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The Increasing Type 2 Diabetes In Young And Adolescents Is Alarming In India: AIIMS Prof Dr. Naval K. Vikram

Diabetes is the biggest and fastest growing killers in India today, making India the second most affected in the world. An incurable disease, it requires lifelong medication and the cost that makes it an acute social burden. It is about the toxic food, decreasing physical activity and the stress in young adults as well as adolescents which is alarming. Then what is the medical science’s cutting edge research on such malaise? Is it reversible? Dr. Naval K. Vikram, Professor, Dept. of Medicine, AIIMS has been leading the advance research on the complexity of diabetes and metabolism at India’s leading AIIMS in New Delhi. BW Businessworld’s Manish Kumar Jha speaks with Dr Naval on clinical breakthrough in medical sciences and his own findings on plants based alternative system with medicine.

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This Diwali, Indian manufacturers launch home-made sweets namely 'Mishtabhuj'

This Diwali, Indian manufacturers launch home-made sweets namely 'Mishtabhuj'

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Through Portea, We Aim To Provide A Holistic Solution To Diabetes Management: Meena Ganesh

India has over 50.9 million people suffering from diabetes and likely to go up to 80 million by 2025, India is on road to becoming the 'Diabetes Capital' of the world, says Meena Ganesh, Co-Founder, MD & CEO, Portea Medical. She speaks with BW Businessworld on critical factors like credible information sources, poor access to medical advice and overall ignorance about the disease were the reasons that Portea InControl was introduced to address such issues.

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