Gut bacteria can contribute to diabetes: Study

London, Oct 29  Gut bacteria has the ability to affect how cells respond to insulin and can thus contribute to Type-2 diabetes, says a new study.

The study explored that the gut microbiota of people with treatment-naive Type-2 diabetes can be linked to a different metabolism of…

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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Microsoft India With ‘Indian Healthcare Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Company of the Year’ Award at 2018 India Best Practices Awards Banquet

Mumbai, Oct 26: Microsoft India was named ‘Indian Healthcare Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Company of the Year’ at Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 India Best Practices Awards Banquet in Mumbai.

Microsoft India was named ‘Indian Healthcare Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Company of the Year’ at Frost & Sullivan…

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Being tall can increase cancer risk: Study

London, Oct 26  Taller people could be more at risk of developing cancer, claimed a new study that examined over a million people.

The report, published by the Royal Society, showed that for each 10cm of increased height among women, there was a 13 per cent increase in cancer risk…

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Extremely high BP in diabetics linked to severe organ damage

New York, Oct 25  Patients with diabetes suffering from extremely high blood pressure (BP) could be at risk of organ damage due to hypertensive emergencies such as stroke, chest pain and heart failure, finds a study.

The study showed that acute or worsening heart failure was the most frequent target…

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Instant food means constant disease: Naidu

Panaji, Oct 24  Criticizing the culture of instant food, Vice President of India Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday urged the need to go back to traditional Indian food, saying “instant food means constant disease”.

Naidu said that India should look at being self-sufficient in terms of food production on account…

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