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Adding a smile to your diabetes management

Experts say that poor oral care not only compromises the health of teeth and gums, but it can even complicate diabetes management.

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Understanding the impact of standing on insulin sensitivity

A new study has found that mere standing can improve insulin sensitivity and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

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Insulin therapy for diabetes: Separating myths from facts

Although Insulin therapy has multiple proven benefits, a number of misconceptions have come to be associated with it.

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Significance of oral care for people with diabetes

The risk of oral problems is high for diabetics who have poor control over their blood sugar levels. Oral problems can also increase the risk of diabetes.

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Can people with diabetes consume low calorie sweeteners?

The use of low-calorie sweeteners instead of regular sugar can help people affected by diabetes maintain their blood sugar levels without affecting their body weight.

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Juvenile diabetes: Early signs to watch out for

Juvenile diabetes is a term previously used to describe type 1 diabetes in children and young people, characterized by an abnormal increase in the blood sugar levels of the body.

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Acidosis: Types, causes, symptoms and treatments

Excess acid can get accumulated in the blood, resulting in acidosis and if not treated, can result in shock, organ damage, and fatal outcomes.

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COVID-19 and Diabetes management: Clinical guidelines

Recently, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) has revised the guidelines on the diagnosis and management of diabetes among COVID-19 patients at patient management facilities.

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Genetic testing may help determine the cause for type 1 diabetes

In a recent study, scientists from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine stated that a specific cellular dysfunction could be responsible for type 1 diabetes.

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Somogyi effect: What does that early morning blood sugar spike mean?

Despite taking medications or insulin as per the doctor’s advice, some type-2 diabetics often experience a hike in their blood sugar levels early in the morning, which is known as the Somogyi effect.