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Ramadan health tips

Worshippers at Birmingham's Central Jamia Masjid Lozells mosque will be invited to take part in a special health session today designed to help them stay healthy during the holy month of Ramadan.

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Advice given on how to stay healthy during Ramadan

Worshippers are invited to have health tests today

Worshippers at Birmingham's Central Jamia Masjid Lozells mosque are invited to take part in a special health session today designed to help them stay healthy during the holy month of Ramadan.

The mobile unit is equipped to do health checks on people on site

South Asians are six times more likely to have type two diabetes than caucasians. Type two diabetics who go without food are much more likely to suffer severe hypoglycaemia.

Fasting during the holy month of Ramadan could be fatal for those suffering with diabetes

Add the holy month of Ramadan into that equation, when Muslims fast from dawn til dusk, and the results could be deadly.

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