World Diabetes Day: Why it is observed world over on November 14?

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Every year November 14 is observed as the World Diabetes Day. The day is to spread and raise awareness and to provide affordable care to all. Started in the year 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organisation (WHO), this day is observed all over the world. Diabetes is a term used for a condition when the body doesn’t produce enough insulin to meet the requirement or cells don’t respond properly to insulin. Diabetes is the general term used for conditions that lead to an increase in blood sugars. This happens when the pancreas is either unable to make sufficient amounts of insulin, or the insulin produced does not act properly. Simple lifestyle measures, diet control, and regular exercises can help you deal with Diabetes effectively. Plan your exercise schedule and maintain healthy blood sugar levels.

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