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World Diabetes Day: Two out of ten adults in the world have diabetes


Kinshasa – This day aims to raise awareness about the effects and complications of diabetes, a disease that increases blood sugar (blood sugar level).

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) World Health Organization (WHO), there are approximately two diabetes mothers on Tuesday, November 14th between ACP & World Diabetes Day and 14 adults worldwide. It is the "Family and Diabetes" held in 2018.

Diabetes is a problem that gives weight to nations because it threatens their health and economic well-being.

According to the World Health Organization, it aims to raise awareness on the effects and complications of diabetes, a disease that increases blood sugar levels.

Type 1 diabetes (from childhood or naturally occurring), type 2 (obesity-dependent and inactive and inactive lifestyle), diabetes insipidus (due to a secretory abnormality) hypothalamus) and gestational diabetes (occurring during pregnancy). These are conditions that affect how the pancreas (an organ in the digestive tract) secretes insulin or how the body reacts to that hormone.

Depending on the type and severity, dietary measures of diabetes, weight loss, oral medications or injected or inhaled insulin are controlled. The WHO document shows that large and short-term diabetes complications, including eye problems, heart disease, stroke, and significant increases in kidney risk, are present. Death

On November 14, the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization tried to cope with the increasing number of cases of diabetes and the country burden in 1991.


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