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The other adult patient does not know that diabetes has a problem,


Society | November 9, 2018, in the afternoon. 11:00

The second adult patient does not have diabetes, says the head of the Latvian Diabetes Federation (LDF), endocrinologist Indra Shelta.

Medicine has noted that there are more than 90,000 people suffering from diabetes in Latvia and that this disease affects many families. In addition, diabetes mellitus adds a lot of changes not only to the patient, but also to his daily relatives.

According to Hermann, this is why Diabetes and Family is the theme of World Diabetes Day this year. President of LDF, this year, would like to note the important role of the family in the federation for the treatment, care and prevention of diabetes.

"We urge all of us to check their health regularly and identify the risk of diabetes and test their family members," said Stelmane.

Celebrating World Diabetes Day The LDF invites you to an informational event at the Central Market in Riga Central Park, from 14:00 to 17 November, at Centerrairus 3, 3rd, 3rd k-3, next week.

During the event you will be able to identify your cholesterol free of charge and consult with experts to get vouchers to check free sugars.

The event also provides advice on endocrinology and diabetes prevention, diabetes prevention and treatment, nutrition and physical activity.

In its turn, the Association for Children and Youth Diabetes from Latvia will organize an event called "Health Diabetes – Save the Life!", Which will take place at Kalnciema iela 35, Kalnciems quarterly market from 10.00 to 16.00 on November 17. sweetening taste and creative retro-reflecting workshop.

According to the Latvian diabetes mall, Martha Lagzina, in November 2011, the society began a social campaign called "Strong Healthy Diabetes" in Latvia to focus on the spread of diabetes and increase public awareness.

He has three famous personalities, including Christina Garklava, Magnus Einsh and Edgars Bailns, a musician, an improvised theater actress, Nouris Brikmanis.

According to Luggin, participants in the experiment can survive and avoid the daily routine of diabetic patients, including diabetes mellitus, and, in many cases, by trying "to get their own skin" seriously impeding the behavior and behavior of the person, sometimes causes inaccuracies, and also presents health and life-threatening moments.

The start of the action will take place at Deep White office of the Communications Management Agency on November 14 at 11:00. The event provides statistics on the prevalence of diabetes in Latvia and gives practical advice to diabetics and peers, as well as describing patients experiencing diabetes and characterizing social experiments.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2001, 29,492 people with diabetes in Latvia were diagnosed with 91,751 in 2017.


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