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Minority Patients With Diabetes Could Benefit from Peer Support Interventions

Diabetes is a global health problem that disproportionally affects people of ethnic and racial minorities. Minorities are more likely to experience
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Men at More Risk of Developing Diabetes Compared To Women

Two-fifth of men as compared to one-fifth of women were at risk of developing diabetes, as men accumulate more iron than women making them prone to Type 2 diabetes.
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Mildly Excessive Body Iron Stores Increase Diabetes Risk

Excess body iron accumulation is a known risk factor of type 2 diabetes in hereditary hemochromatosis, but the results presented by Dr Alex O. Aregbesola
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Eye Injections can Help Restore Vision Loss in Diabetic Patients

With our eyes, we see this beautiful adventurous world and enjoy, and there is no end to this pleasure if we seek them with our healthy eyes. The world
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Video Game Might be Putting Your Child at Increased Risk of Early Diabetes

Is your kid always glued to his play-station or is always playing video games on the smart-phone? Has he taken to staying indoors all day foregoing his
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Conceiving in Winter can Increase Risk of Gestational Diabetes

Conception during winter increases the risk of developing gestational diabetes during pregnancy, finds a new study by researchers at the University of Adelaide.
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Screening For Retinopathy Recommended Soon After Diagnosing Diabetes

Most of the doctors recommend their patients with diabetes to undergo screening for retinopathy, immediately after diagnoses, reveals a survey by Curofy, India's largest community of verified doctors.
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Children With Diabetes Need Special Care from Parents and School Staff

Diabetes will be the seventh leading cause of death by 2030, suggested the World Health Organization (WHO). It is responsible for kidney failure, amputation and blindness worldwide.
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Incidence of Diabetes is 9 Times Higher for Ageing Indian Workforce

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimated that the number of diabetics in India are likely to rise to 101 million by 2030. Countrywide, there
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About 69% of Delhi's Children are Prone to Diabetes

Childhood diabetes is on the rise due to excessive intake of high calorie diet, junk food, inactivity, less outdoor games and more of indoor games, suggested a recent study.
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