If Singapore can turn the tide against diabetes, it would be a shining beacon amid a gloomy landscape.

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WHO is marking its annual World Health Day (April 7) by issuing a call for action on diabetes. Omada Health is among a number of innovative digital health startups working to beat the disease.

Co-founder & CEO, Omada Health

Over the past 50 years, global sugar consumption has more than tripled. Our infographic illustrates the worldwide reach of the sugar challenge today.

Sugar continues to generate headlines on both sides of the Atlantic. Here we present an analysis of recent events as part of our panel, "The Other Global Food Crisis," held this week at the World Economic Forum annual meeting.

Partner, Health & Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

Dr. Charles Alessi, a Senior Advisor to Public Health England, says recent research calls for a bold whole-systems approach to reducing sugar consumption.

Senior Advisor, Public Health England

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Individual sugar consumption is rising fastest in low- and middle-income nations, prompting governments around the globe to adopt a variety of regulations, food taxes, public-awareness campaigns, and advertising restrictions.

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Dr. Jeremy Lim, who heads Oliver Wyman's Health & Life Sciences Asia Pacific team, spoke earlier today at the Health, Business and Society Roundtable organized by ESSEC's Institute of Health Economics and Management Asia-Pacific. The roundtable event was held on the new Singapore campus of the France-based ESSEC Business School and focused on "Harnessing innovation for unmet needs in healthcare in Asia."

International healthcare experts gathered in London earlier today to share on-the-ground experiences of leading care model transformation. The International Care Models Conference was facilitated by Oliver Wyman in association with the UK’s Integrated Care Pioneer Programme, which develops innovative ways to coordinate care around people’s needs.

An international panel of experts shared perspectives at the 2015 World Economic Forum annual meeting on what the world has learned from Africa’s Ebola epidemic.

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More than 60 attendees gathered at Oliver Wyman's breakfast briefing early Wednesday morning in Davos, Switzerland, during the World Economic Forum annual meeting.

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