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Helping children live with diabetes

DIABETES does not only affect adults but young children too.

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Nutrition helps diabetes

Here’s something to get our attention – diabetes numbers are getting scary high.

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‘M’sians not bothered about diabetes’

PETALING JAYA: Des­pite a rise in the incidence of type 2 diabetes, many Malaysians remain apathetic when it comes to taking care of their health, said the executive chairman of the National Diabetes Institute.

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Group: Close food outlets by midnight to check diabetes

PETALING JAYA: The Government must take an aggressive approach by ordering all food outlets to close by midnight to fight the growing incidence of diabetes in the country.

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KL Tower show support to combat diabetes

ONCE again, KL Tower is lit up in blue, signifying the fight against diabetes.

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Run to raise awareness about diabetes attracts 2,800 participants

THE World Diabetes Day 5km walkathon and 10km fun run kicked off recently with over 2,800 running enthusiasts of all ages turning up for the event held at Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur.

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Living healthy beats diabetes

IN conjunction with World Diabetes Day 2012, Sau Seng Lum Diabetes Care Centre organised a 5km Fun Walk with the theme “Just Sugar. Why Let It Beat You”.

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The young and old take part in cycling event to raise awareness on diabetes

IT WAS quite a sight to see hundreds of cyclists hitting the streets in Putrajaya recently during the Putrajaya Cycle to Change Diabetes campaign.

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Preventing diabetes: It's all about a healthy lifestyle and moderation

PETALING JAYA: As World Diabetes Day on Thursday approaches, here's how Malaysians can lead a healthy, diabetes-free life.

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Early closure of eateries won’t reduce diabetes cases, say academics

KUALA LUMPUR: Ordering all food outlets to close by midnight is not the solution to tackling the growing incidence of diabetes in this country, according to academics.