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Malawi: Lessons From a Diabetes Clinic in Malawi – Why Everyone Should Follow a Healthy Diet


[The Conversation Africa] Diabetes mellitus is common in Malawi: over 268,000 adults live with the disease, and the number is expected to double in the next 20 years. It’s a noncommunicable disease which occurs when the body can’t turn food into energy properly.

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