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The findings of the study were published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).(Unsplash)

Heart patients three times more likely to have diabetes: Study

ANI | , Washington [us]
PUBLISHED ON APR 07, 2021 11:18 AM IST
According to a new study, heart patients are three times more likely to have diabetes in comparison to the general population.
Type 2 diabetes treatment: Apart from lessening the risk of diabetes, walnuts have various other health benefits too.(Shutterstock)
Type 2 diabetes treatment: Apart from lessening the risk of diabetes, walnuts have various other health benefits too.(Shutterstock)

Type 2 diabetes treatment, just 28gm of walnuts in your diet reduces your risk by half

Press Trust of India | By Press Trust of India, Los Angeles
UPDATED ON JUL 02, 2018 04:29 PM IST
Type 2 diabetes treatment: Including nuts, more specially walnuts, in your diet can reduce your risk of developing diabetes by half, suggests a study. Here’s how just 28gm of walnuts in your diet can help you reap its health benefits.
Diabetes patients should make changes in their diet only under supervision from experts.(Shutterstock)
Diabetes patients should make changes in their diet only under supervision from experts.(Shutterstock)

Diabetes food, here’s why a low-carb diet helps improve blood sugar levels

Asian News International | By Asian News International, Washington D.c.
UPDATED ON MAY 07, 2018 02:58 PM IST
Diabetes patients, take note. A low-carb diet will help improve your blood sugar count and improve rates of hypoglycemia and other complications. Type 1 diabetes patients need to watch their diet closely.
Slow-healing wounds of diabetes patients may become a thing of the past.(Shutterstock)
Slow-healing wounds of diabetes patients may become a thing of the past.(Shutterstock)

Diabetes patients get hope for slow-healing wounds

Hindustan Times | By Kabir Bhandari, Delhi
UPDATED ON APR 23, 2018 12:06 PM IST
Diabetes patients have reason to rejoice as new research could help people with slow-healing wounds.
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