May 22, 2018
  • Eye Disorder

    Eye disorders in diabetics

    Dr Swapnesh Sawant, practising ophthalmologist from Mumbai, who runs the Anideep Eye Hospital in Vile Parle explains the various eye complications that diabetics might face. He also talks about the symptoms and the the solutions [Full Story]
  • “We want to make a much bigger difference here (to patients). There is a bigger discussion now on how many more patients can we reach,” she said, and, perhaps, not only on revenue or profits.
    Managing Treatment Cost

    Want to reach more patients: Roche India MD

    Roche, the world’s largest biotech company with blockbusters like cancer drug Herceptin and haemophilia medicine Hemlibra, has drawn up a blueprint for the Indian market that includes collaboration with stakeholders to improve access. Roche India’s [Full Story]
  • But taste preferences influence dietary choices, and some earlier studies have suggested that obese people often taste flavors with less intensity than lean people.
    Lifestyle Diseases

    Obesity can dull sense of taste

    Packing on pounds seems to dull people’s sense of taste, and puzzled researchers turned to mice to figure out why: Obesity, they found, can rob the tongue of taste buds. If Tuesday’s findings pan out, [Full Story]
  • There is no attempt to get the clinical perspective, details of the criticality of the case and the hospital’s opinion. However, various factors and perspectives need to be understood and addressed for an all-inclusive solution.
    Managing Treatment Cost

    Medicine at a crossroad

    Debates over India’s current state of healthcare, both public and private, have gained momentum due to incidents that are grabbing eyeballs. With hospitals being placed under greater scrutiny there is a widespread tendency to demonise [Full Story]

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Researchers from the Institute of Comparative Medicine at Yangzhou University in China said the findings suggested the same therapy could now be introduced as an effective anti-diabetic treatment for humans.

Arthritis drug lowers blood glucose levels

March 23, 2018 0
A COMMON rheumatoid arthritis drug could hold the key to lowering blood glucose levels in patients with Type 2 diabetes, says a study. Scientists have discovered that the anti-inflammatory drug leflunomide has highly beneficial effects [Full Story]
It may eventually be used for smartphones and at airport screening barricades, researchers said.

Now, log into your PC with heart scans

September 27, 2017 0
Scientists have developed a new computer security system that lets you log in with a heart scan – using the dimensions of the organ as a unique identifier. The system uses low-level Doppler radar to [Full Story]
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INDIAN DIABETES REVIEW TV

How to avoid diabetes related complications

February 15, 2018 0
In a succinct and lucid interview with Living With Diabetes newsmagazine diabetologist Dr Deepak Dalal talks about prophylactic measures to avoid organ disorder, various drug-induced diabetes, new and upcoming technologies that bring hope to diabetics [Full Story]

Innovative treatment of obesity

November 13, 2016 0
Dr Manjiri Patankar, an obesity expert and cosmetic physician, has long experience in non-surgical body and face sculpting treatments. We spoke to her at her clinic at Thane, near Mumbai, to understand if her treatments [Full Story]
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