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arrow Top picks: Danger food for diabetics
18-04-2011
NO matter what type of diabetes you have, a proper balanced meal plan is vital. Poor food choices will work against your efforts to stay healthy. Although having diabetes does not mean you should be deprived of any
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arrow I,caregiver: Listen patiently to the patient
18-04-2011
FOR years, my family members who had a medical problem and needed to visit the doctor had always asked me go with them. They felt that they needed translations for “doctor-speak” as they were usually somewhat
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arrow Don't lose sight of this disease
12-04-2011
Previously the disease was only prevalent among those above 45 but today's lifestyle has put a severe strain on the people's eyesight and the government is very concerned as 1.8 per cent of the country's total population of 27 million are suffering from the
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arrow Diabetes also afflicts rural people: Mahathir
12-04-2011
HULU LANGAT: Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today advised rural people and the Orang Asli to reduce their intake of sugar, saying the incidence of diabetes was also afflicting more people in the rural areas. He attributed the trend to an unhealthy lifestyle and the consumption of food and drinks with high sugar content.
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arrow The seven golden rules
12-04-2011
1. Keep fit and active
Keeping fit and active will reduce the likelihood of developing risk factors for kidney disease, like high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, and obesity. While we don’t have to go for intensive gym sessions,
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arrow Knowing your heart risks
17-03-2011
EACH year, about 17.5 million lives are claimed by the world’s largest killer – heart disease and stroke. In Malaysia, heart disease has been the number one killer for the past three decades. This statistic goes across the globe, making heart disease the most common cause of death worldwide.
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