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Diabetes - Health - Humana India

Diabetes is one of the most common non-communicable diseases and one which affects 350 million people worldwide. India is called the Diabetes Capital with a quarter of the worlds diabetes cases found here. Diabetes is fast gaining the status of a potential epidemic in India with more than 62 million diabetic individuals currently diagnosed with the disease, of which, about 18 million belong to the poor section of society. Diabetes, in India, has transcended from affluent people to the poorer sections of society due to various aspects such as food insecurity, illiteracy, poverty and poor health. It is a chronic, debilitating and costly disease which leads to severe complications for the patient, increases burden on families and impedes development of the society. HPPI partners with both government and private partners to implement its Diabetes Programme through its Community Development Projects. Prevention of diabetes through identification of high risk subjects and early intervention in the form of health education is the core of our diabetes program. Aim is to fight this voracious disease by creating awareness and strengthening prevention and control programs. The World Health O Continue reading >>

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  1. Robert10

    Ever heard of a "Spritzer"? It's wine mixed with juice or pop. Bartle & James sells it..also called wine coolers.
    I found it interesting that so many here like the Auzzie wines. I do too. My preference is Lindemans Chardonnay and their Reisling, both white wines.
    Look at the alcohol content. The higher it is usually indicates most of the sugar has been converted to alcohol.
    Cheers

  2. Ardy

    I thought i would get a reaction about the added softdrink but i see i am not alone there is a market for it , re [Spritzer].
    I will eventually get around to try all your sugestions but of course it will take some time, one thing i am not sure of is, i expected the dry red wine i purchased to be red in colour, but it wasn't, sorta a light amber in colour, is this right please remember i am brand new to all this wine stuff
    thanks guys
    Ardy

  3. chatt

    My girlfriend always drank spritzers in her case it was white wine with soda water she still drinks them now and she has been my wife for 55 years. Dave

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Click on here:http://goo.gl/SL8ZyC Diabetes Awareness Month Symbol - Diabetes Awareness Month Logo - Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Color If you feel that you are inclined to diabetic issues, the very first thing that you need to know is to recognize what is the disease all about. Experts say that diabetic issues is a continual disease, which create amongst men and women who have the incapacity to employ the glucose in their food to be utilized as vitality. The ailment develops when the accrued glucose stays in the persons bloodstream for a lengthy time. More than a interval of time, this quantity of glucose, can provide possible harm to the persons other organs these kinds of as the eyes, kidneys, coronary heart, and even the nerves on their own. After obtaining adequate understanding about it and how the illness develops, the next stage is to know what variety of diabetic issues that are identified and acknowledged by experts and doctors. These days, there are 3 major types of diabetes which includes Type 1 diabetic issues, Type two diabetic issues, and Gestational diabetes. Realizing what they are and what sets each one aside from one particular other will assist people who are incli

Diabetes Awareness Campaign In City

People participate in a rally on World Diabetes Day in Guwahati on Tuesday. Guwahati: More than four per cent of Assam's population is diabetic and the increase in the number of such patients annually is 3.73 per cent and rising, according to a Diabetic Prevalence Study done in Assam in 2014. Diabetologist Rupam Choudhury said this at a diabetes awareness programme at the University of Science and Technology, Meghalaya (USTM), here today. World Diabetes Day was observed here on Tuesday by several organisations and institutions, including Piramal Swasthya, Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India, Down Town Hospital and the USTM. Piramal Swasthya observed the day in collaboration with the non-communicable disease cell, National Health Mission, Assam and World Diabetes Foundation, Denmark. The event began with a "Diabetes walk" near Anuradha cinema at Bamunimaidam to Chandmari to spread awareness. Leaflets containing important information on diabetes, including its signs and symptoms, were also distributed. "Diabetes kills one person in every eight seconds. Around 13 lakh people are diabetic in Assam," diabetologist Rupam Choudhury said. Continue reading >>

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  1. runner

    I'm 64, and a 40 year T1 diabetic. In 2010 I suffered some heart problems which were subsequently resolved after which I lost some weight and took up endurance running in 2011. I have now completed over 25 half marathons and 2 full marathons but in 2015 I noticed a distinct drop in performance and endurance and was subsequently diagnosed with low levels of haemoglobin. I have had a number of blood tests since September 2015 which have shown that my haemoglobin levels have not shown any increase even though I have increased the levels of iron foods significantly (although my diet wasn't previously low iron content) to the extent that if I ate any more I would rust!
    My GP has not done anything other than repeat the blood tests. I am not taking any prescribed iron supplements and have been unable to get an appointment with my diabetic consultant to discuss the problem even though my GP has also contacted the consultant as she thinks the symptoms may well be related to my diabetes.
    I am worried that the low levels of haemoglobin may be related to early stage kidney disease and wonder if anyone out there has experienced similar issues and with what results? Did you have further tests carried out to establish what was causing the low haemoglobin levels and if so what were they and what were the results?
    Edited as no need to duplicate post elsewhere.

  2. ipswichandy

    Hi. First sorry to hear about your problem.im type 1 and have been for 40 years. I am very close to kidney failure. Gfr20% just recently dropped to 12%
    I have had low hemoglobin for several years and been taking 600mg iron. A few months ago the hba1c machines at hospital refused my sample because hemoglobin to low.
    My Nephrologist recommended vitamin c to aid iron absorbtion. I took 400mg. Initially it helped.
    Then things got worse while on holiday. I could barely walk. Even standing was a struggle. I was 100 miles away from nearest renal dept so decided I wait till I got home.
    A bit of research showed coq10 and vitamin b complex can help with tiredness. A trial of coq10 showed 12 weeks of60mg 3 times a day could reverse kidney failure a bit. In fact several patients on dialysis came off!
    My blood was tested by gp. Next day the nurse knocked on my door saying I had to attend hospital immediately. I was emergency admitted with suspected renal failure. My bloods were dangerous ly low but the dr said I showed no other symptoms of kidney failure. I was about 8 weeks into the 12 week coq10 tablets.
    14 weeks later I feel the best ive felt in ages. All weakness gone. Going to gp next week for bloods. I had them done when I was bad so it will be interesting to see what they are now.
    Im not medically qualified. I have spoken with gp and national kidney assoc. They could offer no advice, they said speak to nephrologist. I have an appointment next month and will be interested to see what he thinks.
    Andy

  3. runner

    ipswichandy said: ↑
    Hi. First sorry to hear about your problem.im type 1 and have been for 40 years. I am very close to kidney failure. Gfr20% just recently dropped to 12%
    I have had low hemoglobin for several years and been taking 600mg iron. A few months ago the hba1c machines at hospital refused my sample because hemoglobin to low.
    My Nephrologist recommended vitamin c to aid iron absorbtion. I took 400mg. Initially it helped.
    Then things got worse while on holiday. I could barely walk. Even standing was a struggle. I was 100 miles away from nearest renal dept so decided I wait till I got home.
    A bit of research showed coq10 and vitamin b complex can help with tiredness. A trial of coq10 showed 12 weeks of60mg 3 times a day could reverse kidney failure a bit. In fact several patients on dialysis came off!
    My blood was tested by gp. Next day the nurse knocked on my door saying I had to attend hospital immediately. I was emergency admitted with suspected renal failure. My bloods were dangerous ly low but the dr said I showed no other symptoms of kidney failure. I was about 8 weeks into the 12 week coq10 tablets.
    14 weeks later I feel the best ive felt in ages. All weakness gone. Going to gp next week for bloods. I had them done when I was bad so it will be interesting to see what they are now.
    Im not medically qualified. I have spoken with gp and national kidney assoc. They could offer no advice, they said speak to nephrologist. I have an appointment next month and will be interested to see what he thinks.
    Andy
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    ipswichandy said: ↑
    Hi. First sorry to hear about your problem.im type 1 and have been for 40 years. I am very close to kidney failure. Gfr20% just recently dropped to 12%
    I have had low hemoglobin for several years and been taking 600mg iron. A few months ago the hba1c machines at hospital refused my sample because hemoglobin to low.
    My Nephrologist recommended vitamin c to aid iron absorbtion. I took 400mg. Initially it helped.
    Then things got worse while on holiday. I could barely walk. Even standing was a struggle. I was 100 miles away from nearest renal dept so decided I wait till I got home.
    A bit of research showed coq10 and vitamin b complex can help with tiredness. A trial of coq10 showed 12 weeks of60mg 3 times a day could reverse kidney failure a bit. In fact several patients on dialysis came off!
    My blood was tested by gp. Next day the nurse knocked on my door saying I had to attend hospital immediately. I was emergency admitted with suspected renal failure. My bloods were dangerous ly low but the dr said I showed no other symptoms of kidney failure. I was about 8 weeks into the 12 week coq10 tablets.
    14 weeks later I feel the best ive felt in ages. All weakness gone. Going to gp next week for bloods. I had them done when I was bad so it will be interesting to see what they are now.
    Im not medically qualified. I have spoken with gp and national kidney assoc. They could offer no advice, they said speak to nephrologist. I have an appointment next month and will be interested to see what he thinks.
    Andy
    Click to expand... Thanks for this Andy.
    I'm sorry too to hear about your problems but pleased to hear about the recent improvement.
    I think the first thing I need to do is get back to my GP and confront her about the potential kidney issue and then continue to press for further tests and referral to a specialist if necessary.
    John.

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Click here:http://goo.gl/SL8ZyC Diabetes Awareness Ribbon Pins - Diabetes Awareness Ribbon Pics - National Diabetes Awareness Month Colors If you believe that you are vulnerable to diabetic issues, the initial thing that you want to know is to realize what is the disease all about. Authorities say that diabetic issues is a chronic illness, which create amid folks who have the incapacity to employ the glucose in their foodstuff to be used as energy. The disease develops when the accumulated glucose stays in the persons bloodstream for a extended time. More than a period of time of time, this sum of glucose, can bring potential hurt to the persons other organs these kinds of as the eyes, kidneys, coronary heart, and even the nerves themselves. Right after possessing adequate expertise about it and how the condition develops, the up coming action is to know what sort of diabetes that are identified and acknowledged by authorities and doctors. Right now, there are a few main sorts of diabetic issues including Type one diabetic issues, Type 2 diabetes, and Gestational diabetes. Understanding what they are and what sets every one particular apart from one particular other will support in

Mccann And Healthcare At Home Release New Campaign About Diabetes Awareness

McCann and Healthcare at Home release new campaign about diabetes awareness McCann and Healthcare at Home (HCAH) has launched a new campaign to raise awareness about diabetes. India has become the diabetes capital of the world, with prevalence of the disease estimated to rise from 69.2 million to 123.5 million by 2040. Yet, many patients control it poorly, remaining on diets high in sugar and being unaware that it puts them at risk of serious complications, such as blindness, amputations, kidney failure and heart disease, , said Vivek Srivastava, CEO & Co Founder, Healthcare at Home. To get patients to realise the importance of management of diabetes, HCAH partnered with McCann Health to create Dolce Mal, a brand of chocolates hand-crafted to get people not to eat them. Each piece was shaped like a body part that could be damaged if a patient with diabetes maintained a diet high in sugar. Facts about the likelihood of developing diabetes-produced problems were placed next to them. These chocolates address the issue in a clever way by using something very sweet to show the public the bitter truth of poorly managed diabetes, said Alejandro Canciobello, Creative Director at McCann He Continue reading >>

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  1. Gabby

    Coke Made With Stevia

    Before you get too excited, it's not in the US yet and may not be for a long while. But it is in Argentina, Chile and next year it should be introduced to the UK. It's also not a zero calorie drink as a 12oz can will still have 89 calories. For those who are trying to rid themselves of the sucrulose and aspartame, it might be a good alternative.
    Here is the article on it. Check out the new look of a Stevia based Coke. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/cokes-low-cal-l...

  2. shorty1965

    I stop drinking anything I have to add sub sugars to now I'm trying to stop drinking beer all together and then I will be great.

  3. Michael_1960

    That would be great, coke is my drink of choice, besides tea, and water.

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