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Knowledge And Awareness Of Diabetes In Urban And Rural India: The Indian Council Of Medical Research India Diabetes Study (phase I): Indian Council Of Medical Research India Diabetes 4

Knowledge And Awareness Of Diabetes In Urban And Rural India: The Indian Council Of Medical Research India Diabetes Study (phase I): Indian Council Of Medical Research India Diabetes 4

Knowledge and awareness of diabetes in urban and rural India: The Indian Council of Medical Research India Diabetes Study (Phase I): Indian Council of Medical Research India Diabetes 4 Department of Epidemiology and Diabetology, Madras Diabetes Research Foundation and Dr.Mohan's Diabetes Specialities Centre, Chennai, India 1Department of Epidemiology and Diabetology, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India 2Department of Epidemiology and Diabetology, Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai, India 3Department of Medicine, Indira Gandhi Government Medical College, Nagpur, India 4Department of Diabetology, Diabetes Care Center, Ranchi, India 5Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, India 6Department of Non Communicable Diseases, Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, India 7Department of Medicine, University College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital, New Delhi, India 8Department of Endocrinology, Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry, India Corresponding Author: Dr. V. Mohan, Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Specialities Centre, WHO Collaborating Centre for Non communicable Diseases Prevention and Control IDF Centre of Education, Madras Diabetes Research Foundation, No: 6, Conran Smith Road, Gopalapuram, Chennai 600 086, Tamil Nadu, India. E-mail: [email protected] Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer Copyright : Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. This arti Continue reading >>

Diabetes Awareness And Prevention

Diabetes Awareness And Prevention

Vanderbilt Faculty & Staff Health and Wellness Posted in Health Plus , Living Healthy, Feeling Good , Resource Articles Diabetes is a condition in which the body cannot properly use or store glucose (sugar). Sugar provides the energy for the body's cells. Insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, helps sugar get into the body's cells. In diabetes, either the body does not make enough insulin, or the insulin that is made cannot be used as well as it should. This causes sugar to build up in the blood. Learn more by watching a brief informative video, Are you at risk for Diabetes? This video will highlight what risks can be changed and how Health Plus can assist you. Take the test on the CDC website to see what your level of risk is. If you are at risk, go to your health care provider and ask to be tested. After you are tested, you and your doctor will be able to make decisions about your next steps. Diabetes is an epidemic that is significantly affecting the health and future of the U.S. 1 in 9 U.S. adults have diabetes. CDC estimates that if the current trends continue, as many as 1 in 3 Americans could develop diabetes in their lifetime. Diabetes can lead to other serious health problems such as heart disease, stroke, kidney problems, foot and skin problems, nerve damage, depression, and eye problems and blindness. Depending upon your age, weight, gender, family history, activity level, and other health problems, you could be at risk for developing this chronic disease. According to the American Diabetes Association, there is research to show that Type 2 diabetes can be prevented if people make changes in their diet and increase their level of physical activity. Doing 30 minutes a day of moderate physical activity together with a five to 10% reduction in body weight Continue reading >>

Raising Awareness Of Type 1 Diabetes

Raising Awareness Of Type 1 Diabetes

California School News - October 2017 November is National Diabetes Awareness Month Type 1 Diabetes is a chronic, autoimmune disease in which a person’s pancreas produces little to no insulin, leaving a person insulindependent for life. It cannot be prevented and can affect anyone. Unlike Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes is not related to diet or exercise. Alarmingly, Type 1 Diabetes is on the rise, according to a study that examined the prevalence of diabetes in the United States’ pediatric population from 2002–13. That study found an increase of almost 60 percent during that time period. There is currently no cure. For those living with the condition, Type 1 Diabetes affects every aspect of life. It is a careful balancing act of food, exercise and insulin, as well as a number of additional factors. Too much insulin can cause low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and should be treated immediately with glucose. Not enough insulin can cause high blood sugar (hyperglycemia), which often starts slowly, but can lead to a medical emergency if not treated with insulin. The Corona-Norco Unified School District has made raising awareness about Type 1 Diabetes a priority. The district is educating students and staff about the symptoms, which are often mistaken for a virus, and include extreme thirst, frequent urination, weakness/fatigue and weight loss. Last November, Corona-Norco USD partnered with the PADRE Foundation, a Type 1 Diabetes nonprofit organization, to present an educational program about diabetes at two school sites, Citrus Hills Intermediate School and Santiago High School. The PADRE Foundation’s presentations use Youth Leaders who have T1D to educate school communities about the ways living with the disease affects their daily lives, and the challenges they face Continue reading >>

Diabetes: A Review Of Awareness, Comorbidities, And Quality Of Life In India

Diabetes: A Review Of Awareness, Comorbidities, And Quality Of Life In India

Department of Development Studies, International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Correspondence Address: Balasaheb Bansode International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai - 400 088, Maharashtra India Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None DOI: 10.4103/joshd.J_Soc_Health_Diabetes_40_16 Diabetes is one of the major contributors for the noncommunicable diseases. The disease burden due to diabetes is huge, and it not only puts pressure on the diabetes patients but also it adds pressure on the economy of the developing and underdeveloped nations. In India, the burden due to diabetes is more important as every fifth person is a diabetic. This paper reviews awareness and source of knowledge of diabetes, awareness about risk factors, and complications of diabetes in India. The review reveals that (a) awareness about diabetes is less in India; (b) awareness regarding specific risk factors associated with diabetes (obesity, tobacco use, alcohol consumption, and high blood pressure) is found to be less; (c) there is a negative association between duration of diabetes and health-related quality of life; and (d) microvascular complications (retinopathy, nephropathy, neuropathy, and coronary diseases) are major comorbidities affecting the diabetes patients. The review reveals that it is imperative to work effectively toward implementing a holistic program for diabetes prevention by ensuring proper awareness in the community. Keywords: Awareness, comorbidities, diabetes, India, quality of life How to cite this article: Bansode B, Nagarajan R. Diabetes: A review of awareness, comorbidities, and quality of life in India. J Soc Health Diabetes 2017;5:77-82 Despite the high global burden of mortality and morbidity from noncommunicable dis Continue reading >>

It's Your Life. Treat Your Diabetes Well.

It's Your Life. Treat Your Diabetes Well.

November is National Diabetes Month. Here’s to managing your diabetes for a longer, healthier life. There isn’t a cure yet for diabetes, but a healthy lifestyle can really reduce its impact on your life. What you do every day makes the difference: eating a healthy diet, being physically active, taking medicines if prescribed, and keeping health care appointments to stay on track. The Basics More than 30 million people in the United States have diabetes, but 1 out of 4 of them don’t know they have it. There are three main types of diabetes: type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes (diabetes while pregnant, which can put the pregnancy and baby at risk and lead to type 2 diabetes later). With type 1 diabetes, your body can’t make insulin (a hormone that acts like a key to let blood sugar into cells for use as energy), so you need to take it every day. Type 1 diabetes is less common than type 2 diabetes; about 5% of the people who have diabetes have type 1. Currently, no one knows how to prevent type 1 diabetes. Most people with diabetes—9 out of 10—have type 2 diabetes. With type 2 diabetes, your body doesn’t use insulin well and is unable to keep blood sugar at normal levels. If you have any of the risk factors below, ask your doctor if you should be tested for diabetes. The sooner you find out, the sooner you can start making healthy changes that will benefit you now and in the future. More than 30 million US adults have diabetes—and 1 out of 4 of them don’t know they have it. At least 1 out of 3 people will develop diabetes in their lifetime. Medical costs for people with diabetes are twice as high as for people without diabetes. Risk of death for adults with diabetes is 50% higher than for adults without diabetes. Type 2 diabetes risk factors include: Continue reading >>

Awareness, Treatment, Control Of Diabetes Mellitus And The Risk Factors: Survey Results From Northeast China

Awareness, Treatment, Control Of Diabetes Mellitus And The Risk Factors: Survey Results From Northeast China

Awareness, Treatment, Control of Diabetes Mellitus and the Risk Factors: Survey Results from Northeast China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Beijing Hui-Long-Guan hospital, Peking University, Beijing, P.R. China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin University, Changchun City, Jilin Province, P.R. China Affiliation Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia Affiliation Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia Affiliation Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Jilin Univ Continue reading >>

Prevalence, Awareness, Treatment, Control Of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus And Risk Factors In Chinese Rural Population: The Ruraldiab Study

Prevalence, Awareness, Treatment, Control Of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus And Risk Factors In Chinese Rural Population: The Ruraldiab Study

Article | Open Prevalence, awareness, treatment, control of type 2 diabetes mellitus and risk factors in Chinese rural population: the RuralDiab study Scientific Reports volume 6, Articlenumber:31426 (2016) The study aimed to investigate prevalence, awareness, treatment and control of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), and to explore potential risk factors in rural areas of China. A total of 16413 individuals aged 1874 years in rural districts were recruited from the Rural Diabetes, Obesity and Lifestyle (RuralDiab) study for the epidemiological research. Meanwhile, a meta-analysis including 7 published studies was conducted to validate the result of the cross-sectional study. The rates of crude and age-standardized prevalence, awareness, treatment and control of T2DM were 12.19%, 67.00%, 62.35%, 22.20% and 6.98%, 60.11%, 54.85%, 18.77%, respectively. The prevalence, awareness, treatment and control of T2DM displayed increased trends with age (Ptrend < 0.01) and were strongly associated with education, drinking, more vegetable and fruit intake, physical activity, family history of diabetes, body mass index (BMI). The results of this meta-analysis showed that the pooled prevalence, awareness, treatment and control of T2DM in China countryside were 7.3% (5.39.4%), 57.3% (36.977.6%), 48.4% (32.464.5%) and 21.0% (9.932.1%), respectively. The prevalence of T2DM was high with inadequate awareness, treatment and control of T2DM in China rural areas. Healthy lifestyles should be advocated to reduce prevalence and improve awareness, treatment, and control of T2DM in Chinese rural residents. As the third leading cause of mortality, diabetes seriously threatens to human health worldwide 1 , 2 , and it has caused large disease burden to the patients, their families and the society, Continue reading >>

Diabetes Awareness Month: When Is It And What Happens?

Diabetes Awareness Month: When Is It And What Happens?

Diabetes Awareness Month: When is it and what happens? Reviewed by Natalie Olsen, RD, LD, ACSM EP-C Every November, people with diabetes, health care professionals, and patient organizations across the United States take part in National Diabetes Month. The event is to raise awareness of diabetes, and the impact it has on millions of Americans. National Diabetes Month is important as more than 29 million Americans have diabetes , yet 1 in 4 of these people are unaware that they have the condition. What is the theme for National Diabetes Month 2017? In 2017, the theme for National Diabetes Month is Managing Diabetes - It's Not Easy, But It's Worth It . The theme for 2017 serves to remind people with diabetes that although managing the condition is difficult, they're not alone. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) explain that 2017's theme highlights the importance of managing diabetes to prevent diabetes-related health problems. For example, people with diabetes are twice as likely to have a stroke or get heart disease compared with people who do not have diabetes. They are also more likely to develop these conditions at an earlier age than people without diabetes. People with diabetes are at increased risk of kidney problems because high blood sugar levels can damage the kidneys over time. This damage can occur long before a person starts to experience any obvious symptoms. Diabetes can cause damage to the nerves and blood vessels, leading to serious, difficult-to-treat infections, particularly in the feet. In some cases, amputation may be needed to stop the infection spreading to other parts of the body. Damage that diabetes causes to blood vessels in the retina can also lead to vision problems and even blindness. The NIDDK say that Continue reading >>

Awareness Of Diabetes Mellitus Among Diabetic Patients In The Gambia: A Strong Case For Health Education And Promotion

Awareness Of Diabetes Mellitus Among Diabetic Patients In The Gambia: A Strong Case For Health Education And Promotion

Awareness of diabetes mellitus among diabetic patients in the Gambia: a strong case for health education and promotion Foma et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.2013 Awareness of various aspects of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is essential for the prevention, management and control of the disease. However, several studies have consistently shown that awareness of DM in the general population is low. None of these studies, however, was conducted in The Gambia, even though the condition constitutes a major public health problem in the country. In this paper, we assessed the awareness of DM among diabetic patients attending the Medical Out-Patient Department (MOPD) of Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (RVTH), Banjul. We interviewed 200 patients attending the MOPD of RVTH. We used a tool containing questions on patients demographic characteristics and awareness of various aspects of DM including general knowledge on DM, causes, complications, management and prevention. Of the 199 patients who were aware of their condition, only 47% said they knew what DM is. Similarly, 53% of the study participants had no knowledge of the causes of DM and about 50% were not aware of the methods of prevention. 67% knew that DM can result to loss of sight while 46.5% knew that DM can cause poor wound healing. Few respondents knew that DM can lead to kidney failure (13.5%), skin sepsis (12.0%), heart failure (5.5%) and stroke (4.5%). Close to 50% of the respondent did not know how DM can be prevented. Level of education, duration of illness and knowledge of a family member with diabetes were important predictors of knowledge in our study. Our study shows that the majority of patients attending the MOPD have poor knowledge on several aspects of DM. Hence, there is need for conscious efforts towards im Continue reading >>

Adolescents Knowledge And Awareness Of Diabetes Mellitus In Kuwait

Adolescents Knowledge And Awareness Of Diabetes Mellitus In Kuwait

Volume 52, Issue 1 , March 2016, Pages 61-66 Adolescents knowledge and awareness of diabetes mellitus in Kuwait Author links open overlay panel MaryamAl-Hussainia Open Access funded by Alexandria University Faculty of Medicine Diabetes mellitus is a major public health problem in Kuwait. This study aimed to evaluate the awareness and the knowledge of diabetes in adolescent about the disease which, will be of a great help to reduce the risk of developing diabetes and its complications. A cross-sectional survey was done to evaluate the general knowledge of diabetes. The survey was introduced randomly to the students of 30 secondary public and private schools in Kuwait. The questionnaire was divided into eight main sections, with each section focusing on different aspects of diabetes mellitus, namely General knowledge about diabetes, Knowledge of risk factors of diabetes, Knowledge of symptoms, Knowledge on complications, Knowledge about treatment and available medications, Knowledge about lifestyle and non-medical measures, Things diabetics should not do, and Knowledge of management of diabetes. A total of 4333 students contributed. The main score obtained by the students was 63.2% of the maximum total score. For General knowledge about diabetes sections scores were 71.0%, Knowledge of risk factors of diabetes 63%, Knowledge of symptoms and complications 55.8%, Knowledge about treatment and management 62.7%, and Knowledge of monitoring diabetes 72.3%. The students contributed in this study have good general information about diabetes except for a few areas. Our study will clarify these areas to help in designing educational programs to treat these deficiencies of knowledge about the disease and increase the awareness. Continue reading >>

November: World Diabetes Day And Diabetes Awareness Month!

November: World Diabetes Day And Diabetes Awareness Month!

With November being National Diabetes Awareness Month in the U.S., you can imagine there’s a slew of awareness campaigns and fundraising events that go on throughout the month. This effort has taken on more international importance in recent years, with the growth of global observances of World Diabetes Day that takes place annually on November 14, the date marking the birthday of insulin co-discoverer Dr. Frederick Banting. Here at DiabetesMine, we’ve covered these November diabetes activities at length over the years. Please browse through this overview of posts we’ve written to get a sense of what happens when diabetes awareness becomes a national and international priority. Diabetes Awareness Month 2017 This year, we believe the need for diabetes awareness month is more important than ever. Many different diabetes organizations have a plethora of activities and initiatives, including the American Diabetes Association and JDRF that are both emphasizing the "invisible illness" aspect of living with diabetes. Our roundup explores all of the happenings within the USA and across the world. Diabetes Months of the Past Don’t miss our coverage of what happened for Diabetes Awareness Month last year, in both the U.S. and across the globe. You’ll read about efforts from the American Diabetes Association (ADA), International Diabetes Federation (IDF), JDRF, Diabetes Hands Foundation, and other groups working to raise public awareness and make a difference for the Diabetes Community. You can also reflect back on the prior year, with our coverage of Diabetes Awareness Month 2015, when both the ADA and IDF focused on the theme of educating people about healthy eating. World Diabetes Day and the Blue Circle World Diabetes Day (WDD) was established by the International Di Continue reading >>

November Is National Diabetes Awareness Month

November Is National Diabetes Awareness Month

The JDRF community will be raising awareness about type 1 diabetes (T1D) throughout the month of November. We’ll kick things off on T1Day, November 1, 2017, by telling our stories to the world. Every minute of every day, people with T1D persevere in the face of adversity. JDRF is committed to making day-to-day life with the disease easier, safer and healthier while working toward ways to cure and prevent T1D once and for all. This November, we are continuing our T1D Looks Like Me campaign to spread awareness about life with T1D. Visit our website or follow us on social media to “Get Quizzed by a Whiz Kid” and test your knowledge against that of a nine-year-old with T1D. You can also create a custom “T1D Looks Like Me” profile photo for social media or generate your unique “T1D Footprint.” You can post your footprint image to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to shed light on the cumulative burden of finger pricks, injections and other disruptions that come with living with T1D. JDRF will also continue our important advocacy efforts throughout the month. We are asking Congress to continue funding critical research through the Special Diabetes Program and pressuring insurers to guarantee that everyone has the Coverage 2 Control their T1D. Check back with us on World Diabetes Day, November 14, 2017, and throughout the month for more blogs, stories and ways to share what it means to be affected by T1D. Continue reading >>

Diabetes Awareness Month: Learn To Reduce Risk

Diabetes Awareness Month: Learn To Reduce Risk

Diabetes Awareness Month: Learn to reduce risk By Helth Management Team | 673d Medical Group | November 20, 2017 JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska -- November is National Diabetes Awareness month. The Health Management team at the JBER hospital is engaging with clients through activities, such as the display in the hospital lobby during the month of November, as well as health fairs, Diabetes Wellness Education Classes, individual consultation opportunities and much more. Diabetes is a disease in which there is too much sugar in the blood. Blood sugar, or glucose, is controlled by insulin, a hormone the body makes. If you have diabetes, your body does not make enough insulin or does not effectively use the insulin it makes. There are two types of diabetes; in Type 1, the body does not produce insulin. This form affects children and young adults. In Type 2, the body does not use insulin properly and cannot make enough of it to control blood sugar. Most people who are diagnosed with diabetes have this form. A person who has diabetes may feel symptoms like excessive thirst, extreme hunger, extreme fatigue, frequent urination, unexplained weight loss, tingling, pain, or numbness in hands and/or feet, blurred vision, and sores, cuts, or bruises that are slow to heal. Without proper care, diabetes can cause serious health problems like heart disease, blindness, kidney failure, and lower-extremity amputations. Are you one of the estimated 86 million people in this country who have pre-diabetes? If you have pre-diabetes, you are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes and also are at increased risk of developing heart disease. Pre-diabetes is a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be classified as full-blown diabetes. Continue reading >>

Prevalence, Awareness And Associated Risk Factors Of Diabetes Among Adults In Xi’an, China

Prevalence, Awareness And Associated Risk Factors Of Diabetes Among Adults In Xi’an, China

The study aimed to investigate the prevalence, awareness, treatment and glycaemic control of diabetes and its associated risk factors among adults in Xi’an, China. We collected data among participants aged 18 years or older through a self-developed questionnaire and an additional health examination. A total of 8150 participants were included, with an overall prevalence of diabetes of 8.0%. Among 655 participants with diabetes, 52.5% were aware they had diabetes, 48.1% took antidiabetic treatment, and 19.1% had their fasting blood glucose level at less than 7.0 mmol/l. Older age, lower educational level, higher body mass index, larger waist circumference, having an unhealthy diet and having more comorbidities were positively associated with the risk of diabetes. Participants who were older, who had higher education and who had more comorbidities were more aware that they had diabetes. Being older age, having higher education and having more comorbidities were also factors for better treatment. Participants who were older were more likely to have their glucose level controlled. The prevalence of diabetes among adults in Xi’an is high, with suboptimal awareness, treatment, and glycaemic control rates. Comprehensive integrated strategies based on risk factors should be implemented to improve the prevention and glycaemic control of diabetes. Diabetes is a major risk factor for morbidity and mortality worldwide, and it has become a significant public health problem in China1,2,3. High blood glucose accounts for 21% of all deaths from ischaemic heart disease and 13% of all deaths from stroke worldwide, with 84% of these cardiovascular deaths occurring in low- and middle-income countries4. It has been reported that Asia is the epicentre of the diabetes epidemic. People in A Continue reading >>

Type 1 Diabetes: Awareness, Management And Challenges: Current Scenario In India

Type 1 Diabetes: Awareness, Management And Challenges: Current Scenario In India

Type 1 diabetes: Awareness, management and challenges: Current scenario in India 2Senior Professor and Head, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences University, Hyderabad, India 4Head and Chief Diabetologist, M.V Hospital for Diabetes and Prof. M. Viswanathan Diabetes Research Centre, Royapuram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India 8Medical Director and Senior Consultant, Samatvam Endocrinology Diabetes Center, Samatvam: Science and Research for Human Welfare Trust, Jnana Sanjeevini Diabetes Hospital and Medical Center; Bangalore, Karnataka, India 10Professor of Paediatric Endocrinology, Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health and Senior Consultant in Paediatric Endocrinology, Sagar Hospitals, Bangalore, Karnataka, India 15Founder and Chairman of Kanungo Institute of Diabetes Specialities (KIDS), Bhubaneshwar and Founder of and Chief Consultant, Cuttack Diabetes Research Foundation (CDRF), Mumbai, India 18Professor, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Ansari Nagar, New Delhi, India Consultant Endocrinologist, Centre for Diabetes and Endocrine Care, Bangalore Diabetes hospital, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India 1Diabetologist and Endocrine and Metabolic Physician at Diabetes Care and Hormone Clinic, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India 2Senior Professor and Head, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences University, Hyderabad, India 3Director and Consultant, Sarda Centre for Diabetes and Self-care, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India 4Head and Chief Diabetologist, M.V Hospital for Diabetes and Prof. M. Viswanathan Diabetes Research Centre, Royapuram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India 5Consultant Endocrinologist, Bharti Hospital and B.R.I.D.E., Karnal, Haryana, India 6Consult Continue reading >>

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