More than 30 per cent of Bahrain's children could be at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes due to poor diet and lack of exercise, according to a study.
The preliminary results of a local study were announced yesterday (January 22) at the R
Schools, neighbourhoods and clubs across Bahrain will be targeted by a nationwide campaign that aims to combat diabetes among children.
The BD45,000 ($119,400) project is being spearheaded and funded by the Rotary Club of Manama in collabo
A BD40,000 ($106,000) initiative to screen 35,000 children in Bahrain for type two diabetes has been launched by the Rotary Club of Manama.
The project includes designing, equipping and staffing a mobile unit to travel around schools and v
Rotary Clubs in the Middle East and other parts of the world will accept applications in January for the 2011-2013 class of Rotary World Peace Fellows.
Launched in 2002, the programme is aimed at helping the next generation of government o