Safer fasting during Ramadan

The fanoos (Arabic for lantern) is used as a decorative item during Ramadan.
A small pharmacy-led study has found that Muslims with type 2 diabetes can manage their blood sugar better during Ramadan in partnership with healthcare providers The study, led by the National University of Singapore’s Department of Pharmacy and published in the Annals of Family Medicine, involved a tool called FAST, or “Fasting Algorithm for Singaporeans

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