Post Tagged with: "diabetes"

Better management of diabetes

Better management of diabetes

26 April 2018 / Health / No comments

NUS study found that pharmacist follow-ups cut diabetes costs and reduce health risks. 

 
Cardiovascular risk underestimated

Cardiovascular risk underestimated

26 December 2017 / Health / No comments

Interim results of an online survey show low levels of awareness and limited dialogue between Type 2 diabetes patients and healthcare professionals.

 
9 healthy snack options for diabetics

9 healthy snack options for diabetics

8 August 2017 / Health / No comments

Who says that a diabetic patient’s diet has to be boring?

 
Manage your diabetes

Manage your diabetes

25 July 2017 / Health / No comments

Here are 5 tips to get you on track to control your diabetes.

 
Diabetes management

Diabetes management

20 December 2016 / Health / No comments

A new smart coach to help those living with Type 2 diabetes.

 
Diabetic foot care: Going the extra mile

Diabetic foot care: Going the extra mile

12 November 2016 / Health / No comments

Those with diabetes need to take care of their feet so they can avoid infection or worse, amputation.

 
Large-scale study to better understand why people develop diabetes

Large-scale study to better understand why people develop diabetes

15 June 2016 / Health / No comments

The team hopes to identify biomarkers of progression and change the course of the disease.

 
Managing diabetes with a dash of humour

Managing diabetes with a dash of humour

14 June 2016 / Health / No comments

A 76-year-old shares how he deals his condition but doesn’t keep it too strict.

 
Gaps in eye health

Gaps in eye health

26 May 2015 / Health / No comments

Awareness of the importance of vision and eye health is relatively low among elderly Singaporeans according to recent national SNEC survey.

 
Malays, Indians with Type 2 diabetes have higher risk of heart attacks & strokes

Malays, Indians with Type 2 diabetes have higher risk of heart attacks & strokes

15 January 2015 / Health / No comments

Good control of blood glucose and smoking cessation may significantly reduce this risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes.