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Now a tattoo to monitor your sugar levels

Researchers have developed a temporary tattoo that both extracts and measures the level of glucose in the fluid in between skin cells.


New approach to treat fatty liver disease

Triglycerides, a type of fat in the blood and liver, are produced in the liver independent of insulin action in the liver.


‘Technophobia’ stops elderly from managing diabetes

Small number of older adults use technology as tools to better manage Type 2 diabetes, shows a study.


Diabetic kids have slower brain growth

Young children with type 1 diabetes have slower brain growth compared to their non-diabetic peers, a new study has found.


Trickle down effect of exercise

New study finds that exercising changes the functioning of genes that affect how healthy and fit our muscles become


Stress triggering diabetes in developing nations

By migrating to urban areas, people in developing countries are increasing their risk of diabetes .


Heart patient? Avoid rush hour traffic: Study

Avoiding rush hour traffic could help in reducing risk of developing heart diseases .


Nanowires to combat cell damage, breakthrough to prevent ageing

Nanowires made of vanadia can reduce cell damage in the human body and can prevent ageing.


World Diabetes Day: Here’s how you can treat Diabetes as per Unani Medicine

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 […]


Diabetes, heart disease may share deep roots

Type 2 diabetes and cardio-vascular disease often occur together and scientists have now discovered that the two diseases may be related.


Diabetic mother may beget obese daughters

This is the first study of this kind directly linking maternal hyperglycemia (high blood glucose) to overweight offspring.


Working long hours may trigger diabetes

People engaged in work for more than 55 hours per week doing have a 30 percent greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes.


Diabetics at a higher risk of heart failure

People with diabetes who otherwise appear healthy may have a six-fold higher risk of developing heart failure.


Watch your diet to reduce diabetes risk

What you eat and drink, and not just the number of calories, is a significant factor in diabetes risk, a study showed.


More kids at risk of developing diabetes from womb

Children exposed to gestational diabetes in the wombs are nearly six times more likely to develop diabetes or prediabetes.