An effortless way to monitor blood glucose levels for diabetics

It is essential for children with diabetes to control their blood glucose levels well from young in order to avoid the many complications of the disease when they grow older. — Pexels

There is growing and concerning data that diabetes among younger people in Malaysia is on the rise.

According to the latest Malaysian Diabetes in Children and Adolescents Registry (DiCARE) 2006-2008 report, 71.8% of children under the age of 20 years with diabetes mellitus had type 1 diabetes (T1D).

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