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Welcome to N-DOC

National Diabetes Obesity and Cholesterol Foundation (N-DOC) is under the President ship of Dr. Anoop Misra, Director and Head, Department of Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases, Fortis Hospitals (New Delhi and NOIDA) and the able guidance of Dr Angeli Misra, Director, Lifeline Laboratories, Dr Asha Bhatnagar, Director, Lifeline Laboratories and Mr Neeraj Bhatnagar, MD, Corporate Group.
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N-DOC is committed to fight against diabetes, obesity and cholesterol related disorders and raising awareness of these diseases.

Diabetes

Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases in the world. 50.8 million diabetics out of World’s 285 million diabetics, are in India, according to the figures released by International Diabetes Federation (IDF) in October 2009.

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Obesity

Obesity

Obesity is a significant risk factor associated with the development of Diabetes, Cardio vascular disease and other non-communicable diseases. In an INDO-US collaborative study conducted among Asian Indians by Dr Anoop Misra and his team,

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Dyslipidemia

Dyslipidemia

Dyslipidemia refers to the derangements of one or many of the blood lipid parameters; elevations of total cholesterol, low-density cholesterol (LDL) and/or triglycerides(TG), or low levels of high-density cholesterol (HDL).

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childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity

Obesity is now being recognized as a major health problem in both developed and developing countries. India is facing a ‘double jeopardy’, with obesity emerging as an important health problem and ironically co-existing with significant undernutrition prevailing in different sections of the population.

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LATEST NEWS

FORTIS C-DOC WINS. ‘BEST HOSPITAL IN INDIA IN DIABETES CARE’ AWARD

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DMA ‘CHIKITSA RATAN AWARD’conferred upon DR Anoop Misra. For his outstanding contribution in the field of medicine & service to mankind

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PUBLICATIONS

All you need to know about Trans Fat in Foods and Oils


FACT File

spacer Studies reported a 44% prevalence of elevation of cholesterol among men and 50% prevalence among women in urban Delhi during 1984-87. Dr Misra and his team recorded low levels of HDL-C levels in 15-16% of the people belonging to the low socio-economic stratum living in New Delhi.


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