World Diabetes Day 2023 | Diabetes Interventions from Unique Health

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World Diabetes Day was established in 1991 to create awareness about the growing concerns around the escalating threat posed by Diabetes. The day is annually marked for 14 November, the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who discovered insulin along with Charles Best back in 1922.

With the current theme of “Access to Diabetes Care”, Unique Health value human dignity and quality of life, and we apply best practice to ensure optimal positive outcomes to restore and sustain health and independence. From Chronic Disease Management to Wellness Testing and Assisted Lifestyle Interventions, Unique Health can assist both private individuals and businesses to deepen their awareness of the condition and aid their journey to greater health and an overall better quality of life … after all your care is our passion.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) have created some wonderful infographics, shared here for your benefit and knowledge, as well as a link to an online tool that can provide information to identify of your risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

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Knowledge is power - Know your Risk! Click this WHO Link Here!


The IDF online type 2 diabetes risk assessment is not a diagnostic tool. It is designed for people without a current diagnosis of diabetes and is intended to highlight a person’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes within the next 10 years. The results are not medical advice. If you are at risk or concerned about diabetes, we advise visiting a healthcare professional for further information.

For more information, please visit the WHO’s page on World Diabetes Day, and if you are need of nurses to provide nursing intervention, be it at a company, home or within a frail care facility, contact us on the following details: