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Claw Toes sign of underlying diabetes, says doctors

According to the doctors, though claw foot is not painful the patients experience discomfort while walking.

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Diabetes can make heart attack 50 per cent deadlier

Diabetes has been proven to be a significant long-term population burden among patients who have had a heart attack.

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It pays to finish your bowl of broccoli

People whose diets consist of broccoli have a lesser risk of contracting degenerative diseases.

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Viagra can cut heart attack risk

Drugs used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction actually have a very pronounced effect in slowing the progression of heart failure.

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Adequate sleep cuts major health risks in children, teenagers

Ensuring ample time for sleep is one of the best ways to promote a healthy lifestyle for a child.

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An injectable diabetes drug can reduce risk of heart and kidney disease

Liraglutide has shown across-the-board benefits for cardiovascular diseases.

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Heart disease, diabetes may be deadly combination: Study

Patients with Type 2 diabetes admitted in hospital for heart failure have a one in four chance of dying in 18 months, finds a new study.

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How to manage diabetes during Ramadan

According to experts, diabetic patients who fast during Ramadan are likely to be at risk of major health complications.

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Metformin, a Diabetes drug, proves a useful weapon against cancer, says American study

Studies show that metformin improves survival for some breast cancer patients by 50 percent and shows promise as a treatment for patients diagnosed with endometrial hyperplasia

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An unhealthy marriage may actually lower the risk of diabetes in men: Study

Studies have shown that unhappy marriages could end up being fruitful for diabetic men but not so much for women.

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Combination of insulin, diabetes pill can cut mortality risk

Increased dosage of insulin has been previously known to raise the risk of cancer, heart attacks and mortality.

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Chandigarh health department to screen residents for cancer, diabetes

The residents will be screened for non-communicable diseases like cervical and breast cancer, leprosy, skin problems and others.

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Studies say Maharashtrians at highest risk of developing diabetes

People from Karnataka, New Delhi and West Bengal follow.

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Study says diabetes can impair hearing

Clinicians should include the testing of hearing in managing Type-2 diabetes.

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Living around green spaces checks diabetes, BP

The findings revealed that higher levels of greenness around homes is associated with a significantly lower risk of chronic diseases.