Diabetes and Dementia

            Patients with diabetes, determined by higher HbA1c levels, show greater increases in cognitive decline over 10 years compared to those with normal blood sugar, suggesting that good blood glucose control could help slow possible progression to dementia. As there is currently no cure for dementia, interventions that delay diabetes…

Osteoporosis and weight training – Guest Article by Dietician Shwetha Bhatia

                      Research shows a twice-weekly, high-intensity resistance training scheme provides significant gains in bone-mineral density (BMD) and strength in postmenopausal women with low bone mass, without the safety issues that are of particular concern in that population. Concerns about fracture risk associated with weight training…

How Diabetes Can Hurt Your Feet?

How Diabetes Can Hurt Your Feet? What is the fact between Diabetes & Feet?  Currently India’s diabetic population is 65 million and 50% i.e. staggering 32.5 millionis suffering from “Peripheral Neuropathy”, leading to foot complications and severe deformities. What is Peripheral Neuropathy and how can it affect my feet?  Excessive and/or fluctuation of sugar in…

Let’s Explore Your Angel’s Feet

Let’s Explore Your Angel’s Feet Children & feet. Let’s explore the facts regarding children’s feet. Brainstorming questions for all moms????????  Have you spent 5 minutes from your hectic schedule to observe your child’s feet? Have you seen your child standing or walking? If yes, then do you know what to observe? Which observations require professional…