How To Take Care Of Your Liver In Diabetes?

Diabetes tends to increase risk of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease may be present in nearly half of all Diabetes patients. Obesity, high cholesterol and high blood pressure, increase your risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Fatty […]

Preventing Osteoporosis

Building of bones mass begins in childhood and continues throughout the young age till peak bone mass is attained (approx. 30 years). Hence, to build up stronger bones it is best to initiate preventive measures right from the childhood.

However, […]

Frequently Asked On Diabetes

Q: Can I include some sweets in my meals?
A: You should avoid commercially available sweets and desserts (especially cakes, pastries, ice-creams, processed cheese, khoa and khoa based products). If your diabetes is well controlled, you can have sweets having […]

Healthy Eating For Diabetes

Simple dietary modifications can help a lot in maintaining the optimal blood sugar (glucose) levels. A proper diet puts you in the driver’s seat in your journey towards diabetes control.

While making a diet plan, you should keep the following […]


Antibiotics affect children teeth

A recent study showed that the common antibiotic (such as amoxicillin for treating infant ear infections) usage in infancy, doubles the children’s risk of suffering a problem later in […]

Pain drugs reduces the risk of mouth cancer

A new research suggests that long-term use of NSAID type pain relievers such as aspirin and mortin may reduce the risk of oral cancer.

These findings are appeared in a […]

Exhaled NO – a marker for asthma

A report published in April 2005 issue of Allergy showed that the exhaled levels of nitric oxide (NO) are closely related to asthma and allergy symptoms in children. As […]

Hepatitis C infection related to Diabetes risk

Some earlier reports published in various journals showed a connection between hepatitis C virus infection and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

To further investigate the relationship between hepatitis […]

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Pitta control diet for migraine

A two-year research conducted at Vaidya Chandra Prakash Cancer Research Foundation (VCPCRF) has proved that migraine is caused in patients due to a disorder in tridosha (a mind-body disorder […]

Regular exercise plays an effective role in osteoarthritis treatment

Various studies have shown that osteoarthritis patients who exercise regularly are able to perform their daily activities better and remain independent. Hence, exercise forms an integral part of Osteoarthritis […]

Exercise to prevent bone loss after menopause

A recent study has shown that women who engage in an intense exercise program (shortly after their menopause) reduce their risk of having bone loss as well as tend […]

Walk Towards Healthy Living

A lot of studies show that exercising regularly can help lose body fat especially around the belly; an important information since excessive fat in the belly region is known […]

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Diabetics should avoid fad diets

There are various reports of side effects caused by popular diet regimes such as Atkin’s diet, South beach diet etc. Some potential side effects of these fad diets are […]

Diet rich in milk may reduce heart disease risk

A recent study has revealed that a diet high in milk may protect against stroke and other heart diseases. These results contradicted the earlier findings which claimed that high […]

Role of High-Protein diets in weight-loss

High-protein diets (in which more than 30% of required calories are coming from protein alone) are currently one of the most popular (as well as controversial) weight-loss techniques. However, […]

High CRP levels may cancel the benefits of low cholesterol diet

A study conducted by Penn State researchers found that the low cholesterol diet (Step 1 diet as described by NCEP) which physicians often recommend to patients of elevated LDL […]

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