This November, we have organized a series of complimentary screenings in honor of Diabetes Awareness Month, underscoring the significance of early detection and effective management. Don't miss out on this opportunity to take control of your well-being.
This November, we have organized a series of complimentary screenings in honor of Diabetes Awareness Month, underscoring the significance of early detection and effective management.
Participating in these free screenings can make a significant difference in your diabetes management, promoting better health and reducing the risk of complications.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to take control of your well-being.
Are you concerned about your risk of diabetes or prediabetes? The Bermuda Diabetes Association invites you to take a proactive step towards a healthier future.
Did you know that 1 in 3 people in Bermuda has prediabetes, and a staggering 84% of people are unaware of their condition?
It's never been easier to assess your risk and make informed choices about your well-being. This month we are offering FREE HbA1c tests, a vital tool in understanding your diabetes risk, and it only takes 15 minutes of your time.
Don't wait to take control of your health. Early detection and proactive management are key to living a healthier life.
Join us intaking action against diabetes and prediabetes.
The importance of proper foot care for people with diabetes cannot be overstated. Diabetes can affect your feet in various ways, making regular foot screenings a vital part of managing your health.
To highlight this importance, experts from Atlantic Podiatry are offering free foot screenings on November 14th. Dr. Matt Francis will assess your feet, provide guidance on maintaining good foot health, and answer any questions you may have.
Join this initiative to ensure your feet receive the attention and care they need.
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) means that the kidneys are damaged and are not working as well as they used to, either due to being diseased or damaged in some way or aging. Early detection and treatment can slow down or stop the progression and prevent the development of complications. Screening is important because the symptoms associated with kidney disease typically only occur at the more advanced stages of the disease.
If you have any of the health conditions noted below, having your kidneys screened can help you identify whether you are at risk.
A range of conditions can cause kidney disease –
· High Blood Pressure(hypertension),
· Cardiovascular disease
· Previous episode of acute kidney injury
· Family history of kidney disease
Join us on December 5th for a FREE Chronic Kidney Disease Screening.
New CKD screenings will also be scheduled for 2024. If you are interested in being notified when additional screening dates become available, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 297-8427 and ask for Nikeisha Tucker DeChabert.
Chronic Kidney Disease often develops silently. Detecting it in its early stages can make a significant difference in your health and quality of life.
🔹 A quick, 20-minute screening session
🔹 Friendly and knowledgeable healthcare professionals
🔹 Peace of mind and a proactive step towards better health
Date: November 30th
Time: All day
Location: 22 Princess Street
Don't wait until it's too late – book your appointment now! Our caring team is here to support you on your journey to better kidney health.
Participating in these free screenings during November can make a significant difference in your diabetes management, promoting better health and reducing the risk of complications. Don't miss out on this opportunity to take control of your well-being.