Considering that 30 to 50 per cent of all women endure this embarrassing problem, it is surprising that incontinence receives so little attention — be it in terms of preventive or curative measures.
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Walk and win diabetes was one of the prominent slogan on a banner along the walkers' track on Race Course Road in the city on Friday. The bulk of the regular walkers in the morning, including doctors, wrote their views on walking and how it helped in reducing blood sugar level and cholesterol.
Beneath an ostensibly gender-equal Hyderabad, lies an alarming evidence of a city that even today, gets away with thrusting on its women the entire onus of birth control.
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If immediate treatment is given, many eye ailments will be cured in lesser time and with long-term results. Those suffering from diabetes should take special care in this respect and get timely treatment without fail, said noted ophthalmic surgeon Dr. Muppa Madan Mohan Rao.
The fourth Andhra Pradesh Science Congress 2011, jointly organised by the Andhra Pradesh Akademy of Sciences and GITAM University concluded here on Wednesday.
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Drinking two or more sugared beverages daily could not only bloat a woman’s waistline but also elevate the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Harmful cholesterol could be reduced by 64 per cent with a single injection. It could potentially be used for those who don’t respond well to statins, a class of drugs used to lower cholesterol levels.
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I was told it is difficult to live with diabetes. It could also be genetically transferred and those who had a family history of the disorder had reasons to worry, said 28-year-old V. Jayanthi, as she went through the pamphlet distributed at the awareness campaign conducted by Coimbatore Diabetes Foundation and The Hindu on World Diabetes Day .
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