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Hyderabad Scientists Use Neem As A Tool To Fight Cancer: 6 Amazing Benefits Of Neem

You must have heard about the medicinal benefits of neem and how it is used in Ayurvedic concoctions to treat a wide variety of health problems naturally. But most recently, scientists from Hyderabad made a startling discovery about this herb. They showed how neem can be used as a weapon against cancer. The revealed that a phytochemical obtained from this herb, namely Nimbolide, can be helpful for curing cancer. This compound has been deemed effective for a number of cancers. However, researchers for long have neglected the use of Nimbolide in commercial drugs for cancer . Recent discovery shows that oral use of this compound may not be quite effective for cancer because that way, the body fails to absorb Nimbolide properly. This has become a major hurdle in the manufacturing process of Nimbolide-based drugs. Experts at the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research have successfully cleared this dilemma and paved way for the use of neem in cancer treatment. The compound

How does oral health (teeth) affect diabetes?

I've never heard of this correlation and my local grocery store in Texas (HEB) posted this advertisement on their pharmacy bags now...

"For better oral health against diabetes, replace your toothbrush every 3 months.".


Hi there. I'm not really sure that statement makes sense. But it is true that there is a relationship between diabetes and oral health. Emerging research is indicating that uncontrolled diabetes and periodontal infection can exacerbate each other.


i just found out that i have diabeties and had to get teeth pulled. he said that it was because of my diabeties.


Someone with diabetes can have complications from it...anything from kidney problems, nerve problems, to teeth problems. It has not been proven that bad oral health causes diabetes. That does not make any sense..unless they mean if you have diabetes,

I have Type 2 diabetes which is under control with oral meds. I am sleeping entirely too much.?

I could sleep all day. Is this related to my diabetes? What can I do to remedy the situation? I am 65 and in relatively good health otherwise.


although your blood sugar is within the normal range with medication but u should not sleep too much. you should take half an hour regular physical exercise and it should be aerobic just to keep ur cardiovascular and other system ok.and ur blood sugar


If you start walking about 30 minutes, a few times a day, you won't sleep as much. But at first, it may take a bit to get you used to it.

Another item of interest is how do you feel emotionally? If you are depressed, you might want to sleep


although your blood sugar is within the normal range with medication but u should not sleep too much. you should take half an hour regular physical exercise and it should be aerobic just to keep ur cardiovascular and other system ok.and ur blood sugar