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Healthy dose of laughter

16 April 2014

ONE can now learn about diabetes healthcare in a comic book featuring cartoon character Old Master Q.

Alarming protein diets

3 April 2014

People under the age of 65 who eat a lot of meat, eggs and dairy products are four times as likely to die from cancer or diabetes, study suggests.

An infusion to the bottomline

21 March 2014

Thomas Latta, an assistant to a physician in Scotland, is said to have used intravenous (IV) saline to save a patient during the worldwide cholera pandemic in 1833.

Different 'shot' for diabetics

20 March 2014

Tequila plant-based sweetener could be a healthier option for diabetics.

Company's work in medical packaging opens up room for promising growth

20 March 2014

Thomas Latta, an assistant to a physician in Scotland, is said to have used intravenous (IV) saline to save a patient during the worldwide cholera pandemic in 1833.

Diabetes: Making the right choices

9 March 2014

Does having diabetes mean you have to forgo all that delicious food?

Yoghurt consumption linked to lower diabetes risk

7 February 2014

Findings after 11-year study in Norfolk, Britain.

Google making sugar-sensing contact lens for diabetics

20 January 2014

The Google lab known for working on unusual projects like self-driving cars is crafting a contact lens that could help diabetics manage blood sugar levels.

Mediterranean diet staves off diabetes

12 January 2014

A NEW study has found that even if you don’t lose weight or boost exercise, following a Mediterranean diet can help prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes.

Borderline sugar alert!

19 December 2013

Those with prediabetes are not only in danger of developing diabetes, but also, at risk of dying early.

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