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July-December 2017 | Vol 5 | Issue 2

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Editorial
The alcohol and tobacco burden of India
The Indian College of Physicians (ICP) of the Association of Physicians of India has recently released guidelines on the management of addictive disorders in persons with type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM)...
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Editorial
Higher, sweeter, heavier: Not necessarily healthier
National Family Health Survey-4 The recently released results of India's National Family Health Survey-4 (NFHS4)[1] provide an overview of the health of the nation. A comprehensive...
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Review Article
The barriers and challenges toward addressing the social and cultural factors influencing diabetes self-management in Indian populations
Patient adherence to recommended diabetes self-care practices reduces the risk of diabetic complications. However, most clinic-based approaches have proved inadequate in maintaining optimal diabetic s...
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Review Article
Type 1 diabetic camp: An experience in Mauritius
The aim of the nongovernmental organization Type 1 diabetes mellitus support (T1Diams) is to empower children, adolescents, and young adults with Type 1 diabetes to optimally manage their medical cond...
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Review Article
Diabetes: A review of awareness, comorbidities, and quality of life in India
Diabetes is one of the major contributors for the noncommunicable diseases. The disease burden due to diabetes is huge, and it not only puts pressure on the diabetes patients but also it adds pressure...
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