cities-in-20-pages

Briefingbook-banner

LATEST NEWS

  • _MG_8274

With a little help from our peers

|0 Comments

Can your peers help prevent type 2 diabetes? Henriette Curtz Jansen from Copenhagen municipality thinks so and shares how peer networks have been successful in Denmark.

  • Cities Changing Diabetes Summit 2015, CCD2015

When the city becomes the lab

|0 Comments

David Napier is Professor of Medical Anthropology at University College London and he is in charge of overseeing and supporting the research of the Cities Changing Diabetes programme. But unlike scientists in a lab studying molecules, Dr Napier's research focuses on the complexity of human behaviour and what better place to study this than in cities?

Cities Diabetes @citiesdiabetes
Why fighting diabetes starts in cities. #urbandiabetes https://t.co/pPLehzpIFy
Cities Diabetes @citiesdiabetes
Neighborhoods designed for walking may decrease the risk of overweight/obesity/diabetes by more than 10 percent https://t.co/lIMonkyaHU
Follow us on Twitter: @CitiesDiabetes

By 2035 half a billion people will have diabetes. Nearly two-thirds of all people with diabetes live in cities. Join the global fight against urban diabetes

#UrbanDiabetes

IN 75 SECONDS

IN 20 PAGES

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)