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19 June, 2018 8:30 AM Type 2 Diabetes Can Increase Risk Of Pancreatic Cancer: Study; Risk Factors You Must Know

Causes of pancreatic cancer: Recent-onset diabetes has been associated with around 2.3 fold greater risk of pancreatic cancer as compared to long-standing diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition which affects the way your body processes blood sugar. Type 2 diabetes is a condition which affects your day-to-day functioning to a great extent. Now, a recent 20

2 June, 2018 2:57 PM Night time snacking linked with poor sleep

Are you in the habit of snacking in the middle of the night? Besides leading to unhealthy eating behaviours, it can also result in poor sleep and obesity, according to a new study. The research showed that poor quality of sleep seemed to be a major predictor of junk food cravings, and it was associated with a greater likelihood of participants reporting 33

17 May, 2018 5:39 AM Researchers Explain The Link Between Sugar-Sweetened Drinks And Chronic Health Problems

According to a study published in the journal Obesity Reviews, while it is no secret that there are good calories as well as bad calories, turns out, in the bad category, there are variations too About 20 researchers explored whether all calories are equal with regards to effects on cardiometabolic diseases and obesity. The study provided an extensive 59

29 April, 2018 7:10 AM Almonds may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease among Indians: study

Including the nuts in daily diet can reduce dyslipidemia, a condition marked by high LDL-cholesterol and triglyceride levels and low HDL cholesterol levels Including almonds in the diet may significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease among Indians, who are more prone to heart disorders than their European counterparts, the latest review of over 1,500 studies 54

23 April, 2018 6:46 AM Artificial Sweeteners May Cause Obesity And Diabetes; Choose Healthy Alternatives Instead

Artificial sweeteners may seem like they can be one answer to diabetes and effective weight loss, but looks like they are not the best alternatives to sugar. The study is the largest examination to date that tracks biochemical changes in the body, using an approach known as unbiased high-throughput metabolomics- after consumption of sugar or sugar substitutes 59

15 April, 2018 9:59 AM Karela Juice For Weight Loss: What Makes It A Perfect Drink To Burn Fat

So, it may not be one of the most loved vegetables across the world, but it is a universally acknowledged fact that karela, or bitter gourd, is one of the most nutritious veggies one can add to their diet. The bitter-pungent taste of this wonder veggie may have given karela a 'not-so popular' rep amongst many, but once you develop a taste for these lovely 64

7 April, 2018 6:09 AM Alarmed at rising obesity, UK imposes sugar tax on soft drinks

London: Britons may have to shell out more for their soft drinks, as a so-called "sin tax" or "sugar tax" came into force in the UK today as part of the government's plan to combat obesity and sugar related disease. The Soft Drinks Industry Levy was announced by former UK Chancellor George Osborne in 2016 and is based on the levels of sugar in the drinks 59

8 March, 2018 1:17 PM World Kidney Day 2018: History, Objectives, Theme

World Kidney Day is celebrated annually throughout the world on the second Thursday of March. This year it coincides with the International Women's Day and falls on March 8. Keeping this in mind, the theme of this year's World Kidney Day is "Kidneys and Women's Health". The objective of the day is to not just spread awareness about kidney diseases and its cure, but also spread 51

20 February, 2018 1:39 PM Avoid These Foods If You Have High Blood Pressure

Sodium is one the main culprits when it comes to high blood pressure. Those living with high blood pressure or any other kinds of heart diseases should try and abstain from salt and sodium as much as possible. Most of the sodium that we consume comes from products like canned soup and tomato products, frozen pizza and packaged vegetable juice to name few. Processed 107

14 February, 2018 7:58 AM This Study Suggests A Simple Trick To Help You Lose Weight

If you have been trying hard to shed those extra kilos, you must try eating slow. According to the researchers from Kyushu University in Japan, chewing slowly and refraining from eating for two hours before bedtime may help induce weight loss The data used in the research included information on the dates of consultations and treatments, while the check-ups 42