more likely to develop severe illness. Our diligent team …

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Influenza (Flu / Virus): Who is at Most Risk & Why?

Influenza Who is at Most Risk & Why

Influenza flu or any influenza-like illness can result in health complications that are quite uncommon, including upper respiratory illness that affects the nose, throat, and lungs. Although a common cold and fever or cough can look small, they can put a lot of people at risk depending on their age and health condition. This article is a comprehensive guide on …

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Diabetes & Kidney Disease (Nephropathy): Diagnosis & Control Measures

Diabetes & Kidney Disease (Nephropathy)_ Diagnosis & Control Measures

Diabetes being a progressive condition affects many body parts and organs. One of the key organs getting damaged/destroyed is kidneys. Diabetes and kidney disease go hand-in-hand, especially if not taken care of properly. In fact, diabetes is one of the leading causes for kidney diseases, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). When this condition continues, it can lead …

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Diabetes and Hearing Loss: Causes, Treatment & Prevention Options

Diabetes and Hearing Loss_ Causes, Treatment & Prevention Options

While people with diabetes are aware of the complications associated with the condition including nerve damage, eye problems, and heart diseases, recent studies have shown an unusual relationship between diabetes and hearing loss. The study indicated that people with diabetes are twice as prone to hearing loss than people living without diabetes. On World Hearing Day, let us examine the …

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