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Red Meat Consumption Increase Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Consuming just two servings of red meat per week may elevate the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and the risk appears to grow with higher consumption levels, according to a recent study led by researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Diabetes; The Urgent Need for Dietary Solutions

India is grappling with a diabetes epidemic, with over a million people affected by this metabolic condition. A recent Lancet study supported by the ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) highlights the alarming and continuously rising prevalence of metabolic health conditions, including diabetes.

India To Become World Diabetic Nephropathy Capital By 2030

According to World Health Organisation (WHO), diabetic nephropathy significantly contributes to the burden of kidney diseases worldwide. By 2030 India will become the world capital of diabetic nephropathy.  Through vigilant management and adherence to treatment strategies, individuals with diabetes can minimize the risk of developing nephropathy or slow its progression.

Diabetes Cases Projected to Skyrocket to 1.3 Billion by 2050

The world in another thirty years would see an alarming rise in diabetes with about 1.3 billion people of all ages living with diabetes.

People With Migraine Less Likely To Develop Type 2 Diabetes

In a major study, researchers claimed that people who get migraines are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes and some of those who...

Dressing Material Based on Seaweed Agar To Treat Diabetic Wounds

A scientist from India developed an advanced wound dressing based on agarose, a natural polymer derived from seaweed agar, for the treatment of infected diabetic wounds...

High risk of Covid death in people with high FBG group 

It is already known that diabetic patients are at a risk of Coronavirus. A new study has now revealed that high fasting blood sugar...

Genetic risk score effective in diagnosing type-1 diabetes

  A new study has found that a genetic risk score is effective in diagnosing type-1 diabetes in Indians. The study was done by researchers...

Covid 19; Type 1 diabetic patients at higher risk

People who are type 1 diabetic are more likely to die than who are type 2 diabetic, according to the National Health Service, England....

Contact lens for measuring glucose levels

Good news for diabetic persons as a new devise will help in calculating the glucose level by just blinking the eyes. A contact lens...