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arrow IN BRIEF: Brisk walking is good for you
16-02-2011
A BRISK daily 30 minute walk can cut your risk of falling victim to up to two dozen illnesses, including dementia and cancer, say researchers. Taking such walks can slow the rate at which our bodies deteriorate with age.
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arrow Half of all diabetics unaware of the disease
16-02-2011
THERE are 1.2 million Malaysians who are diabetic and about half of them are unaware of the disease. Normah Medical Specialist Centre (NMSC) consultant nephrologist Dr William Chau said the number of people suffering from diabetes worldwide would double
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arrow Best diabetes fitness plan: aerobics plus weight, study says
16-02-2011
CHICAGO: People with diabetes should mix aerobics with weight training to get the best results in lowering blood sugar, a new study suggests. The combination worked best for weight loss too,
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arrow Living a healthy lifestyle
16-02-2011
It’s important that people start investing in their future health now. It’s sad that heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, cancer and osteoporosis are robbing so many of the joys that life can bring.
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arrow Diabetes: you’re in control
8-02-2011
It’s a daily struggle for diabetes patients to achieve comprehensive glucose control, a vital measure to prevent future complications. A LOT has been said and written about type 2 diabetes (T2D), otherwise known as non-insulin-
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arrow A practical guide to insulin therapy
8-02-2011
FOR decades since its discovery, insulin has been used primarily to treat type 1 diabetes – a condition where a person’s body cannot keep his blood sugar levels from skyrocketing due to the destruction of insulin-producing pancreas cells by his own immune system.
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