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Explained Snippets: 3.2 million diabetes cases linked to air pollution, study estimates

The researchers associate pollution with diabetes by referring to previous evidence that suggest PM2.5 particles, when inhaled, reduce the body’s ability to respond to insulin.

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Is it safe for diabetics to eat mangoes? Let’s find out

A diabetic can eat half a mango daily. However, they should avoid having the juice. Also, they must keep a gap of an hour between having food and consuming a mango. Is it worth the risk? Totally, as it comes with innumerable health benefits.

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Long work hours may hike women’s diabetes risk by 70%

A new study establishes women who work for more than 45 hours a week are at a higher risk of developing diabetes by 70%. However men working long hours do not face the same risk as women.

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Anti psychotic drugs increase the risk of diabetes and obesity

According to a recent study prescription of anti psychotic drugs to adolescents and young children can increase their risk of developing diabetes and obesity. There has to diligent monitoring of body weight while prescribing these.

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Scientists have developed an oral agent to reverse type 2 diabetes

Scientists have developed an oral agent which was tested on rats that is equivalent to surgery to reverse diabetes. As patients who opt for surgery remain low surgeons wish to replicate its effects on the reversal of type two diabetes using bioengineering.

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Decoded: What causes depression among diabetes patients

It is well established that people with both Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes have an increased risk of developing depression, but the causes remain poorly understood. Higher levels of galectin-3 – an inflammatory protein – is the culprit.

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Wife’s BMI can influence men’s risk of developing diabetes

The findings showed that a man, whose wife had a BMI of 30 kg/m2, had a 21-per cent higher risk of developing diabetes than men whose wives had a BMI of 25 kg/m2 – regardless of the man’s own BMI.

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Vitamin D could help treat diabetes: study

“We know that diabetes is a disease caused by inflammation. In this study, we identified the vitamin D receptor as an important modulator of both inflammation and beta cell survival,” a researcher said.

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Artificial pancreas can lead to better diabetes management: Researchers

The findings, reported in the BMJ, show that artificial pancreas treatment provides almost two-and-a-half extra hours of normal blood glucose levels (normoglycaemia) a day, while reducing time in both high (hyperglycaemia) and low (hypoglycaemia) blood glucose levels.

States with high GDP face greater risk of diabetes: Study

States with high GDP face greater risk of diabetes: Study

According to the National Health Portal, India stands second on the world diabetes chart with 69.2 million cases after China with over 100 million cases.

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Poor dental health linked to diabetes risk

For the study, researchers reviewed the records of 9,670 adults with 20 years of age and above who were examined by dentists during the 2009-2014 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.

States with high GDP face greater risk of diabetes: Study

Lancet Research suggests five types of diabetes, treatment needs differ

According to WHO estimates, India has about 70 million diabetics and is rapidly moving towards becoming the diabetes capital of the world, even though rates of the disease are increasing across the world.

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People with heavy thighs are relatively safe from diabetes than those with a big tummy

A big tummy with thin thighs is equal to high risk of diabetes and a slim tummy with big thighs is equal to low risk of diabetes. Sir Ganga Ram Hospital has come out with a new study that can help predict diabetes. Find out more here.

Study: Six per cent have diabetes, 20-25 per cent hypertension

Prevalence high among rural middle-aged, elderly poor too.

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Can drinking 100% fruit juice not raise diabetes risk?

According to the “National Diet and Nutrition Survey” young people aged 11 to 19 are consuming, on an average, 47 per cent too much sugar from fruit juices, soft drinks, cereal bars, biscuits and cakes.