Pioneer Health

Eating out with Diabetes

Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | Dr Gaurav Thukral

Being cautious with your ordered platter means you can eat out despite the sugar problem.Dr Gaurav Thukral tells you how Diabetics often associate the disease with suppression of all kinds of temptations for their favourite dishes or eating out at their favourite restaurant. But contrary to this popular belief, Diabetes diagnosis...

Docyard : Keep your heart healthy

Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | Dr Vipul Gupta

Aneurysm is a swelling that occurs in the blood vessels due to the weakening of its walls that causes a bulgy appearance. Aneurysm can appear in any part of the body including arteries and veins and can have serious consequences. Usually, the most common occurrence of aneurysm has been seen...

Bone identity in pre-diabetic phase

Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | PNS | New Delhi

A one of its kind Indian study reveals the relationship between low Vitamin D and high blood sugar in pre-diabetic stage Women in India are more likely to have a Vitamin D deficiency, says a multi-stakeholder study conducted by Fortis C-Doc in association with AIIMS, Diabetes Foundation of India...

Summer Cooler

Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | Pioneer

Cocoa: Looks like brown-coloured powder, Cocoa is considered to be one of the best medicinal foods. It is full of flavonoids. It helps control diabetes and cocoa based products are advised to be included in the daily diet to improve the insulin resistance and level of glucose in the body....


Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | Roshani Devi

Rainy season is a hotbed of fungal skin infections which become pretty common during these days. ROSHANI DEVI gives you simple ways to remain skin healthy Come monsoon, and the skin gets overly stressed. Fungal infections become common due to the high humidity. But not to worry, there are many...


Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | Pioneer

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has strengthened warnings for the fluoroquinolone class of antibiotics. This comes in the wake of findings indicating that this class of antibiotics can cause mental health problems and serious blood sugar disturbances including hypoglycemic coma in people with diabetes. The fluoroquinolone class is...


Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | Pioneer

Researchers are developing early detection technology for Type 1 Diabetes that can accurately predict if a child is at risk of the chronic disease.There is at present, no early test for Type 1 diabetes and by the time someone is diagnosed, about 70 per cent of their critical insulin-producing cells...


Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | Pioneer

The Madras Diabetes Research Foundation has published a study report that revealed that the mortality rates are almost three times higher in Indians with Diabetes compared to Indians without Diabetes. Being underweight was associated with a significantly higher risk of all-cause mortality compared to those who were marginally overweight or...

Mind it

Tuesday, 10 Jul 2018 | Muskan Jain

With the rising cases of depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder, mental health has become a major concern. Muskaan Jain reports Mental health is neglected the world. This is leading to anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTHD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), eating disorders and dementia. Nearly one million globally people commit...

For shiny healthy locks

Tuesday, 10 Jul 2018 | Dr Arvind Poswal

Dr Arvind Poswal lists hair care tips to keep your hair healthy and shiny this season Beat the heat and the rainy season that makes the hair fall weak. To keep it soft and lustrous, it is essential to prep your hair to be summer ready as heat can often be...



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My father lived, died for India, says Rahul

15 Jul 2018 | PTI | New Delhi

Amid row over alleged use of derogatory language in a web series while referring to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said the BJP and the RSS believe that freedom of expression must be policed, while he regards it as a fundamental democratic right. “My father lived and died in the service of India...

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Two-month-old dies in 108-Amublance

18 Jul 2018 | Staff Reporter | RAIPUR

A two-month-old infant died due to suffocation after the door of the ‘108 Ambulance Service’ that was carrying him to a hospital malfunctioned and failed to open on time at Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar Hospital here on Tuesday. The Ambulance operators tried to open the door for a couple of hours but failed to open it on time...

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