Saturday, July 4, 2020

Keep a check on diabetes to avoid visual impairments

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By Vivek Singh Chauhan New Delhi-- Diabetes, if not checked in time, may lead to serious eye problems that may even lead to blindness in...

How to manage diabetes during fasting

By Rachel V Thomas New Delhi--Diabetic patients who fast during Ramadan are likely to be at risk of major health complications. Hence they should fast...

Intermittent fasting may lead to longer, healthier life

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New York-- Intermittent fasting may sound like another diet fad but researcher have conclusively found that the practice of routinely not eating and drinking...

Novel Microsoft-Apollo AI model to predict heart disease risk for Indians

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New Delhi-- In a novel effort to predict the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) among the Indian population, Microsoft India and Apollo Hospitals on...

Here is how you can “feel better, think better, and sleep better”

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By Sophia Fox-Sowell News at Northeastern Studies show that sitting too much can raise your risk of cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. But getting up to walk...

Rethinking cervical cancer screening

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By Karen Feldscher Harvard Chan School Communications BOSTON--Women may only need cervical cancer screening every five to 10 years — instead of every three...

Indian American scientist bats for mathematical modelling for COVID-19

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New York-- Researchers, led by an Indian-origin scientist, have pitched for mathematical modelling that can take what information is reported about the coronavirus, including...

Eating 1 egg a day not bad for your heart: Study

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Toronto-- Eating up to one egg per day may be good for you and does not increase the risk of heart attack or stroke...

Cancer patients in India increase due to lifestyle changes

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NEW DELHI--India has seen a 7.5 percent rise in the number of cancer patients due primarily to poor lifestyle choices such as consumption of...

Following a healthy plant-based diet may lower type 2 diabetes risk

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BOSTON– People who follow predominantly plant-based diets with greater adherence may have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes than those who follow these...
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