Most of us have to work to survive simply because “money doesn’t grow on trees”. There are always bills to pay, and let’s face it living with diabetes isn’t cheap, on average…
People with diabetes have more than twice the
medical expenses compared to those without diabetes.
Prioritising work leads to changes in meals (sometimes
skipping altogether), reduced glucose monitoring,
forgetting injectable and/or oral medication doses.
People with diabetes are 2-3 times more likely to be
absent for sickness than the average population?
Productivity in the workplace decreases the longer
a person has been diagnosed with diabetes?
How does the workplace environment influence
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