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January-June 2017 | Vol 5 | Issue 1

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Mishti copes with diabetes: A pragmatic approach to coping skills training
I am Misthi. I am 4-year-old. I was born when the Changing Diabetes in Children (CDiC) programme began in India. I live with diabetes. Living with diabetes is just like living with any person, any pe...
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Editorial
Mishti copes with diabetes: Dancing
I am Mishti, and I live with diabetes. Living with diabetes makes me a self-disciplined girl as I have to follow sensible diet patterns and take my insulin regularly. All these make me a healthy perso...
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Review Article
Psychosocial aspects of diabetes in pregnancy
As treating physicians, we usually focus on the patient's medical condition, forgetting the impact of the illness on the psychosocial aspects of the patient's life. Patients with chronic medic...
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Diabetes and quality of life: A theoretical perspective
With changing time and lifestyle, general health of population has been drastically affected, and deteriorating quality of life. The transition from a traditional to modern lifestyle and consumption o...
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Review Article
The ominous octet of “S” in noncommunicable disease
Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) have surpassed the infectious disorders as the major causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. This is the first decade in the existence of humanity, where the preva...
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