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DHA, Emirates Diabetes Society back ninth ’Beat Diabetes Walk’
November 11, 2017
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DUBAI: The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and the Emirates Diabetes Society (EDS) have partnered with Dubai-based retail and hospitality conglomerate Landmark Group, for the ninth Beat Diabetes Walk to be held on November 24 at Dubai Creek Park.

The Beat Diabetes Walk has been an annual feature of the Dubai fitness calendar, with thousands of Dubai residents coming forward to show their support for the cause.

Speaking on the association with the Landmark Group, Dr. Fatheya Al Awadi, Consultant Endocrinologist and Head of the Endocrine Department, Dubai Hospital, and Chairperson, Diabetes Combat and Control Committee, DHA, said, “A better quality of life starts with a positive mindset.”

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