Today Diabetes Day- World Diabetes Day 2020! Diabetes is becoming an epidemic in the world. The number of diabetic patients in the world is 41 million. Only one person dies every second in the world due to diabetes.
According to the American Diabetes Society Information, One person is suffering from diabetes every 21 seconds. The sudden death of an adult diabetic-infected person is feared,50 percent more than a healthy person. According to a study by the Government of Canada’s Health Organization, At the moment, one in every three people is likely to suffer from diabetes at any stage of their lives.
So On World Diabetes Day, let us resolve to create awareness about the disease n its prevention. There should be an effort to educate ppl about following a lifestyle, which can help prevent diabetes. Leading a stress-free life, healthy food habits n physical exercises are much helpful.
World diabetes day theme 2020:
World Diabetes Day is proving internationally effective in spreading the message about diabetes and raising awareness for the condition. The theme for World Diabetes Day 2019 is once again, The Family and Diabetes.
When is the World Diabetes Day?
every year on 14 November Celebrate the World Diabetes day.
World Diabetes Day Quotes, Messages, Wishes, Greetings, Sayings, Status
- Happy world diabetes day! I’m so thankful for insulin & technology for keeping me alive and healthy enjoy this cute little illustration of all the things that help keep me alive World Diabetes Day.
- Today is World Diabetes Day. I’m a Type 1 Diabetic, living each day without a routine because this disease doesn’t know what routine means. And that’s okay. I met my family because of this. Diabetes sucks, but today we celebrate those we know and pray for a cure.
- Today is World Diabetes Day, a day set aside by the United Nations to create awareness on Diabetes. Let’s all protect our families. The rights of older persons to diabetes screening should be made available & accessible, especially in rural communities.
- It is estimated that persons with diabetes Mellitus have a 25% chance of developing a diabetic foot ulcer. Find out your risk and encourage your family to do the same.