Know your risks for diabetes and manage them

TODAY is World Diabetes Day, which is marked annually to raise awareness about the growing health threat posed by this disease.

Type 2 diabetes and its complications can be delayed or prevented. This requires us first to know our risks and what to do to support prevention, early diagnosis, and timely treatment. However, the statistics are not encouraging. The latest National Health and Morbidity Survey (2019) reported that 18.3%, or a staggering 3.8 million, of adults in Malaysia were living with diabetes. Even more worrying, almost half of them were unaware of their condition.

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