World Diabetes Day, observed on November 14th, aims to raise global awareness about diabetes. Initiated by the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization, it highlights the importance of diabetes prevention, treatment, and care. The day serves to educate and advocate for better access to healthcare, medication, and support for those affected by diabetes worldwide. Through campaigns, events, and activities, it seeks to address the growing concerns around diabetes, promoting a healthier future and reducing the impact of this chronic condition on individuals and communities globally. Here are a few myths about diabetes you need to stop believing right now.