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Bahrain: Supreme Council of Health organizes World Diabetes Day at Delmonia Complex

Under the patronage of His Excellency the Chairman of the Supreme Council of Health and in the presence of His Excellency Minister of Health, the opening of the event of World Diabetes Day was organized at the Delmonia Complex.

Under the patronage of His Excellency the Chairman of the Supreme Council of Health and in the presence of His Excellency Minister of Health, the opening of the event of World Diabetes Day was organized at the Delmonia Complex.

During the Event Chairman of the Supreme Council of Health, Bahrain, laid out plans to reduce diabetes by implementing preventive and therapeutic initiatives and providing comprehensive health services.

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The Minister of Health added that authorities need to raise awareness of diabetes and ways to prevent its complications.

His Excellency Doctor Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Health, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Diabetes Association Bahrain, confirmed that the Kingdom of Bahrain takes great interest in promoting public health in the community primarily by increasing awareness and education on the most widespread diseases and Among them diabetes, and Access to all preventive services Treatment and promotion, in line with the ways of sustainable development in the field of healthcare, along with taking all necessary measures and measures to reduce it.

His Excellency pointed out that rates of diabetes have doubled globally in the past few years, with statistics from International Diabetes indicating that more than 537 million people currently live with diabetes, and most of these cases are Type Two, and highly preventable Through physical activity and diet balanced health.

This came at the opening of the event of World Diabetes Day, which is being held under the patronage of His Excellency the team, Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Health, and in the presence of Dr Jalila’s daughter of Al-Jawad Hassan, Minister of Health, organized by the Ministry of Health in cooperation with Al-M Governorate Burning and the Bahraini Diabetes Association this evening at Delmonia Complex Under the slogan “Access to diabetic care.. If not now, then when?

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