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Research is at the heart of the mission to reach a world where diabetes can do no harm. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted scientists’ work and punched a huge hole in medical research. The next five years are critical. Without…

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Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetic eye disease is a group of eye problems that can affect people with diabetes. Over time, diabetes can cause damage to your eyes that can lead to poor vision or even blindness. But you can take steps to prevent…

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Diabetes and Winter

Medical nutrition therapy is integral to diabetes care and management. Balance between dietary intake and energy consumption through daily physical activities is the most influential factor in the glycemic control of type 2 diabetic patients. The nutritional prescription made for…

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Exams and Diabetes

Taking an exam can be very stressful for young people, whether they have type 1 diabetes or not. But living with the highs and lows of type 1 diabetes during the exam period can make it that bit harder, particularly…

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Glucose Variability

Your blood sugars can be unpredictable. In other words, why is it that doing the same activity at the same time, after the same breakfast, can sometimes be managed perfectly and sometimes be a nightmare? This is called glucose variability.1…

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Automation in Diabetes (AID)

“Artificial Pancreas”: a potential cure?1,2 It’s a bit of a stretch to call the artificial pancreas, more recently renamed “automated insulin delivery system,” or “AID” a cure. But for those who have tested them, these devices can be a game…

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