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Effects of hypertension on diabetic people
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Effects of hypertension on diabetic people

Studies indicate that most diabetics have at least one coexisting chronic condition (or comorbidities like hypertension, coronary heart diseases, obesity, arthritis, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, etc.) and approximately 40% have more than three of such comorbidities. As the number of these comorbidities increases, the risks of poor patient outcomes (which implies hospitalizations, adverse drug events,...

Breastfeeding Questions and Answers
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Breastfeeding Questions and Answers

Whether it’s your first child or third, a new-born always brings happiness and love to a family. However, the initial months of caring for a little one can be challenging. If you have just started  breastfeeding then there are a lot of questions that will cross your mind. Here are answers to questions that you...

8 must-have Pregnancy essentials
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8 must-have Pregnancy essentials

So, you’re pregnant! Welcome to a beautiful world of holding a little one in you. Your body will be going through many changes and experiences. Fortunately, there are various pregnancy and postnatal related products that will make this journey of yours a lot smoother and easy-going. Here a list of 8 of those essential products...

Satisfying a diabetic’s sweet tooth!
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Satisfying a diabetic’s sweet tooth!

Having diabetes does not imply that you must give up every kind of sweet, instead you should moderate its intake. Proper meal planning and rightful eating practices can help in achieving this objective. Here is a guide to help in ensuring calorie management while having sweets: Instead of adding, incorporate desserts in your meals. Simply...

Exercise for Elderly with Diabetes
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Exercise for Elderly with Diabetes

With age, the complexity of diabetes increases. People with diabetes since a longer duration and/or higher HbA1c levels have lower muscle strength per unit of muscle mass than BMI and age matched people without diabetes and people with shorter duration of diabetes or who have better glycemic control. Also, Type 2 diabetes is caused by...

Little Changes for a Healthy Lifestyle
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Little Changes for a Healthy Lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle calls for better habits and daily pursuits, incorporated into your daily routine. To make lifestyle management less chaotic, it is important to start with baby steps rather than drastic changes. For effectively molding into new habits, start with gradual changes in your routine. Change #1: Make your plate more colourful Adding maximum...

Impact of Alcohol on Diabetes
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Impact of Alcohol on Diabetes

Does having diabetes mean you can’t enjoy a glass of wine with dinner or a cold beer with friends? Not necessarily. Having a drink occasionally does not impact diabetes, but one must carefully understand how much alcohol is right for you, and when to stop. Talk with your Nutrition coach about how alcohol fits into...

Stress can meddle with your Diabetes Control
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Stress can meddle with your Diabetes Control

It’s normal to experience stress throughout your life at some or the other point. Simply put, stress is the resultant when something causes your body to behave as if it were under attack. Sources of stress can be physical, like injury or illness. They can be mental, like problems in your marriage, job, health, or...

9 tips to manage diabetes while travelling
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9 tips to manage diabetes while travelling

Taking a break from your routine surely calls for a much deserved vacation. But if you have diabetes, then vacation planning must involve careful preparation so as to not disrupt your diabetes management and care program. To be able to enjoy your trip to the fullest and yet be in total control of diabetes, let...

Healthy Diet for Lung Cancer Patients
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Healthy Diet for Lung Cancer Patients

Lung cancer claims a major proportion of deaths caused by all types of cancer worldwide. Tobacco is by far the biggest threat, but air pollution is a risk factor, too. People who live in areas with a lot of it are more likely to get lung cancer than those who live where the air is...


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