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Dealing with Diabetes in Children

Dealing with Diabetes in Children. Exercise, regular check on sugar level and a snack with carb helps in dealing Type 1 Diabetes.   India is home to a whopping 69.2 million people suffering from Diabetes and is anticipated to rise to as much as 123.4 million by 2040. The major point of concern is that it […]

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Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs)

What is the treatment for ‘Non-Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFUs)’?

What is the treatment for ‘Non-Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFUs)’? The use of platelet-rich plasma, which is rich in multiple growth factors and cytokines is gaining popularity. Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) are among the most common complications of diabetes mellitus with a lifetime incidence of up to 15% among the diabetic population. Studies have shown that […]

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Diabetes care and heart health

How to manage peripheral neuropathy in diabetes?

To prevent peripheral neuropathy manage blood sugar level, which involves: anti-diabetic medication, diet control and exercise. And how to manage peripheral neuropathy in diabetes? Key consideration to manage peripheral neuropathy  is personal hygiene, blood sugar control and foot care For a long time now and well in to the foreseeable future, diabetes and its complications will remain […]

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How to prevent increasing of diabetes in children?

How to prevent increasing of diabetes  in children? Inculcating healthy eating habits and some physical activity like walking, outdoor sports, yoga etc can prevent increasing diabetes in children. The incidence of diabetes (both Type 1 and Type 2) in children is increasing with every passing year. Diabetes is a silent disease and hence, its symptoms are […]

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Diabetes is not a diseases but a disorder

Types of Diabetes commonly affecting the young

 There are different types of diabetes like Type II diabetes, Latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA), Maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY), Juvenile diabetes or Type I diabetes, Diabetic ketoacidosis. But only few  types of Diabetes are common among youngsters. Types of Diabetes commonly affecting the young can be understood with this article. Type II […]

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Diabetes-–-A-Problem-of-Life-Style

70% women unable to proactively manage diabetes!

70% women unable to proactively manage diabetes! Yes as per a recent analysis of diabetes patients by Portea Medical, India’s leading consumer healthcare brand, has revealed that men outnumber women exponentially when it comes to selecting a diabetes care plan. The findings are based on comprehensive findings from a study of over 12,000 patients and […]

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How diabetes effects eye health?

How diabetes effects eye health? Diabetic retinopathy is caused due to the changes in the blood vessels in the retina due to diabetic conditions. Diabetic retinopathy is fast emerging as one of the leading causes of blindness in the world and preventive measures should be taken for eye health. According to the World Health Organisation […]

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Diabetes care and heart health

How diabetes effects heart health?

Diabetes causes major long-term complications in patients and is a leading cause of cardiovascular diseases. It doubles the risk of heart ailments in patients with nearly 75% deaths caused by coronary artery disease. Globally, nearly 2.2 million deaths are caused by cardiovascular diseases and other complications like renal failure (kidney failure) arising from diabetes. As […]

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Gestational diabetes

How to lower the risk of Gestational diabetes?

How to lower the risk of Gestational diabetes? Risk of Gestational diabetes can be managed by healthy diet and eating pattern, regular physical activity  and also by monitoring blood sugar levels. Gestational diabetes in mother increases the risk of pre-diabetes and obesity in kids. In case you suffer from gestational diabetes during the course of […]

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