23rd July 2014

Diabetes


Type 1 diabetes An uphill climb

Type 1 diabetes: An uphill climb

Professional snowboarder, Sean Busby, is urging others to take the T1D for a Day text challenge to find out what it's like to walk — or ride — a mile in someone else's shoes.

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Facts about fat

Facts about fat

Not all fats are created alike.  In fact, there are 6 types of fat — some should be avoided, while others are needed in small quantities to promote better health.

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The diabetic diet Healthy satisfying and nutritious

The diabetic diet: Healthy, satisfying and nutritious

Now, as much as ever, it is widely understood that what you eat determines how healthy you are. This is especially true for people with diabetes.

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Mr Diabetes goes the distance to raise awareness

Mr. Diabetes goes the distance to raise awareness

Andy Mandell, also known as “Mr. Diabetes,” talks about overcoming diabetic neuropathy and walking over 10,000 miles.

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A diabetic patient regains his footing

A diabetic patient regains his footing

Husband and father of two, James Price, was dealt a devastating blow when he was diagnosed with type-2 diabetes and a diabetic foot ulcer.

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All about wound care

All about wound care

Wound care specialist, Dr. Han Hulen, explains why diabetes patients must pay special attention to their feet.

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In the Thicke of it

In the Thicke of it

Actor and author, Alan Thicke, started his diabetes advocacy when his now adult son was first diagnosed at age four. He hasn’t stopped since.

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Diabetes etiquette for people who don t have diabetes
Diabetes etiquette for people who don’t have diabetes
The evolution of insulin pumps
The evolution of insulin pumps
Education Your most powerful weapon
Education: Your most powerful weapon
Steps closer to finding a cure
Steps closer to finding a cure
Ask our experts Living with diabetes
Ask our experts: Living with diabetes
Knowledge is power
Knowledge is power