Following a comprehensive medical survey conducted by the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Health and Public Health today, along with a great optimism, the 2018 International Diabetes Day will take place after the country's infection rate drops from 18.9 to 11.8 percent.
This achievement is a result of efforts by the healthcare sector in the country to deal with diseases, their causes, and early detection, along with major progress in the treatment methods used in all hospitals and health centers.
The UAE national agenda is aimed at enhancing the prophylactic aspect, reducing the level of morbidity, healthier life, and longevity of the country's people, such as diabetes and other diseases.
Development of the Ministry of Health and the Society is carried out by the UAE in accordance with the three main columns of the WTO, including the therapeutic capacity of medical staff, self-care and self-care tools for patients, supporting the initiatives of the Ministry and local health authorities.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has posted on its Web site website that diabetes has a global prevalence of adults over the age of 18, which warns of the risk of an increased diabetes mellitus with adult diabetes mellitus. , From 4.7% in 1980 to 8.5% in 2014.
According to statistics from the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), by the end of 2014, the number of people with diabetes in the world amounts to $ 422 million. Overdrinking, especially with the increase in obesity, as well as the spread of poor nutrition habits and weak activity, was a feature of the time.
The organization called for the implementation of policies and programs to reduce excessive and obesity in early childhood, encourage the use of breastmilk and proper foodstuffs, and to take preventive measures aimed at creating a social and physical environment that supports physical activity.
He emphasized the importance of developing policies and programs to ensure that the disease is accessible and accessible to all people who need important medicines such as insulin and diagnostics.
The organization has addressed national governments as a major reference point for preparing and responding to disease prevention and response plans for the preparation and maintenance of a special registry for the collection, analysis and use of diabetes in each country.
In WHO research, 80% of diabetes mellitus is infected in low and middle income countries. In 2012, about 1 million deaths from diabetes were reported for direct diabetes mellitus, with 2.2 million deaths. Sugar glucose level is high.
The ninth cause of death
Diabetes mellitus is the ninth major cause of death in the world, resulting in 2.1 million deaths a year.
As a result of the socio-economic situation, the prevention and early detection, diagnosis, treatment and care of diabetes mellitus and diabetes mellitus, especially in developing countries, are as follows: socio-economic inequalities are the main risk factors for women with diabetes mellitus, physical inactivity, malicious use of alcohol, as well as ten times more heart disease than women without diabetes mellitus type 2 diabetes mellitus.
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