Diabetes burnout is a state in which someone with diabetes grows tired of managing their condition and then simply ignores it for a period or time, or worse, forever.
Many of the diseases affecting Bahamians are silent killers that affect you before you feel anything wrong. That’s why knowing your health numbers today is much better than waiting to see the doctor after you’re sick.
Cleo Thompson is the winner of the $100 cash prize drawing for providing her feedback on the June ZOOM In On Diabetes meeting.
ACE Diabetes is excited to launch its first Zoom meeting entitled Diabetes 101 on Tuesday, May 18th at 6:30pm. The one-hour Zoom session will focus on “Living Well with Type 2 Diabetes”.
ACE Diabetes is launching an awareness campaign in collaboration with BAF Financial & Insurance (Bahamas) Limited, and Cash N’ Go. The objective of the campaign is to expand and reinforce awareness of the connection between diabetes and other health conditions, whilst educating, and encouraging people to take a more active role when it comes to…
ACE Diabetes thanks all sponsors, vendors, contributors, participants, volunteers and attendees. The expo was a spectacular success. Watch this space for photos and video of the event. Soon to come!
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Some of the sponsors and contributors behind the ACE Diabetes Health Expo have a message for you!
ACE Diabetes will host its 4th Health Expo Saturday November 30th from 10am to 2pm at the Baha Mar Convention Center. The event is free and open to everyone! The theme is “Know Your Numbers” – Why do the numbers matter? Because an alarming number of Bahamians are living with diabetes and an alarming number don’t even know they have it. Knowing your health numbers is the starting point to taking control of your health!