The pandemic has made it harder for diabetes patients to receive the ongoing care they need.
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World Diabetes Day on Nov. 14 marks an increase in diabetes deaths and new diagnoses as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to hinder care for chronic conditions.
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The present healthcare structure in Nigeria contributes to the suffering of people living with diabetes in the country.
A vial of insulin. Prices for the drug, crucial for those with diabetes, have soared in recent years.
World Diabetes Day provides an opportunity to look at the messaging around Walmart insulin, touted as a solution to soaring insulin prices. Cheaper insulins may not work as well for many people.
The diabetes self-test: up to 16% of pregnant women are positive.
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It affects nearly one in five women, and half go on to develop type 2 diabetes. It’s one of the great intervention opportunities that public health overseers keep ignoring.
People with diabetes have a higher risk of developing emotional problems than the general population.
Medical advances are important but we believe the key to living successfully with diabetes is something else entirely. Paying attention to the behavioural and psychological aspects of the condition is…
Many people die while waiting for dialysis, or after finding the daily visits to a dialysis unit impossible to manage.
Diabetes rates in Australia are high but its prevalence in the Indigenous population is between three and four times higher than the rest of the population. And we are fast running out of time to stop…