The Australian Diabetes Council is quite concerned these days, as diabetes and cardiovascular disease is on rise in some parts of the Hunter. If more new cases will be noticed then there are chances that Australians have to pay a heavy price.
There are chances that diabetes and cardiovascular disease are strongly inter linked and authorities concerned are investigating to know the link. Nicola Stokes, who is the CEO of the Australian Diabetes Council, informed that as per the infection rate, they have prepared a list of most hard hit places.
Broken Hill is at the top in the New South Wales and then comes Port Stephens, Lake Macquarie and Cessnock in Hunter. All the three places have been hard hit by the diseases in Hunter.
Seeing such a rise in the number, Stokes has said that by adopting some of the measures, people can prevent themselves from getting ill. Some of the ways are having home cooked meal and leading an active life and consulting doctor at the time when one feels problem in blood pressure and digestion level.
Quitting smoking and reduce weight from midriff is equally important, said Stokes. "It is about governments taking responsibility for the health outcomes of all the decisions they make", further affirmed Stokes.
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