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Diabetes awareness at Cinnamon Grand Colombo


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An awareness session on diabetes, its common causes and risk factors was held for Cinnamon Grand Associates on 30 May at the Ivy Room, to bring attention to the disease and what can be done to prevent it. An initiative of the Compliance, Health and Safety department, the session’s keynote presentation was delivered by National Diabetes Centre Deputy Medical Director Dr. Chamari Waranapura. She addressed the audience of over 150 associates on the importance of being informed and taking early precautions. A free medical check-up was also available after the session for associates to find out if they were at risk of the disease.

 


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