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arrow Ready for Ramadan
23-08-2010
This Ramadan, LIM WEY WEN speaks to two experts on staying active and healthy throughout the fasting season.For many Muslims worldwide, the practise of refraining from food and drink for the holy month of Ramadan had started last Wednesday.

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arrow Expanding waistline and degenerative diseases
20-08-2010
An expanding waistline translates to an increased risk of degenerative lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. In my younger days, jeans were meant to look rugged, and fitted snugly.In the past decade, the fashion vogue was the hipster, with the waistline very much below
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arrow Teens with Type 2 diabetes need to change eating habits
17-08-2010
PETALING JAYA: Like most teenagers, Nurul Rahimah Abu Bakar, 14, loves ice-cream, cakes and chocolates. Once, she would have these desserts after dinner with her family.However, such times are no more and the family now has more salad and vegetables on their dinner table, said her mother, Zalilah Selamat, 49.
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arrow Oversize me
16-08-2010
Overweight and obesity increases the risk of many chronic diseases.THE bad news is: overweight and obesity increases your risk to coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
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arrow Diabetes among children on the rise
16-08-2010
KUALA LUMPUR: More young people, some as young as seven, are suffering from Type 2 diabetes (T2D), a disease that generally hits those in their 50s.Doctors say more primary school students have been diagnosed with T2D in the last decade, a fact that is alarming since the disease is usually linked to those much older.
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arrow Pregnancy-related diabetes likely to recur: study
9-08-2010
(Reuters Health) - Pregnant women with a history of pregnancy-related diabetes, also called gestational diabetes, have a good chance of developing the condition again, suggests a large new study.Researchers found that the risk of having gestational diabetes during a
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