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October, 2018

  • 16 October

    Diabetes and Alopecia Areata

    Insulin is a hormone that transfers the sugar from the food you eat, from the bloodstream into the cells to be stored. When an individual doesn’t have insulin or it isn’t utilized efficiently, the level of sugar can increase in your blood thus, making an individual a diabetic patient. In fact, excessive sugar can even damage the most vital organs …

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  • 15 October

    Sugar vs Fat: Know the difference

    For various years, there have been various debates as to whether sugar or fat is the cause in the obesity epidemic.  In fact, you would be surprised to know that it was in 1970s when the debate reached to its peak point and hence, it was confirmed that fat is the main cause of the general decline in metabolic health …

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  • 14 October

    Diabetes and Coeliac Disease

    Coeliac Disease is basically defined as a gastrointestinal disorder with various symptoms that are common in several other disorders. This makes it a lot more challenging to analyze than it should be. It is one of the most under diagnosed illnesses in today’s time. However, ironically it is one of the most easily curable. The symptoms & signs of coeliac …

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  • 12 October

    Know more about Diabetic Neuropathy

    Diabetic Neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that can occur with prolonged diabetes.  Before we discuss its symptoms lets first know its types. Types of neuropathy: Peripheral neuropathy This is the most common type of diabetic neuropathy. It affects the feet and legs first, and then moves to the hands and arms. Signs and symptoms usually become worse at …

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  • 12 October

    A guide to using Insulin

    If you are a type 2 diabetic, with your diabetes worsening your doctor may have told you that you need to take insulin. But this is not all bad news. As per research taking insulin injections is one of the best ways for people who are type 2 diabetics to manage their diabetes. If you are new to insulin, read …

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  • 11 October

    Living Well with Diabetes

    Diabetes is a long-lasting condition that has indeed reached epidemic extents among adults & children all around the globe. If you do not control diabetes then it may have numerous severe consequences, like kidney disease, blindness, heart disease and several complications. Therefore, it is very significant to keep a close check at the blood sugar levels. Individuals who think they …

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  • 10 October

    Life Expectancy as a Diabetic

    How long can I expect to live with diabetes is a question that is very common in the diabetic world. Myth: Diabetes leads to death. Fact: There are a number of factors that influence one’s life expectancy as a diabetic regardless of whether they have type 1 diabetes or type 2. And NO not all diabetics die. Though an interesting …

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  • 9 October

    Be Prepared for a Diabetic Emergency

    Diabetes is a condition where the sugar level or blood glucose increases above the normal. It basically results from the incompetence of the glucose to get into the body cell that further ends in starving of the cells for food (glucose). Diabetes is said to be a prolonged illness that has adverse consequence on human’s body physically, mentally & socially. …

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  • 8 October

    Diabetic Challenges during Pregnancy

    Gestational Diabetes is the commonly observed disease that appears during pregnancy. This kind of diabetes progresses in almost 4-5% of pregnancies. If left uncured, it can ultimately lead to numerous complications that can be dangerous both for the mother & child. An essential fact about gestational diabetes is that it is entirely treatable. In order to do so, you must …

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  • 7 October

    Diabetic Retinopathy : Stages and Treatment

    What is diabetic retinopathy? Diabetic retinopathy is a condition where the blood vessels in the eye are damaged and hence leak. This can result in vision complications and in some cases even vision loss. All diabetics are at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy, if their condition is not managed and monitored well. How does diabetes affect the eyes? The retina …

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