World Diabetes Day, know what is its history?


World Diabetes Day is celebrated all over the world on 14 November. The main objective of celebrating this day is to increase awareness about diabetes among people. At present, there is a serious problem of ‘Diabetes’. Patients with diabetes are less found in rural populations than urban populations because there is a difference in food intake.

To prevent this disease, not only awareness but also lifestyle changes are important. Diabetes patients are more likely to be seen in cities due to irregular eating habits and less physical activity.

It is worth noting that the IDF, the International Diabetes Federation, chooses a theme for World Diabetes Day every year, and their main focus for 2021 is “Access to Diabetes Care: If Not Now, so when? ” Is.


History of World Diabetes Day
World Diabetes Day is celebrated every year on 14 November as the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who discovered insulin along with Charles Best in 1922. World Diabetes Day was celebrated in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization in view of the growing concerns about the disease and to spread awareness about it. Since then it is celebrated every year. Every year there is a different theme for it.