On November 14, World Diabetes Day is celebrated, and Santa Cruz is not indifferent, as the Department of Reproductive Health Program of the United States Department of Health will conduct a campaign to teach people how to deal with this disease.
Events will be held in 15 medical centers in the capital of Santa Cruz from 16 to today. Yesterday, the Japanese hospital changed their blood glucose levels (blood sugar levels), height and height, and they aimed to prevent this disease, which is known to millions of people in the world, and half of them do not suffer from them.
On November 12, the campaign will be held at the Bermuds Medical Center; Tuesday, 13th, Fortaleza, Juana Azurduy and Sagrada Familia; On March 14th at the Irala Avenue National Health Center, San Juan de Dios, Mother Pierce Boland, Red Cross, Victor Gujou Cacao, Che Guevara, Villa Cochabamba (Walk) and Divino Nino (Zumba); Finally, on Friday 16th place was taken oncology.
Motto: Diabetes mellitus and family
This year's World Diabetes Day is a slogan: diabetes and the family to unite families in the world of patients with this disease.
Angelica Fierro, responsible for the noninfectious diseases program in Santa Cruz, says 10 to 15 percent of the population is suffering from diabetes, and obesity accounts for 36 percent of the population, 26 percent of the population and arterial hypertension, up to 22 percent.
According to a study of risk factors from 2013 to 2017, there are more populations, as only 20% of them are engaged in some physical activity and no more.