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Under the WHO leadership, the centre will continue to strengthen education in diabetes prevention and develop methods for reducing diabetes risk factors at the community level.
Trained dogs have the potential to vastly improve the quality of life of people living with Type 1 diabetes by helping them regulate their blood sugar in a non-invasive way, according to a study.
In the study, researchers were able to increase the number of insulin-producing cells to five per cent, by using a drug that influenced the inter-cell signalling process.
The newly developed microneedle patch that is 50 times smaller than the needles used in today's CGM systems, researchers said.
Eggs remain one of the most controversial food items with high intake of eggs discouraged, mainly due to their high cholesterol content.
Antioxidants such as vitamins C and E offer defence against the oxidative stress brought on by inflammation and the associated free radicals, unstable molecules that can damage the body's cells.
The need for the Sahodaris initiative was felt as diabetes is on a rapid rise.
A study published in JAMA may help to better identify individuals at risk of developing these conditions and inform their subsequent treatment.
Researchers have uncovered a growing body of evidence indicating an increased risk of ill health in people with an evening preference as they have more erratic eating patterns.
The findings, published in The BMJ, suggest that fruit and other foods containing fructose seem to have no harmful effect on blood glucose levels.
The study found that the amount of insulin needed to effectively treat type 2 diabetes will rise by more than 20 per cent worldwide over the next 12 years.
Diabetic ulcers commonly result from high blood sugar damaging nerves, which takes away feeling from the toes or feet.
Taking to Instagram, Jonas shared his 'then and now' pictures and explained how he has a full control over his life now on day-to-day activities.
Diabetes is a condition that impairs the body's ability to produce blood glucose or blood sugar and the World's 199 million women are suffering from it!
According to the International Diabetes Federation, diabetes currently affects over 425 million people worldwide, and more than 72.9 million cases were reported in India in 2017.