A pandemic like COVID-19 can put anyone at risk. Here's how people with diabetes can deal with it.
All neuropathies are not the same, so knowing about them can help you prevent them. Diabetic neuropathy can go a long way beyond just affecting your ability to walk if not taken care of in time.
Among the many diet trends in the world of healthy eating, gluten is a fairly new entrant. You must have seen the word pop up on many menus and restaurant fronts - ‘Now serving gluten-free desserts!’. But what about the science behind it?
Drinking coffee can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Not only there is a surge in the prevalence of chronic conditions among people, but it has also started to hit them a decade in advance as compared to the previous trends.
Given the seriousness and fatality of chronic kidney disease and its progression in people with diabetes, the option of using vitamin D and omega-3 supplements can prove invaluable if found effective.
Avocado is a wonder fruit that has multiple health benefits, including control and management of diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes and arthritis are conditions that occur independently, but also may have a correlation, especially in those with advancing age.
Lean diabetes or type 2 diabetes is observed among people who are thin and can prove to be a silent killer. Because many people do not understand or expect to have type 2 diabetes, knowing and understanding its nature becomes extremely essential.
Ketoacidosis is an acute and serious complication of diabetes and needs prompt treatment. Proper control of blood glucose levels can help you prevent ketoacidosis in diabetes.