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Lori Shemek, PhD Sep 17
Because of coffee’s antioxidant properties, some studies have found that drinking it regularly can decrease the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and Type 2 diabetes. Adding dairy such as milk or cream prevents the bio-availability of the antioxidants.
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Miriam E. Tucker Sep 16
Food in the Press Centre at the European Association for the Study of meeting
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Megan Cornelius Sep 16
The price of this pen from 2005 to 2015 rose 389%. And it’s only continued to rise since. But nothing about it has changed. Not. One. Thing. . Inflation sure as hell hasn’t gone up almost 400%. People aren’t making 400% more. . How the f did we get here?
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National Kidney Foundation Sep 17
Did you see our Facebook video about the affect of , , and on families? You can watch the full video now!
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City of Hope Sep 11
Why are people with more susceptible to ? City of Hope's John Termini, Ph.D., may have found the "Trojan horse" that's causing patients to be vulnerable. via
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Nature Rev Immunol Sep 10
NEW on the inflammatory pathogenesis of type 1 and type 2 diabetes
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National Kidney Foundation Sep 15
can damage your kidneys and increase your risk for .
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Diabetes.co.uk Sep 12
I got my sensor fitted today! What are everyone's thoughts on this? I'm so excited for an easier way of living with . 📷 Annabel
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Natasha 20h
How about a nationwide educational campaign about the signs and symptoms & how you can prevent rather than continual scaremongering & use of the word amputation
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Prof Jane Speight 16h
Tribute to Michael Berger, who said over 30 years ago: “every diabetic has to be trained that well, that he becomes his own and best diabetologist” Without Berger, we might not be speaking today about education, training & support for all people with
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Ascensia Diabetes Care 17h
Following the success of our congress reporting, we're delighted to announce we'll be launching a new blog series on our website! We've recruited an editorial panel of experts from the to share insights & opinions on the latest trends in . Stay tuned for details!
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Diabetes Research Group @King’s 19h
Time for us to hear about MSC mitochondrial transfer in islet transplantation at session OP24 with Dr Rackham!
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World Diabetes Day Sep 15
60 days to ! If you're planning a awareness activity this November, make sure to share it with us on our online map
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World Diabetes Day Sep 13
Happy friday! Across cultures, the circle symbolises life, health and unity. Use our selfie app as fun way of promoting the awareness symbol and showing your support for people affected
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jill Sep 14
Great idea for improving both inpatient diabetes care and staff knowledge.
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Novo Nordisk Sep 10
We conducted a simple film experiment to find out how sugar lows affect people with 💙
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Claire Reidy Sep 10
Erm.... so I passed my Viva... Claire Reidy, PhD. 🙊🙈🤓😁🥰🙌
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Prof Jane Speight 17h
People w consciously or unconsciously make >300 decisions about their diabetes every day says
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Diabetes UK Sep 16
Today, we met with and & mental health experts to plan what good emotional & mental health support should look like for people living with diabetes.
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diaTribe Sep 17
“One thing I noticed when I’m watching these programs is the interaction between pwd. For some of my patients, it’s the first time they’ve sat down with someone else with type one and that’s very powerful for them.”- Prof. Amiel
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