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The Spring of Hope

“It was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.” – Adapted from A Tale of Two Cities authored by Charles Dickens With the advent of coronavirus vaccines, the winter of despair could well be followed by the spring of hope, to...

‘How’, ‘why’, and the Deep Blue Sea

John: Dear Jane, why are you obese? You need to control your diet and exercise more. Jane: Ok John. But why are you asthmatic? You need to breathe harder and take in more air! Just as bronchial asthma is not due to breathing less air, it is flawed...

Diabetes Distress

Diabetes Distress Dr Sanjay Kalra discusses the emotional impact that Diabetes has on one’s mind and how to deal with it Diabetes distress defined Living with Diabetes may sometimes be challenging. The complexity of having to learn and...

A Dialogue on Diabetes Nutrition

The Diabetes Health Team interviews Ms Sheryl Salis on the importance of Diabetes Nutrition and talks about her latest book that aims to educate people about the right approach to Diabetes diet How important is it for a person with Diabetes to know...

Perioperative Care for Elective Surgery

Can Diabetes make surgery more complicated? Subimol Abhilash Murali offers tips to counter the cyclic impact Diabetes and surgery have on each other. Diabetes and surgery People with longstanding Diabetes get used to factoring their condition into...

1921

Every New Year is a time of hope. As we stand on the cusp of 2021, we hope. We hope for a vaccine. We hope for new treatments for COVID-19. We hope that the herd immunity might bring an end to the pandemic. As far as...

Be the Winner of Your Life

Co-morbidities or co-existence of one or more conditions does not have to mean the end of the road. By having a positive outlook and a proactive approach to better manage each condition, one can overcome all hurdles...

I Befriended Diabetes

Rohan Arora was diagnosed with LADA – a form of Type 1 Diabetes. He has not only taken control of his well-being but continues to dedicate time and energy to help others with Diabetes through the Blue Circle...

Awareness Safeguards Your Health

Taking care of the family comes naturally to elders. But it is also important to take care of their own health while caring for their younger ones. Mrs Mary Thomas narrates how she learnt to be aware of her foot health...

Soar Towards Your Goals

Eshaan Shevate was diagnosed to have Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 12. But instead of despairing, he continues to display a resilience of spirit that encourages youngsters with Diabetes to also expand their wings and...

You’re Type 1 of a Kind!

Jazz Sethi talks about how her journey of Type 1 Diabetes has made education her purpose of life Name: Ms. Jazz Sethi Age: 25 Years Profession: Founder and Director of Diabesties Foundation, professional dancer and...

Managing Diabetes is a Team Effort

Ravinder Sus discusses the importance of positive outlook and support system while tackling with Diabetes Name: Mr Ravinder Sus Age: 63 Years Occupation: Retired Bank Personnel The journey so far I was diagnosed with...

Give a Positive Twist to Life

Sometimes, an unexpected encounter could significantly change the course of life. Dr Rajesh Javherani shares one such event that inspired him to make a positive change in his life. Name: Dr Rajesh Javherani Age: 49...

Awareness can Prevent Diabetes

Madhav Awargand discusses how awareness had helped him give a positive turn to his life Name: Madhav Awargand Age: 30 Years Occupation: Food catering business The journey so far I had a very simple and normal life...

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