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On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses

On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses

On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses

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On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses https://t.co/mnAa5xeWF3

On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses https://t.co/mnAa5xeWF3

On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses https://t.co/mnAa5xeWF3

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On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses

On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses

On this World Health Day lets salute unsung heroes for their tireless efforts during Covid -19. #Cliantha #Worldhealthday #Corona #medicalfraternity #doctors #Nurses

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Today is World Health Day, and the theme this year is Beat Diabetes. Diabetes - a largely preventable and treatable non-communicable disease that is rapidly increasing in numbers in many countries, most dramatically in low- and middle-income countries. Simple lifestyle measures have been shown to be effective in preventing or delaying the onset of type 2 diabetes, including maintaining normal body weight, engaging in regular physical activity, and eating a healthy diet. Diabetes can be controlled and managed to prevent complications through diagnosis, self-management education, and affordable treatment. Halt the rise More and more people are getting diabetes around the world. The increase is in great part driven by rising levels of overweight and obesity and physical inactivity, including among children. Eat healthy A healthy diet high in fruits and vegetables and low in sugar and saturated fats can help prevent Type 2 diabetes, and also help people to manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes if they have it. Be active Being physically active – through at least 30 minutes of regular, moderate-intensity activity on most days – can help prevent Type 2 diabetes and its complications, as well as help people to better manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes if they have it. If in doubt, check! Symptoms for diabetes include thirst, hunger, weight loss, fatigue and blurred vision. However, many people who have diabetes do not have symptoms. If people think they might have the disease, consulting a health-care professional is recommended. Follow medical advise A range of treatments exists to manage diabetes and control blood glucose, including through eating healthy, being active, taking prescribed medication, controlling blood pressure, and avoiding tobacco use. People with diabetes can live well if they follow a treatment plan developed together with their health-care provider. #WHO #WorldHealthDay2016

Today is World Health Day, and the theme this year is Beat Diabetes. Diabetes - a largely preventable and treatable non-communicable disease that is rapidly increasing in numbers in many countries, most dramatically in low- and middle-income countries. Simple lifestyle measures have been shown to be effective in preventing or delaying the onset of type 2 diabetes, including maintaining normal body weight, engaging in regular physical activity, and eating a healthy diet. Diabetes can be controlled and managed to prevent complications through diagnosis, self-management education, and affordable treatment. Halt the rise More and more people are getting diabetes around the world. The increase is in great part driven by rising levels of overweight and obesity and physical inactivity, including among children. Eat healthy A healthy diet high in fruits and vegetables and low in sugar and saturated fats can help prevent Type 2 diabetes, and also help people to manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes if they have it. Be active Being physically active – through at least 30 minutes of regular, moderate-intensity activity on most days – can help prevent Type 2 diabetes and its complications, as well as help people to better manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes if they have it. If in doubt, check! Symptoms for diabetes include thirst, hunger, weight loss, fatigue and blurred vision. However, many people who have diabetes do not have symptoms. If people think they might have the disease, consulting a health-care professional is recommended. Follow medical advise A range of treatments exists to manage diabetes and control blood glucose, including through eating healthy, being active, taking prescribed medication, controlling blood pressure, and avoiding tobacco use. People with diabetes can live well if they follow a treatment plan developed together with their health-care provider. #WHO #WorldHealthDay2016

Today is World Health Day, and the theme this year is Beat Diabetes. Diabetes - a largely preventable and treatable non-communicable disease that is rapidly increasing in numbers in many countries, most dramatically in low- and middle-income countries. Simple lifestyle measures have been shown to be effective in preventing or delaying the onset of type 2 diabetes, including maintaining normal body weight, engaging in regular physical activity, and eating a healthy diet. Diabetes can be controlled and managed to prevent complications through diagnosis, self-management education, and affordable treatment. Halt the rise More and more people are getting diabetes around the world. The increase is in great part driven by rising levels of overweight and obesity and physical inactivity, including among children. Eat healthy A healthy diet high in fruits and vegetables and low in sugar and saturated fats can help prevent Type 2 diabetes, and also help people to manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes if they have it. Be active Being physically active – through at least 30 minutes of regular, moderate-intensity activity on most days – can help prevent Type 2 diabetes and its complications, as well as help people to better manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes if they have it. If in doubt, check! Symptoms for diabetes include thirst, hunger, weight loss, fatigue and blurred vision. However, many people who have diabetes do not have symptoms. If people think they might have the disease, consulting a health-care professional is recommended. Follow medical advise A range of treatments exists to manage diabetes and control blood glucose, including through eating healthy, being active, taking prescribed medication, controlling blood pressure, and avoiding tobacco use. People with diabetes can live well if they follow a treatment plan developed together with their health-care provider. #WHO #WorldHealthDay2016

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Today is World Health Day, and this year's theme is food safety. Under the the slogan "From farm to plate, make food safe", WHO this year wants to highlight the challenges associated with food safety. #WHO #WorldHealthDay #FoodSafety

Today is World Health Day, and this year's theme is food safety. Under the the slogan "From farm to plate, make food safe", WHO this year wants to highlight the challenges associated with food safety. #WHO #WorldHealthDay #FoodSafety

Today is World Health Day, and this year's theme is food safety. Under the the slogan "From farm to plate, make food safe", WHO this year wants to highlight the challenges associated with food safety. #WHO #WorldHealthDay #FoodSafety

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