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August, 2018

  • 10 August

    Did You Know? Diabetes Can Lead to Unexplained Weight Loss

    Diabetes management involves identifying that diabetes results from various factors, the most prominent ones being family history and obesity. Inability to manage your weight and poor diabetes management leads to fluctuations in blood sugar management and hence must be paid attention to live healthy with diabetes. With extensive studies on management of diabetes, it has also been observed that sudden …

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  • 10 August

    Travelling with Diabetes: 6 Tips for a Safe Trip

    An important aspect of diabetes management is travelling with diabetes, which is no uphill task as with proper planning, one can easily prepare to have a safe and enjoyable journey. While there may be certain challenges before, during and after the journey as a part of the management of diabetes mellitus, with proper doctor consultation and management of diet and …

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  • 10 August

    Emerging Type 2 Diabetes in Young Adults

    International Youth Day is an awareness day designated by the United Nations to draw attention to a given set of cultural and legal issues surrounding youth. But apart from these issues, there is another emerging concern ‘diabetes’. Type 2 diabetes is significantly increasing in the pediatric and teenage population worldwide. Though more common in adults, it is on the rise …

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  • 10 August

    What to cook this weekend?

    Healthy foods usually have most of us confused. And when it is the weekend, and you have family and friends over,it becomes even more difficult. If the above said is you, then worry no more. We’ve curated a 3 meal recipe for you which is quick & easy and puts an end to “what to cook this weekend” worries. Meal 1: …

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  • 7 August

    Hear straight from Dr. Gargi about dental hygiene for diabetics

    Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic disorders in which either the body does not produce enough insulin or is not able to use the insulin in the body. This leads to high blood glucose or sugar levels. Diabetes and oral health are very closely related and form a vicious cycle. Some of the common oral conditions associated with high …

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  • 7 August

    Recognize and respond to diabetes emergencies better

    Diabetes is a condition which occurs when there is excessively high sugar level in blood. It is a lifelong condition which cannot be cured but measures can be taken to live a normal and comfortable life with it. More than 62 million people of India are affected due to it and nearly 1 million die due to diabetes every year. …

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  • 7 August

    Diabetes In Older People

    Diabetes is usually a lifelong condition which requires careful treatment. Diabetes occurs when the body fails to make or properly utilize insulin.But as and when it progresses with age it causes certain difficulties for the diabetic patient. Before we move on to complications let us first understand the symptoms of diabetes. The major signs include: Fatigue (feeling tired all the …

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  • 7 August

    Diabetic Chocolate Cake with Frosting

    Cake and diabetes sounds a bit odd right? But here is a recipe that is absolutely diabetic friendly and tasty. Now you can enjoy a nice piece of cake while following the  diabetic diet. You’ll need       150 grams Diabetic Chocolate or any chocolate which has no sugar       4 large Eggs separated.       2 tbsp Cocoa Powder (unsweetened)       200 grams / 2 cups Almond ground (Diabetics should …

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  • 6 August

    What is Brittle Diabetes: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

    Understanding Brittle Diabetes and Normal Glucose Levels in the Human Body Referred to the tough to control type 1 diabetes, brittle diabetes involves frequent, extreme swings in blood glucose levels, causing hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia. Also known as labile diabetes, the blood glucose levels often swing from very low to very high. This type of diabetes is not considered to be …

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  • 6 August

    Understanding the Difference Between Low Sugar Levels & Panic Attacks

    Diabetics tend to confuse or link low blood sugars to panic attack. The helpless feeling of being unwell, heartbeat racing and head spinning along with this you continue to wonder as your body begins to sweat. Then you ask yourself if this is a panic attack or an anxiety onset amidst normal sugar levels. While it may not always be …

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