Tri-city Doctors mega cultural evening

Team FENFURO sponsored the musical program titled “Sur-Sangam-12” to salute the legends of music world organized by the members of doctor’s talent hunt organization “Sur-Sangam” The event was being organized from the last 14 years in which most famous Hindi songs are talent fully presented by the selected singers. This year Sh.Bappi Lahiri was the…

CME Meet on Diabesity at Lucknow

TEAM FENFURO hosted the Continuing Medical Education(CME) meet on DIABESITY which was followed by cocktail and dinner at Hotel Clarks Avadh, Lucknow on 07 July’ 2012. The main speaker was Prof Dr S.V Madhu- DM (Endocrinology), Head Endocrinology, G T B Hospital & Medical Collage, Delhi, Chief Consultant Obesity Clinic GTB Hospital highlighted on leptin…

Abstract accepted as a poster presentation at the 43rd annual conference of Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India – RSSDI 2015 at Lucknow, UP

Abstract has been accepted as a poster presentation- ‘Clinical evaluation of fenugreek seed extract (Fenfuro) in patients with type-2 diabetes: an add-on study in 154 patients’ at the 43rd annual conference of Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India – RSSDI 2015 at Lucknow, UP (30th, 31st October & 1st November 2015).

Everyday Chemicals May Up Obesity And Diabetes Risk

Man-made chemicals in everyday items such as paint, plastics and mattresses may be linked to the sharp rise in obesity and diabetes in western societies, researchers have warned. Analysis of 240 scientific papers on obesity, pollution and type 2 diabetes suggests increasing exposure to chemicals, such as pesticides, paint additives, flame retardants, diesel and common…

A Different A1C Target for Seniors

News from the American Diabetes Association’s 71st Scientific Sessions An A1C goal of less than 7 % may be unhealthy for some high-risk people with diabetes. A study confirmed that older people may benefit from a higher A1C target. (The A1C test measures blood glucose over two to three months.) In assessing the consequences of…

Why drug for type II diabetes makes people fat?

Medication used to treat patients with type II diabetes activates sensors on brain cells that increase hunger, causing people taking this drug to gain more body fat, according to researchers at Georgia State University, Oregon Health and Science University, Georgia Regents University and Charlie Norwood Veterans Administration Medical Center. The study, published on March 18,…

Diabetics beware: Prepare for cough, cold or flu

Each year, an average of 200,000 Americans are hospitalized because of flu complications, but people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes are three times more likely to face complications that may be fatal, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The best step is prevention, and anyone with diabetes should seriously consider…