30 September 2016

Diabetes Training: New diabetes figures show lifestyle choices are to blame

Public Health England (PHE) has unveiled new figures showing almost 4m people in England have diabetes – highlighting the huge strain faced by the health and social care services as a result.


According to PHE, approximately 90% of diabetes cases are Type 2 and can be prevented through an adjustment in the way people live. Helping people to understand how lifestyle choices could impact their health later in life could prevent developing illnesses and diseases. Read the full news article here 


Do you work in health and social care and want to know more about the impact of diabetes? We offer training in Diabetes Awareness – find out more here

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