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May 16, 2021
  • Type-2 Diabetes Prevention Week

    May 10, 2021 - May 16, 2021  
    United Kingdom

    Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Week is taking place from Monday 10th May to Sunday 16th May this year. Diabetes UK joins Public Health England and NHS England as proud campaign partners for this annual awareness week.

    This year’s Prevention Week campaign will be based around online resources and a digital toolkit will be available in the coming weeks. https://www.diabetes.org.uk/get_involved/diabetes-prevention-week

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June 8, 2021
  • Diabetes Week

    June 8, 2021 - June 13, 2021  
    United Kingdom

    Diabetes U.K.organizes Diabetes Week. The charity has a long history of campaigning; it wasfounded in 1934 by the writer H.G.Wells and Dr. R.D. Lawrence, who werethemselves diabetics. The week is all about creating awareness of the conditionand encouraging people to share their experiences of living with diabetes. Manyother groups and organizations take part in diabetes week, hosting a widevariety of informative and fund raising events.https://www.diabetes.org.uk/get_involved/diabetes-week

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June 14, 2021
  • International Men's Health Week

    June 14, 2021 - June 20, 2021  
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    On the 15th-21st June the worldcelebrates Men’s Health Week. This is a time to bring awareness to healthissues that affect men disproportionately and focuses on getting men to becomeaware of problems they may have or could develop, and gain the courage to dosomething about it.

     

    Last year the focus was on Diabetesin men. This is a disease that becomes present in men much more than women, andcan develop complications in male bodies at a higher rate than in females. Thismeans men are more likely to have to have amputations and in the worst cases,die in higher numbers than women. While much work has been done in thediagnosis and fight against Diabetes, awareness is the most important thing.The more people are aware of it, the more likely they are to make healthychanges and stop or delay the onset of diabetes.https://gamh.org/mens-health-week/

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