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RSS Diabetes UK
  • 5 general tips to stick to keep your sensor secured 7th August 2019
    Sensors can be a sticky subject for some people with diabetes. As wondrous as modern technology is, sometimes sensors can come off, and there can be any number of reasons for this. Ultimately though staying away from door frames has never been more important! Whether you use the FreeStyle Libre, Dexcom G6 or another type […]
  • 7 tips to improve your HbA1c 5th August 2019
    Having a good HbA1c means that, generally, your average blood sugar levels are lower. This is positive for several reasons, one reason being that good HbA1c control helps to reduce your risk of complications in later life. For most people with type 2 diabetes or type 1 diabetes, the HbA1c target recommended by NICE, or […]
RSS Diabetes Daily
  • Crock Pot Tacos with Slow Cooker Ground Beef 17th September 2019
    This content originally appeared on Low Carb Yum. Republished with permission.Tacos taste best when they have time to simmer. Like many cooked dishes, the longer the meat simmers, the better the taste. And no one wants to stand over the stove for a long time cooking. With this slow cooker taco meat recipe, you simply […]
  • STUDY: CGM Use More Beneficial for Glycemic Control than Insulin Pump Use 17th September 2019
    It is generally well-accepted that diabetes technology use can help people with diabetes optimize their glycemic control. In fact, our first-ever survey study also supported this notion, showing that those with a lower A1c level were more likely to make use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM)  or insulin pump technology. Now, a new study published […]
RSS Endocrine Diseases
RSS The Diabetes Times
  • Meeting three treatment targets could save NHS £727m 29th August 2019
    Healthcare professionals are being urged to help people with type 2 diabetes to meet their three treatment targets as it could save the NHS more than £727 million across a decade.   The study, supported from the Nuffield Department of Population Health at the University of Oxford and Diabetes UK, showed that those who met their […]
RSS Joslin Diabetes Center
RSS Childrens Diabetes Foundation
  • Mario Lopez Latest Star to Join the Children’s Diabetes Foundation at This Year’s Carousel Ball 17th September 2019
    Annual Ball Raises Funds for Patient Support and Research for Type 1 Diabetes DENVER, Colo. – Two-time Emmy-winning television host Mario Lopez will be the celebrity emcee for The Carousel Ball in Denver on October 19, 2019. He joins featured performer Reba McEntire in an effort to raise funds for patient support, awareness, and research... […]
  • Fighting Every Day 14th September 2019
    My name is Joleigh, and I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes on September 14, 2015. Being diagnosed with this disease was without a doubt the hardest thing I have ever gone through. I never knew I was capable of handling something as serious as type 1 diabetes, but I have learned just how strong... […]
RSS Type 1 Writes
  • Fear of Lows? 18th September 2019
    I’ll be the first person to put my hand up and say that I don’t like having lows. I mean, who does? It’s not fun having to push through a work day while chewing down glucose tabs that taste absolutely revolting after years of treating my hypos with exactly the same thing. It’s not fun […]
  • Reintroduction. 10th September 2019
    I take absolutely no credit for this idea. But I have seen it going through Instagram, and I thought it might be a good time to re-introduce myself to those of you who might be new around here. I’m Frank. I’m from Perth in Western Australia, and I’ve lived with type 1 diabetes for the […]
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