This pill could end daily insulin jabs for diabetics

New York, June 27  Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a ‘holy grail’ of insulin in a pill that could help diabetics keep their blood sugar levels in check.

For up to 40 million people with Type-1 diabetes worldwide, a painful needle prick once or twice daily…

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7 daily habits you can adopt to make wellness a way of life

New Delhi, June 26  With todays fast-paced life, following a healthy lifestyle is a difficult task. However, adopting healthy lifestyle habits are essential to achieve wellness. From preventive care to managing lifestyle issues, wellness represents a natural and holistic experience that people can adopt in every aspect of their…

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TB vaccine may help people with Type-1 diabetes

New York, June 25 

 A vaccine primarily used for treating tuberculosis (TB) may be effective in reducing high blood sugar among people with Type – 1 diabetes, results from a clinical trial has revealed.

Type – 1 diabetes is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produce little or no insulin.

The…

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Robotic surgery as effective as open surgery for bladder cancer: Study

New York, June 23 The outcome of robotic-assisted surgery and traditional open surgery are equally effective in treating bladder cancer, say researchers, led by one of an Indian-origin.

The results, published in the journal The Lancet, may help patients and doctors to make informed decisions on the use…

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Weight loss may reverse effects of heart rhythm disorder

Sydney, June 22  Losing weight may reverse or reduce the progression of irregular heart rhythm disorder among obese people, claim researchers, including one of Indian origin.

The findings showed that reducing weight by 10 per cent along with management of associated risk factors can reduce the effects of Atrial fibrillation…

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