The study analysed 300 patients of the hospital, treated during the April-June 2021 period, and found that nearly 51 per cent had high D-Dimer and 75 per cent had high Ferritin Serum levels.
As Odisha is still unable to control child malnutrition and anaemia, the rise of non-communicable diseases will further add to the economic burden.
Nick Jonas talked about how he first felt "frightened" after learning about his diagnosis but with the help of his "incredible support system" he regained the strength to "push through".
Keeping up with their annual tradition, on the eve of World Diabetes Day, MV Hospital for Diabetes, Royapuram, illuminated Anna Centenary Library in blue lights.
Alarmed by the rising rate of diabetes among youngsters, experts have advised extreme care to avoid complications including amputation.
Is there a real issue about access to diabetes care? Sir Francis Peabody, renowned physician, says that the secret in the caring of the patient is in caring for the patient.
Findings of several studies have marked Kerala as the diabetes capital of India with prevalence of diabetes in the state as high as 20%.
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The study by researchers at Karolinska Institute in Sweden has been published in the journal Diabetes.
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Dolberg, who plays for French club Nice, said in a message posted on Instagram that he doesn’t think the disease will affect his playing career.
The company had received approval from the DCGI for manufacturing and marketing this fixed dose combination in September 2021.
A study by Indian Council of Medical Research-India Diabetes found an increased risk of diabetes, obesity and hypertension among those who have migrated from rural to urban areas in India.
A study has found that maternal diabetes, even when controlled with insulin and blood sugar levels are kept mostly in check, can cause permanent damage to the fetus.
"Type 2 diabetes can be treated, and sometimes reversed, with dietary interventions," said study co-author Dr Jonathan Little.