November 14 is the World Diabetes Day in 1991 under the leadership of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Diabetes Federation. Every year, topics such as "Women and Diabetes – Our Right to a Healthy Future" are selected each year to get as much information about the disease as possible for people around the world.
This day informs the public on how to prevent information about diabetes, symptoms, risks and how the people diagnosed can control it.
What is the World Diabetes Day this year?
World Diabetes Day 2018 and 2019 themes are "family and diabetes" campaigns to focus attention on the effects of this serious illness among children and adolescents. Because this condition does not show any obvious symptoms, it is very important that you test it thoroughly. We need to realize what all types of diabetes mean. Because the time of life is the opportunity of life.
The population suffering from chronic diseases in Romania is about 2 million people. In the last 30 years, over 366 million world population have increased rapidly and 280 million people are susceptible to disease.
Many of them are suffering from type 2 diabetes, which is based on obesity and dementia. It is only natural that more and more people are adopting an unbalanced lifestyle because of overly busy and stressful programs.
Over the last year, statistics show that more than 190 million women worldwide are suffering from diabetes, and over 2 million people die from complications from the disease. About 4 million people die from diabetes worldwide.
Daily habits leading to diabetes
Women who work more than 45 hours a week are at risk for diabetes.
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