Supporting Someone with Diabetes – Do’s & Don’ts

Posted on December 20, 2015 with 2 comments

“I have Diabetes” Utter these three words and you will invite lots of reactions from people around you – Friends, acquaintances and even close family members: “Do you have type 2 or the other kind? Do you have to take insulin injections?” “You should lose the weight; sure it’ll go away.” “So does that mean […]

Organized Diabetes Care – ADCPL makes the difference!

Posted on December 5, 2015 with 0 comments

When an individual is living with Diabetes, the body suffers from a slow and steady impact of the disease. Therefore, The complications of Diabetes affecting Heart, Kidneys, Feet and Eyes in turn cause alarming health hazards. As a chronic disease, Diabetes needs a chronic attention. Control of blood sugar levels is important however is not […]

Did you test yourself for Diabetes?

Posted on November 1, 2015 with 0 comments

Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases in the world. Many a times, Diabetes remains undetected. In India, it is estimated that nearly 40 million have diabetes – one of the highest number of diabetics in any one country in the entire world.Recent studies have proven that in India, diabetes is also beginning to appear […]

Let us celebrate Diwali sans Diabetes!

Posted on October 31, 2015 with 0 comments

November 14 is celebrated every year as ‘World Diabetes Day’. This year, coinciding with Diwali, ADCPL has taken advanced steps towards preventing Diabetes. ADCPL has planned a week full of activities to build the awareness about Diabetes and its various complications.Special Care & Guidance – November 1 – November 7, 2015 Diabetes Awareness Drive & […]

Committed to taking the diabetes pandemic head-on

Posted on October 20, 2015 with 0 comments

Management of diabetes is far more complex than it meets the eyes.  Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases in the world. By 2025, more than 300 million people across the world are expected to be afflicted with Diabetes. In India alone, more than 50 million people suffer from diabetes. The numbers are expected to […]