Diabetes is becoming more and more of an issue. Largely a self-managed disease, many of its complications can be avoided, or at least limited. But that requires proper education.
Thankfully, former professors Rita Malik, MD, and T.K. Malik, FRCS, have stepped up to the blackboard with their informative guide, Winning Over Diabetes. With more than thirty-five years of medical experience, the authors emphasize the importance of not only understanding the basics of how our bodies work, but also valuing the consequences and lasting effects of diabetes with proper seriousness.
Beginning with the basics of the disease and its history, including describing the different types of diabetes, the authors move on to describe the disease’s complications, using tables and illustrations to help explain the issues. After educating readers on what might be seen as “the bad news,” the authors transition into sharing “the good news”: how predisposed individuals can avoid the disease, and how current diabetics can better manage their disease and prevent serious complications. There are even home remedies and tasty Indian recipes included in the last few chapters.
Whether you or a loved one is dealing with diabetes, this comprehensive guide will set you on the path to beating diabetes.
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Prof. Rita Malik, MD, is a former professor of pathology. Prof. T.K. Malik, FRCS, is a former professor director and head of the department of surgery who trained in India and the United Kingdom. The Maliks have each practiced medicine for more than thirty-five years, and they are now both serving as social workers in India, providing free medical treatment to the poor.
To address the rising medical issue of diabetes, the Maliks coauthored Winning Over Diabetes: Let Our Children Not Have Diabetes, providing easy-to-understand information about the disease to help people prevent it, or at least limit its complications.
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