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Feel tired? These foods will help keep you energised throughout the day

Although all foods give you energy in some form, there are some with specific nutrients that may help increase your energy levels and keep you alert and focused.

Diabetes: Seeds that are good for stabilizing blood sugar levels

While there are several treatments and medicine to combat the rise of blood sugar levels, there are also easy ways to keep it in check with easily available food items.

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Simple ways to avoid kidney infection this monsoon

Sugar levels should be kept in control for the health of your kidneys. High glucose levels can harm your kidneys badly during rainy season.

From chocolates to yogurt: Does 'sugar-free' mean 'no sugar'

Sugar is a simple carbohydrate that the body converts into glucose and uses for energy. But the effect on the body and your overall health depends on the type of sugar you are consuming.

From weight loss to controlling blood sugar: Know the several benefits of moringa tea

Due to its antibacterial, antifungal, and antimicrobial properties, moringa extract helps combat infections caused by Salmonella, Rhizopus, E. coli among others.

Diabetes meal plan: Healthy food guide for diabetics

It is essential for people with diabetes to eat small meals and at regular intervals to keep their blood glucose levels in control.

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Diabetes: What you should eat to keep your blood sugar level in control

A major cause of blindness, diabetes can also lead to kidney failure, heart attacks, stroke and lower limb amputation.

Scientists have developed a new test to measure common stress hormones

The device uses ultraviolet light to measure stress hormones in a drop of blood, sweat, urine or saliva.

Physical activity among children must to tackle childhood obesity, say experts

Forty one million children under the age of five are overweight. Nearly half of the children under five who are overweight or obese in 2014 lived in Asia.

Diabetes patients at higher risk of deadly liver disease, finds study

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is closely associated with obesity and type-2 diabetes. Its rise is reflective of the social problems of poor diets and sedentary lifestyles.

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