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Foods that heal: Add broccoli, yoghurt to your diet to fight diabetes

According to a study titled 'India Fit Report 2019', diabetes has increased by 40 per cent from 2017 to 2018, among people below 45 years, and cholesterol has witnessed an overall increase of 40 per cent in the same period.

Watch: How thyroid can affect your chances of getting pregnant

"Thyroid is a very important metabolic hormone in our body and it is very deeply intertwined with its effects on reproduction. It controls the basal metabolic rate and influences the ovarian function."

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People with low risk thyroid cancer can receive lower doses of radiation treatment: Study

Hospitals can now treat people having low risk thyroid cancer with a smaller amount of radioactivity after surgery, according to a latest study by National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI).

World Thyroid Day 2018: What people with 'hyperthyroidism' should eat and avoid

World Thyroid Day 2018: Since the effects of Hypothyroidism can be increasingly felt on the waistline and mental health, it is important to take the right diet to deal with it. Experts share a list of foods you should include in your diet to manage Hypothyroidism.

World Thyroid Day 2018: Lifestyle and diet change for better thyroid management

World Thyroid Day 2018: For any person suffering from thyroid, it is not only important to take the medication regularly, but also imperative to control other diseases associated with the disorder. From avoiding Brassica vegetable family to working out daily, these simple yet crucial changes can make all the difference. 

World Thyroid Day 2018: 5 lifestyle changes to help deal with Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism or lack of thyroid hormone production causes the body’s functions to slow down. People with this condition experience a slower metabolic rate and gain weight. On this World Thyroid Awareness Day, observed on May 25 every year, experts shares tips on how to treat hypothyroidism.

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Why dieting may not help you to lose weight?

When we eat less, our body compensates and burns fewer calories, which makes losing weight harder.

Only 5 percent pregnant women get counselling for thyroid disorders in India

The impact of thyroid disorders is not visible early enough; however, optimum levels of thyroid hormones during the first three months of pregnancy are critical for the brain development in foetuses.

Eyeing Danger

Modern lifestyle with high stress levels disturb the normal functioning of body,leading to disorders such as thyroid eye disease,shares city-based Dr Ramesh Murti

When under stress,keep eating habits in check

Stress is commonly seen as a cause of heart disease,high blood pressure and diabetes,but not often linked to obesity and weight gain.

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