How is diabetes diagnosed?

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Diabetes is to blame for various other health complications that include heart and kidney problems. Often, people with type 2 diabetes never know it, and in case of type 1 diabetes, one may not be aware of its existence until it becomes worse. This makes it indispensable to go for diabetes test at regular intervals to stay safe and healthy. A series of medical tests are prescribed by doctors to diagnose diabetes.

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SRL diagnostic- one-stop solution to all your healthcare need

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Nowadays diagnostic centers are mushrooming all over the country. Every city has multitudes of diagnostic centers that offer a varied range of testing and screening services. But SRL is a comprehensive diagnostic center that provides a wide range of all-inclusive services. The center profoundly believes in the word “TRUST” and delivers quality services to the masses by following all the ethical standards of testing and diagnosing. It is a finest diagnostic center in Delhi having its branches in all the major areas of the city to give highly accurate test results.

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Thyroid symptoms & precautions you must know

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The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland that is located below Adam’s apple on the lower side of the neck in the body. The problems with the organ can go unnoticed even if it is showing worrying symptoms. Many people do not link the signs with the improper functioning of the thyroid gland and give it more time to get the condition worsen and to take an appropriate treatment. This gland is responsible for producing T3, and T4 hormones and 1-3 in every 50 women are often found to be suffering from a thyroid problem.

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Healthcare can advance, given the right resources

Healthcare fraternity expectations from Union Budget 2018-19 encompasses with new technology, investment, health programmes and public private partnership. Amid this, one industry that has emerged as a major break point in the healthcare sector is diagnostics thus though healthcare is exempted from GST, there are other sectoral issues that need to be addressed.

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Important medical tests for youngsters

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You cannot avoid meeting your physician as it is quite necessary when you are unwell. But have you ever thought that regular health screenings are mandatory too, and it is not a thing that you can postpone? Many people mix up these two facts and end up with acquiring diseases and disorders. Find here why a complete body test should be on your yearly plans. Also, if you are a youngster and believe that you do not need one, then think twice about it as every age group is prone to diseases and an early diagnosis can help in saving both health and money.

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Precautions you must take to prevent dengue

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Aedes aegypti mosquitoes have become popular again with the rains pouring down this season. These mosquitoes are responsible for spreading dengue, which is a severe fever causing a lot of muscle and bone pain. In India each year, 25000 people suffer from this vector-borne disease, and many people die because of dengue. Dengue fever is more dangerous when it is also hemorrhagic, where the blood platelets become very low causing bleeding in the internal organs resulting in circulatory collapse.

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How to Control High Blood Pressure?

Bringing down the blood pressure levels to normal is undoubtedly going to be a long row to hoe, but with determination and self-control, it is possible. When not controlled, high blood pressure can lead to various health issues including heart disease. For those, who want to control the blood pressure levels, here are useful tips that can help to reach the goal.

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Dengue Free India: Fight Against Dengue

Across the world, 390 million people over the year are affected by Dengue, says the the World Health Organization. With a huge share of victims, India has been a country burdened with both medical and enconomic repercussions of the disease. First epidemic of clinical dengue like illness in India was recorded in Chennai in 1780, The first evidence of occurrence of first virologically proven dengue fever in the country was reported in 1956 from Vellore district in Tamil Nadu, while first epidemic of dengue fever was reported in Kolkata and Eastern coast of India in 1963.

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