World Diabetes Day
As part of activities to mark World Diabetes Day, the Olusegun Obasanjo Foundation (OOF) has flagged off a free diabetes screening campaign for 10 million Nigerians across the country.
Ahead of World Diabetes Day (WDD), November 14, medical experts have alerted to rise in diabetes cases and complications.
As the world, today, marks the World Diabetes Day (WDD), experts are worried that no fewer than six million Nigerians - one in ten adults - are living with diabetes, even as the numbers are expected to double by 2030...
Ahead of World Diabetes Day (WDD) on November 14, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), yesterday, said an estimated 24 million people are living with diabetes in Africa...
16 Nov 2017
The Medical Director of Isolo General Hospital, Dr. Akhaboa Godwin, has stressed the need for regular exercise and medical checkup to prevent and reduce the effect of diabetes.
12 Nov 2017
Dr. Isiavwe, an endocrinologist, said the theme should be of particular interest to Nigerians because the country has one of the highest numbers of persons living with diabetes in Africa.