Healthcare company Brighter has partnered with Sanmina to produce the first generation of Actiste, a connected diabetes device that allows users to monitor blood sugar, inject insulin and log blood sugar levels and insulin doses in a single devi
The Middle East suffers from the highest rate of diabetes in the world, affecting nearly 43 million people, and this is causing a rise in incidence of diabetes-related illness, health experts have warned.
The prevalence of the disease h
UAE’s Ministry of Health and Prevention has partnered with healthcare provider Sanofi for an initiative to improve physicians and nurses’ capabilities in providing standardised treatment for diabetes patients.
An education and support programme named ‘Circle of Care’ has been launched in the UAE, aimed to improve the well-being of people living with, or at risk of developing, type 2 diabetes.
It was launched by the UAE ministry of
The number of adults with diabetes has quadrupled worldwide in under four decades to 422 million, and the condition is fast becoming a major problem in poorer countries, a World Health Organization study showed.
In one of the larg
The ever increasing challenges and recent advances in the management of diabetes will be discussed at an international event that began today (February 4) in Dubai, UAE.
The sixth Emirates Diabetes and Endocrin
The number of dialysis water testing in the UAE has been increasing over the years, a trend that is attributed to the growth in the number of kidney disease and diabetes patients, said a report.
Prime Certification and Inspection,
Nahdi, a major retail pharmacy chain in the Middle East and North Africa, presented the success story of its diabetes education and awareness programme “Ya Ana Ya Al Sukkary” at the World Diabetes Congress (WDC), held in Vancouver, C
Saudi pharmaceutical retailer Nahdi has expanded its lifestyle programme to the rest of the community, encouraging citizens to lead a balanced lifestyle through healthy nutrition, sports and general wellness.
The Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel Dubai team joined more than 17,000 residents last week to take part in the seventh annual Beat Diabetes Walk in the emirate.
The event was held at Zabeel Park and was organised by