Diabetes and other lifestyle diseases are ultimately, as their common name implies are the products of the way we live..our lifestyles.
The huge rise in the frequency of these diseases in PNG coinsides with the rapid and dramatic change in the way we live as compared to the way our forefathers and mothers lived.
Knowledge of these changes is important and we need to couple or marry this knowledge with appropriate adjustment in our individual lives as well as in communities in order to curb the rise of these diseases and the social and economic strain they are already putting on our country.
The modern lifestyle is so full of stress and modern social pressures which at times for a lot of people make living a ‘healthy lifestyle’ very difficult.
No body is immune to these pressures, even a lot of health professionals including doctors smoke, drink excessive alcohol, become…
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