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Curry Leaves Remedy for Diabetes

Tuesday, October 03, 2017 2188 Views

Curry Leaves Remedy for Diabetes

A study published in Chemico-Biological Interactions states that due to its rich mineral reserves like those of iron, zinc and copper, curry leaves are important in maintaining normal glucose levels in blood. These minerals activate beta cells of pancreas that are responsible for the production of insulin hormone. Curr ...

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Exercising Safely With Diabetes

Monday, September 25, 2017 1896 Views

Exercising Safely With Diabetes

The most common concern people have about exercise and diabetes is how to keep their blood sugar levels from getting too high or too low. Here are some general guidelines to follow:

Exercise at the same time every day, if possible. This will help you find out how exercise affects your blood sugar. Check your blood sugar before exercis ...

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How Do You Avoid the Flu?

Thursday, August 31, 2017 1758 Views

How Do You Avoid the Flu?

It’s not always easy to tell your child has the flu. The illness comes on fast and is more intense than a cold. Kids tend to feel worse during the first 2 or 3 days they're sick. Symptoms include:

A high-grade fever up to 104 degrees F Chills and shakes with the fever Extreme tiredness Headache and body aches Dry, hacking c ...

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FOODS TO AVOID FEEDING BABY

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 2253 Views

FOODS TO AVOID FEEDING BABY

As exciting as it is to introduce new foods when you start solids with your little one, there are a few things that should stay off the menu for the first year because they pose a choking hazard or are otherwise not well suited for babies. Here's your guide to foods to avoid during your baby's first year, along wi ...

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Babies at Risk of Diarrhea? What should mother do?

Wednesday, August 23, 2017 1947 Views

You can find a lot of different textures, colors, and odors in a baby’s poopy diaper based on what he’s eating (breast milk, formula, or solid foods). The poop is normally much softer than an adult's, and it’s not uncommon for it to be even softer than usual sometimes. But if it suddenly gets much looser or more watery, and happens more often and in large amounts, it may be ...

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