Diabetes tests in America fall by 65 per cent amid COVID-19

Diabetes tests which are critical for “preventive care” have fallen by 65% in America amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report has shown. In addition, cervical cancer screenings are down by 68% and cholesterol assessments have also dropped by 67%. The findings have been collected by Komodo Health, a US organisation which has a large medical claims database. The company’s Chief Executive Dr Arif Nathoo said: “We’re seeing a tremendous impact on preventative care. It speaks volumes as to how much COVID is impacting everyone’s health and wellness.” The report also shows a clear pattern that health screenings have reduced the most in areas that have been hit the hardest by coronavirus, such as Manhattan in New York where HbA1c diabetes tests have fallen by more than 90%.

Diabetes Screening at The Barber Shop Maybe Beneficial For African Americans

It turns out that getting a hair cut maybe a good time for African Americans to also get a blood glucose screening, according to a new study.

Granular map of US shows life expectancy, diabetes in pieces

Back in 2009, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) ranked the US 25th out of its 30 member countries for life expectancy. The low ranking raised eyebrows because per capita healthcare spending by Americans was more than twice the average rate in the countries evaluated in the report.

20 Countries With The Highest Diabetes Rates

Today, virtually all countries, irrespective of their epidemiological, economic developmental, and demographical variability, are being faced with an increasing burden of non-communicable disease, including diabetes.

Việt Nam in the fight against diabetes

Viet Nam News  Frederik Kier, the Senior Vice President of Novo Nordisk – a global healthcare company with headquarters in Denmark – is on a visit to Viet Nam to gain insight into the local fights against diabetes.

Vietnamese tea wins “Teas of the World” awards

Viet Nam News PARIS — The saviour of Vietnamese tea has won hearts at the first International Gourmet Tea Competition “Teas of the World” recently held by the Agency for the Valorisation of Agricultural Products (AVPA) in Paris, France.

English tea tradition

Tea had become established as the fashionable drink of the European upper-classes and this trend was to be introduced to Britain when, in 1662 the Portuguese princess, Catherine of Braganza, was married to the British King, Charles II. Catherine had established tea as her preferred temperance drink and thus created a social acceptance amongst the aristocracy and made tea an 'en vogue' choice in the Royal Court.

The farmers's peaceful countryside and Mudaru forest bitter melon products

I was born in Vietnam. I grew up in the poor countryside, my parents are farmers work hard.Ever since I was a child, I have seen the prosperous life of farmers.

Forest Bitter Melon with 100% natural

In our lives today, we are surrounded with chemicals and artificial or synthetic products that are harmful to our body. We are so busy in our lives that our connection with the nature seems lost.

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