By Dr Aysha Raza In Arabic, diabetes is called Ziabetes or Dolab or Zalaqul Kulya and Zalaqul Majari. According to Unani Medicine, Ziabetes Shakri is a disease in which the consumed water is passed out through the kidney immediately after intake by the patient. In this disease the mizaj (temperament) of kidneys becomes haar (hot) because […]
Type 2 diabetes and cardio-vascular disease often occur together and scientists have now discovered that the two diseases may be related.
This is the first study of this kind directly linking maternal hyperglycemia (high blood glucose) to overweight offspring.
People engaged in work for more than 55 hours per week doing have a 30 percent greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
People with diabetes who otherwise appear healthy may have a six-fold higher risk of developing heart failure.
What you eat and drink, and not just the number of calories, is a significant factor in diabetes risk, a study showed.
Children exposed to gestational diabetes in the wombs are nearly six times more likely to develop diabetes or prediabetes.
A health study in US has found that excessive consumption of instant noodles by South Koreans was associated with risks for diabetes, heart disease or stroke.
Researchers have found that consumption of whey protein before meals may help them keep insulin treatment at bay.
Calling people with moderately high blood sugar as “pre-diabetic” is a drastically premature measure with no medical value.
People with Type-1 diabetes showing highest level of depressive symptoms are most likely to die prematurely, a study shows.
Lifestyle diseases like diabetes and high cholesterol are now hitting more young men in metropolitan cities of India, says a new survey.
Fasting can reduce cholesterol levels in prediabetic people over extended period of time, according to a new research.
An implantable device to track your blood-sugar levels round-the-clock is the future with the scientists now having developed a new glucose-sensing protein.
Obesity surgery may keep diabetes in remission even after 15 years in some patients, a Swedish study suggests.