1 Healthy Diet

If you have diabetes or prediabetes, your doctor will likely recommend that you see a dietitian to help you develop a healthy eating plan. The plan helps you control your blood sugar (glucose), manage your weight and control risk factors for heart di...

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2 Do You Know You Could Be Harming Your Kid’s Teeth?

When it comes to your child you want nothing but the best for them. Be it the school you send them or the food they eat. Yet when it comes to dental hygiene, we tend to think that brushing their teeth once a day with our regular toothpaste would be e...

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3 Excellent Breakfast Options For People With Diabetes

The popular and proven idea about breakfast being the most important meal of the day is even more relevant for those suffering from Type 2 Diabetes. If you wish to take control of your blood sugar levels naturally, a good healthy breakfast is an idea...

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5 Why Symptoms Of Diabetes Are Not Detected Early

According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) there are over 72 million cases of diabetes in India in 2017. As per the National Health Portal, diabetes is the ninth leading cause of death in women globally causing 2.1 million deaths per ye...

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6 Know Your Numbers: HbA1C Test For Diabetes

If you are suffering from diabetes or anyone in your family has diabetes, then you might be used to seeing a test report for glycosylated haemoglobin, commonly known as HbA1C. It is one of the key tests for diabetes that not only helps in the diagnos...

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8 Know Your Doctor: Types Of Gynaecologists

Most Indians don’t have a regular gynaecologist like they do a family doctor or General Physician(GP). If there has been no problem with periods, then most Indian women meet a gynaec for the first time during pregnancy. More often than not, they ch...

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9 Down with Fever: Dos and Don’ts to Follow

Fever occurs due to the body’s natural response to an infection or inflammation. In fact, it is a sign that the immune system is fighting hard to eliminate the pathogen from the body and beat the infection. The normal body temperature is 37 degree ...

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