World Diabetes Day

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Can exercise prevent diabetes in children?

Over time, diabetes can damage the heart, blood vessels, eyes, kidneys and even cause early death. So, what could be the ideal way to keep diabetes at bay in children?

World Diabetes Day: How to prevent Type 2 diabetes in kids

An overweight child does not need to be put on a weight loss diet. Growing children need a lot of nutrients, so take guidance from a certified nutritionist.

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Tackling diabetes in children: A guide for parents from a doctor

It is advisable that you always carry a snack, again as recommended by your endocrinologist, at times when blood sugar may fall, especially with vigorous activity.

World Diabetes Day 2018: Foods which are good for diabetics

World Diabetes Day 2018: While it cannot be cured completely, diabetes can be curbed to a large extent with the help of proper medical assistance, diet and regular exercise.

Ahead of World Diabetes Day, here's a look at the five warning signs of the silent killer

Diabetes is a major cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attacks, stroke, and lower limb amputation. It is important to recognise the signs of diabetes early on so that major risks related to this disease could be averted.

What is World Diabetes Day 2017?

It was Frederick Banting who discovered insulin in 1922, therefore, November 14 is the date when the world acknowledges the work of Banting by spreading awareness on his birthday.

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World Diabetes Day 2017: Significance and when is the day celebrated

World Diabetes Day seeks to raise awareness about the way the health problem affects people on a global scale. November 14 serves as a platform to promote the efforts of International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and also brings to the fore the importance of taking actions to combat diabetes as a glaring global health problem.

World Diabetes Day: In Matunga, a competition to control diabetes

In 2013, the civic health department started maintaining a database on diabetics to combat the surge of the ‘silent disease’

World diabetes day- Young diabetics more vulnerable to kidney, eye, heart problems: Experts

At least 55 per cent of the patients who are scheduled to undergo transplants suffer from diabetes or associated hypertension.

World Diabetes Day: Several awareness drives on the cards

A free smoothie distribution drive will be organised by Freedom From Diabetes where people would be provided with a recipe of the healthy green beverage which can help reverse diabetes, and help people lose weight and become healthier.

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