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Clinical, Epidemiology, Complications, Therapy

Journal of Diabetology, a publication of Diabetes In Asia Study Group, is a peer-reviewed online 3 Issues journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

  • Online submission
  • Wider visibility through open access
  • Higher impact
  • Prompt review

Current Issue

May-August 2019| Vol 10| Issue 2

Review Article

HIV and antiretroviral therapy-induced metabolic syndrome in people living with HIV and its implications for care: A critical review

HIV has remained a major global public health concern for more than three decades. While global efforts are coalesced in the fight against HIV, the number of people living with HIV (PLHIV) is contin...


Review Article

Can decreased heart rate variability be a marker of autonomic dysfunction, metabolic syndrome and diabetes?

Epidemiological studies show an emergence of diet- and lifestyle-related diseases; Cardio-metabolic diseases (CMD) and neuropsychiatric diseases (classified as non-communicable diseases or chronic d...


Review Article

Implications of CVD-REAL 2 study for Indian diabetic population

South Asians are reported to have a higher risk of developing macrovascular complications of Diabetes, i.e., coronary artery and cerebrovascular diseases as compared to Caucasians. Literature eviden...


Original Article

Quality evaluation of speciality rice varieties available in South Indian (Chennai) market

Background: Several speciality rice with health claims are emerging in the south Indian market. The study aims to examine the nature of speciality rice with health claims available in the Che...


Original Article

Oxidant/antioxidant status of Sudanese Type II diabetic patients with multiple complications

Background: Diabetes-associated oxidative stress is induced by both increase in production of plasma-free radical concentrations and a significant reduction in antioxidant defence mechanisms,...


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Screening, Prevention, Diagnostic Methods

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