Highest number of patients killed by COVID-19 are diabetics: Study
PARIS: A research has revealed that the highest number of patients killed by the coronavirus is those who were diabetics. In a study, French researchers asserted that diabetes is one of the fastest-growing diseases in the world and surprisingly, 25
Suspicious transaction: IHC extends Zardari’s interim bail till Jan 28
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court (IHC) has sought a report in a case pertaining to a suspicious transaction of Rs 8 billion and extended the former president’s interim bail till 28th January. Justice Amir Farooq and Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani heard
COVID-19 could trigger diabetes in healthy people: Study
WASHINGTON: A recent research has stated that coronavirus might impact people with type-1 diabetes. The American team through research claimed that nearly half of people with type 1 diabetes who had become infected with COVID-19 had high blood glucose levels.
Consuming green tea extends life; what else it can do?
A new study has suggested that consuming a cup of green tea could help live longer. The research from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences stated that herbal tea extended life. Drinking tea at least three times a week could
Rising prevalence of diabetes
World Diabetes Day is being marked around the globe on November 14. The disease is common in many households across the country. Thus, it comes as no surprise that Pakistan in now among the top ten countries in the world
World Diabetes Day being observed today
NEW YORK: World Diabetes Day is being observed today all over the globe on Thursday. It is held on 14th November each year. The day aims to raise awareness about diabetes that can put you at an increased risk of
1 in every 2 persons having Diabetes is undiagnosed: Experts
ISLAMABAD: World Diabetes Day is being marked today all over the world. It is the primary worldwide awareness campaign centering on diabetes and is held on 14 November each year. Shifa International Hospital observed this day by arranging an awareness
Singapore to ban sugary drink ads to curb consumption
SINGAPORE: The health ministry of Singapore has decided to ban advertisements for certain fizzy drinks to curb consumption of sugar in the city-state. The health ministry took the decision as part to take measures in curbing consumption of sugar in