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Advocates in Swaziland demand democratic reforms.

This article is republished with kind permission from our close friends at The Kaiser Family members Foundation. You will see the entire Kaiser Daily Health Plan Statement, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery of in-depth coverage of health policy developments, debates and discussions. The Kaiser Daily Wellness Policy Report is released for Kaisernetwork.org, a free services of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2008 Advisory Board Kaiser and Company Family members Foundation. All rights reserved.. Advocates in Swaziland demand democratic reforms, social spending to handle issues such as HIV/AIDS About 1,on Wednesday 000 people in the Swazi city of Manzini held a protest, calling for democratic reforms and increased social spending to address issues such as for example HIV/AIDS in the national country, Reuters Africa reports.Related StoriesDiabetes prevention begins in the wombStudy discovers high prevalence of dehydration in older people living in UK treatment homesBariatric surgery improves fat, metabolic quality and health of existence in adolescents after 3 years While diabetes has increased in the population dramatically, the investigators found that the proportion of instances of diabetes that are undiagnosed provides decreased. Currently, just 11 percent of diabetes cases in the U.S. Population are undiagnosed, suggesting major improvements in medical diagnosis and screening of diabetes during the last two decades. However, major challenges still exist despite improvements in screening and treatment for diabetes. The investigators found a greater prevalence of diabetes and pre-diabetes, particularly undiagnosed diabetes, in ethnic minorities weighed against whites.