Blood Sugar
India  /  Published 30.08.20

Diabetes may strike Covid patients under treatment, warn experts

An expert group on diabetes has urged doctors to stay vigilant against several “scenarios” during the coronavirus epidemic that could increase the risk of uncontrolled blood sugar in diabe...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

World  /  Published 29.03.20

Sri Lanka records 1st death due to coronavirus

Sri Lanka has recorded its first death due to coronavirus, a 65-year-old diabetic man.The man, who was being treated for the deadly viral infection at Colombo's Infectious Diseases Hospital (IDH), die...
By PTI in Colombo

Health  /  Published 06.04.19

Food: Our frenemy

As we step into another year of celebrating World Health Day, we can be proud of how we have been able to combat diseases such as malaria and polio. However, the issue of conquering lifestyle diseases...
By Shikha Prakash in

Health  /  Published 15.01.20

Does the keto diet work?

A recent survey of registered dietitians named the low-carbohydrate keto diet yet again as the most popular diet in the US. Powering this diet is fat, and loads of it — up to a hefty 90 per cent of ...

Health  /  Published 05.12.19

Health recipe: Breakfast to dinner in 10 hours

People who squeeze their breakfast, lunch, dinner and any snacks in between within a 10-hour window could lose weight and improve their blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels, a study rele...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

Health  /  Published 16.11.19

Ways for diabetics to keep sugar levels steady

I’ve got sugar.” It’s something we hear all the time in India. No wonder we have 69.2 million diabetics living in India (as per 2015 data from WHO). The numbers are predicted to escalate to 98 m...
By Hena Nafis in

Health  /  Published 26.02.19

Midlife fitness

Hot flashes. Raging moods. They’re symptoms typically associated with midlife hormonal bedlam. But hormones control so much more, from our energy and metabolism to how we build muscle. Hormonal chan...
By Anna Magee/The Daily Telegraph in

Jharkhand  /  Published 20.06.19

Dos & don’ts from a cardiologist

Yoga is a combination of different postures (asanas), breathing techniques and meditation. It can be helpful in lowering heart disease risk and in cardiac rehabilitation post-heart attack or post-card...
By GUEST COLUMN: Dr Vipin Kumar in Patna


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