Diabetes
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Early detection and timely lifestyle alterations are vital in the management of diabetic kidney disease
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Chronic diabetes increases the risk of developing trigger finger among the middle-aged, severely affecting tendons on the palms and restricting finger motility
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People with diabetes are at higher risk for pneumonia and flu and take longer to recover. Internal medicine specialist and diabetologist Dr Subrato Das speaks to Happiest Health on the link between the two. Watch to know the complications involved and possible precautionary measures.
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Latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA) or type 1.5 diabetes is often misdiagnosed as type 2 diabetes because the person responds to the medications for a while
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Sleep and diabetes are connected. While people with diabetes can suffer from insomnia, sleep-related disorders could also cause diabetes
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Diabetes-induced hormonal imbalance is a major trigger for menstrual complications, say experts
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People with diabetes are two to three times more likely to develop mental-health issues, say experts
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Adopting a low-carb, high-fiber protein-rich diet with healthy fats, devoid of ultra-processed food and an active lifestyle could be the key strategy to tackle and tame type-2 diabetes, a condition that claims millions of lives every year. Join Happiest Health's esteemed panel of expert endocrinologists and nutritionists to know more
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Snehal Nandagawli has been fighting the diabetes stigma and pursuing her passion for dancing with amazing grace
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Mothers with uncontrolled blood sugar levels during conception and early pregnancy are at risk of giving birth to babies with congenital heart diseases
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A balanced carb-free diet and a healthy lifestyle regime and not medications could be the key strategies to tackle and tame the global epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes. Join Happiest Health's esteemed panel of expert endocrinologists and nutritionists to know more about how healthy food habits could actually be the best medicine against Type 2 diabetes. that globally claim millions of lives every year.
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People with chronic diabetes are at higher risk of peripheral artery disease and its complications
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Research and experts point out that laughter could help control blood sugar as it helps the body destress by releasing stress-relief hormones
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The longer you live with uncontrolled diabetes, the higher the risk of developing gastroparesis, a partial paralysis of the stomach
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Diabetes can affect fertility in both men and women. How can those who desire to have a baby go ahead and have a healthy one? Experts share their insights
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Senior citizens are taming diabetes through sheer grit and healthy lifestyle choices
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People with diabetes should have good glucose control, know the time it takes for their wounds to heal before going under the needle
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Insulin is not the only hormone involved in blood sugar management. There are many according to experts
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Experts share pointers on how to tackle and avoid diabetic foot ulcers and gangrene-related complications
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Diabetes can cause complications not only in pregnant women but also in the baby right from the foetal stage
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Cutting down on highly processed carbohydrate foods, adding fats to the diet, and more
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Doctors say the feet are vulnerable in people with diabetes and utmost care must be taken to reduce the risk of foot ulcers and amputation
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Glucose monitoring devices have made a world of difference in dealing with diabetes from the comfort of one’s own home
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While high glucose presence in the urine of diabetic people makes them more susceptible to UTIs, practising genital hygiene and managing blood sugar and pressure levels could keep UTI-causing microbes away
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People with diabetes have lower aerobic capacity than people without it. But experts say that consistent training can improve the threshold

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