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Life Shouldn't Be Too Sweet

Dr Rafidah Abdullah, Consultant Nephrologist, Hospital Putrajaya

18-Apr-24 07:45

Life Shouldn't Be Too Sweet

Malaysians have one of the highest rates of diabetes in Asia with our love of sugar. We speak to Dr Rafidah Abdullah, Consultant Nephrologist, Hospital Putrajaya on the consequences of unchecked sugar intake to our own wellbeing and the nation's healthcare system which is already stretched.

Image Credit: Shutterstock.com

Produced by: Irfan Mansor

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Shazana Mokhtar


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Categories:  health policywellnessmanaging disease

Tags:  high sugar intakekurang manisdiabetes awarenesshealth concerns





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