Keep your sugar levels under control with regular exercise

Keep your sugar levels under control with regular exercise

Among all the ways you can keep your diabetes in check, working out is one of the best. There is a strong link between exercise and sugar levels in diabetes. Basic lifestyle changes and regular exercise can help you manage diabetes. Ranging from sugar control to weight management, staying active offers great benefits. Many studies aimed at finding an answer to this have concluded the positive impact of exercise on your sugar levels. Exercise in diabetes type 1 is as important as in type 2, says Dr Walia Murshida Huda (Senior Medical…

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169 stores to continue under McDonald’s brand: Vikram Bakshi

169 stores to continue under McDonald’s brand: Vikram Bakshi

Vikram Bakshi, the estranged partner of McDonald’s, on Thursday said the 169 outlets he runs in north and east India will continue to operate under the US brand. McDonald’s, which had last month terminated franchise pact that essentially meant the 169 outlets cannot use its trademark, said it would enforce its legal right to refrain Bakshi from using its intellectual property. The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) today refused any interim relief to Bakshi, who had sought a stay on franchise termination by the US-based fast food chain major….

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Sales accounted under GST could distort September quarter picture

Sales accounted under GST could distort September quarter picture

Investors are in for a surprise when the September quarter results are declared. This will be the first earnings season post-goods and services tax (GST) and differences in how sales will be recorded now are likely to distort reported growth figures. Companies have cautioned about this in their analyst meets and conference calls. Some may provide some comparison to help investors figure out underlying growth but others may not. In the absence of a mandatory requirement to disclose, investors may be left holding numbers that are not comparable. Nestlé India…

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Under Cover Fashions New Dress Code

Under Cover Fashions New Dress Code

Finally, summer is in sight. Savvy shoppers will want to stock up on sunscreen, rosé and, perhaps most important, a new warm-weather frock of two. A good dress invites the kind of free-spirited ease that one craves as temperatures rise. And this season the news is not about showing off skin or playing into preconceived notions of femininity. In fact, as the Times fashion critic Vanessa Friedman wrote this month, a covered-up look may just be the defining style of this decade, with more and more women eschewing miniskirts and strapless dresses for…

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Tax Day And Health Insurance Under Trump

Tax Day And Health Insurance Under Trump

Your federal income taxes are due April 18 this year, and — for perhaps several million people — a fine for failing to get health insurance is due that day, too. Despite a lengthy debate, Congress has not yet acted on a bill to repeal portions of the Affordable Care Act. That means the law and almost all of its regulations remain in force, at least for now. For the majority of tax filers, who had health insurance through an employer for 2016 or through a government program, all they…

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Govt plans to bring architecture institutions under urban development ministry

Govt plans to bring architecture institutions under urban development ministry

All architecture engineering colleges will be out of the purview of the human resource development ministry, and are likely to be brought under the urban development ministry.(Representational Photo) Soon, all architecture engineering colleges including all SPAs (Schools of Planning & Architecture) and institutes such as Mumbai’s JJ School of Architecture and Ahmedabad’s CEPT University will be out of the purview of the Union human resource development (HRD) ministry. The council of secretaries headed by cabinet secretary PK Sinha last month recommended that these institutes should be brought under the Union…

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Insulin cells under skin could save diabetics from jabs

Insulin cells under skin could save diabetics from jabs

Scientists have created artificial cells that act as sugar sensorsand insulin producers, an advance that may spell an end to painful needle jabs to monitor blood glucose levels, making the everyday life of diabetics easier. Researchers have used the simplest approach yet to produce artificial beta cells from human kidney cells. The therapy involves a capsule of genetically engineered cells implanted under the skin that automatically release insulin as required. Diabetic mice that were treated with the cells were found to have normal blood sugar levels for several weeks. Previous…

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Yoga can Improve Mental Health for Kids under Home Care

Yoga can Improve Mental Health for Kids under Home Care

Regular practise of Kundalini Yoga — which incorporates movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation and the chanting of mantras — can potentially help improve the health and psychological well being of children as well as the workforce in residential care homes, a study has found. The results showed that the yogic technique has the potential to encourage togetherness and mutuality and improve health and psychological outcomes for children as well as the staff. “The findings are very exciting as they suggest that the practice of Kundalini yoga, involving both staff and…

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10 Healthy Breakfasts You Can Make for Under $1

10 Healthy Breakfasts You Can Make for Under $1

Somewhere along the line, eating well came to mean spending a pretty penny. Maybe vegan cafes and pricey cold-pressed juices are to blame? Yet, thanks to cheap and wholesome foods (hello, eggs! We’re looking right at you), it’s actually quite easy to make a healthy breakfast for under a buck. The key to making a cheap breakfast? It’s all about being resourceful and welcoming food combinations that are packed with energy to provide enough fuel for the whole day. If you’re cooking at home, it’s totally possible to feed your body the right nutrients…

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