Diabetes and Pancreas

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Diabetes is linked to diseases of the exocrine pancreatitis which may disrupt the global architecture  or physiology of Pancreas often resulting in both exocrine and endocrine dysfunction. Up to 1 of 2 patients with diabetes...

Diabetes and Alcohol

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Moderate alcohol intake does not have major detrimental effect on long-term blood glucose management in diabetic patients. Risks associated with alcohol consumption include hypoglycemia and / or delayed hypoglycemia (particularly for those using insulin or...

Exercising with Diabetes

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Diabetes patients are often advised by experts to exercise as this can improve sensitivity toinsulin, and reduce excess fat. Experts believe that this can eventually help in controlling the sugar levels in blood. While...

Should you take vitamins as a preventive measure?

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Doctors are very often asked about multivitamins as preventive supplement. Here is why one should you should take/ not take multi vitamins: Simple multivitamins are probably not required by most adults who eat a balanced...

FAQs for Patients with Hypertension, Diabetes and Heart Diseases in view of Coronavirus

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Are patients with heart disease, diabetes or hypertension at increased risk to get coronavirus infection? No, people with hypertension, diabetes or heart diseases are at no greater risk of getting the infection than anyone else. Among...

Everything You Need To Know About Prediabetes

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Prediabetes is a widespread medical condition affecting a substantial percentage of the adult population worldwide. It is a borderline diabetes condition with frequent high blood sugar levels in the body. Fluctuations in the diet can...

Diabetes and Foot care

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Perform a comprehensive foot evaluation at least annually to identify risk factors for ulcers and amputations. Patients with evidence of sensory loss or prior ulceration or amputation should have their feet inspected at every visit. Obtain...

A brief Analysis Of Blood Sugar Levels In Individuals

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Normally, blood has a certain level of sugar in it. This range may vary in one’s life due to many external and internal factors. Insulin is the hormone responsible for the maintenance of glucose...

10 foods that may impact your risks from heart disease, stroke, and type 2...

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Studies suggest that eating suboptimal levels of 10 foods or nutrients — too much of some and not enough of others — was associated with more than 45% of deaths due to type 2...

Diabetes and Bones

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Age specific hip fracture risk is significantly increased in both people with type 1 diabetes (relative risk 6.3) and those with type 2 diabetes (relative risk 1.7) in both sexes. Type 1 diabetes is associated...

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