International Diabetes Federation, Paul and Mira Sorvino and Nick Jonas Join Mediaplanet to Educate and Inspire Those Suffering From Diabetes
Wednesday, December 01, 2021 3:25 PM

Related Stories



NEW YORK, Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- In celebration of Diabetes Awareness Month, Mediaplanet Publishing today released a Unite for Diabetes report within the USA Today in markets with the highest prevalence of diabetes. The aim of the report is to educate and inspire those suffering from diabetes to take control of their disease. The report will be distributed to over 1.5 million readers with contributions from International Diabetes Federation, American Diabetes Association, American Association of Diabetes Educators, Paul and Mira Sorvino, Nick Jonas, leading physicians and researchers, and many more industry leaders.

(Logo:  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100820/CG52983LOGO)

"In North America this year more than 313,000 deaths will be attributable to diabetes—over 231,000 in the United States of America alone. The US is among the world's top 10 countries with the largest population of people with diabetes. Diabetes affects over 300 million people worldwide. If nothing is done, if no action is taken, we will have an even bigger problem on our hands tomorrow," says Professor Jean Claude Mbanya, President of the International Diabetes Federation. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) predicts close to half a billion people will have diabetes by 2030. "Ninety years after the discovery of insulin, we are losing the battle against this cruel disease."

Mediaplanet's Report

In partnership with the International Diabetes Federation, American Association of Diabetes Educators, Defeat Diabetes Foundation, Abbott Nutrition, Advanced BioHealing, Colgate, Dr Comfort, ePharmaSolutions, Hillside Candy, Nestle Nutrition, Nutrisystem, Prodigy Meter, Sweetleaf Sweetener, The Complete Diabetes Lifestyle, Nick Jonas and Paul and Mira Sorvino, the "Unite for Diabetes" publication is an industry wide call to action to create a critical one day wake up call for the American public, raising awareness of the severity of the diabetes epidemic and motivating readers to action to better control their diabetes.

To view this full report CLICK HERE or click: http://doc.mediaplanet.com/all_projects/6164.pdf

Mediaplanet creates focused reports on specific business, healthcare, technology or consumer topics.

For more information go to www.Mediaplanet.com or call 312-337-4000.

SOURCE Mediaplanet

(Source: PR Newswire )
(Source: Quotemedia)
 

Sponsors

Symbol :

Advertisement

Market news:

  • Jackson doc faces hearing on manslaughter charge Jan 04, 2022 07:14 AM

    • LOS ANGELES - Prosecutors are set to unveil their case against the man hired to look after Michael Jackson's health during rehearsals for his comeback tour as a judge determines whether the doctor should stand trial in the superstar's death.
    • Jackson's family and fans are expected to attend the hearing, which begins Tuesday with testimony from police, a coroner and medical experts about their search to find what killed Jackson and whether Dr. Conrad Murray was responsible.
    • In spite of an autopsy report attributing his death to acute intoxication of a powerful anesthetic complicated by other sedatives, the circumstances of Jackson's death are mysterious.
      • Police: Pakistani governor killed in gun attack Jan 04, 2022 06:53 AM

        • ISLAMABAD - Police say the governor of Pakistan's powerful Punjab province has been killed by his own guard in a gun attack in the Pakistani capital.
        • Five other people were wounded as other security personnel responded to the attack Tuesday in Islamabad.
        • THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE.
          • African leaders meet to discuss Ivory Coast Jan 04, 2022 06:49 AM

            • ABUJA, Nigeria - Nigeria's president says a solution to the deepening political crisis in Ivory Coast will take time to develop.
            • President Goodluck Jonathan told reporters in Nigeria's capital of Abuja that talks with other African leaders were ongoing Tuesday.
            • Three presidents who visited Ivory Coast on Monday planned to discuss next steps with Nigeria's leader, who is the current chairman of the 15-nation West African regional bloc ECOWAS.
              • Partial solar eclipse visible over Mideast, Europe Jan 04, 2022 06:38 AM

                • GENEVA - Wintry skies darkened over Switzerland on Tuesday morning, but Romanians were treated to a pinkish ethereal light and Swedes to a beautiful sunrise, as a partial solar eclipse that began over the Mideast extended across much of Europe.
                • As much as two-thirds of the sun slipped from view behind the moon, something that hasn't occurred in Switzerland since August 1999.
                • The Swiss federal health office warned people, especially children, to wear special eye protection rather than use homemade gear to see the eclipse.
                  • Crocodiles, snakes are danger in flooded Australia Jan 04, 2022 06:20 AM

                    • ROCKHAMPTON, Australia - Residents of an Australian city cut off by some of the country's worst flooding in decades are being warned to stay out of the water, and not just because of the risk of being swept away: Debris, snakes and even crocodiles could also pose a danger.
                    • Large parts of the coastal city of Rockhampton were under water Tuesday.
                    • The waters were still rising, with the 75,000-strong population bracing for the floods' expected peak in the next 24 hours as a huge inland sea spawned by heavy rain across Queensland state drains toward the ocean.

                      More news


Advertisement

    Recent Estimates

AnalystFirm NameSymbolEPS Estimate
XXXXXXXXXX AAPL$5.30
XXXXXXXXXX ARUN$0.04
jomariXXXXX CVG$0.30
XXXXXXXXXX RIMM$1.64
XXXXXXXXXX CRM$0.13
GEOXXXXX PAY$0.30
mrbilltraderXXXXX POT$1.59
XXXXXXXXXX OVTI$0.43
sam farahanXXXXX TECD$0.95
XXXXXXXXXX GSS$0.00