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NHS Wiltshire CCG May 15
There are 23,500 people in Wiltshire with Type 2 diabetes. We wanted to create a dedicated website for them to find helpful information on living well with T2 Diabetes, all in one place:
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💚 Nov 5
Most people have no clue what Type 1 Diabetics go through on a daily basis just to stay alive. Living with diabetes isn’t easy. But not talking about it can make it worse.
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🌹 DPH 🌹 Nov 30
is on the TV I wish that my doctors had listened to me when I told them I was urinating protein and sugar and was at risk of developing diabetes they didn't listen to me! Anyway is in no tablets just determination
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Amber Khalid Nov 24
diabetes team presenting community health center at LMC Brampton
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Diabetio Nov 21
November is . The best way to celebrate it is to help children and their families get all the information they need about and how to manage the condition so they can still lead a better life.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics 28 Nov 17
Don’t assume it’s the flu! Many children with undiagnosed have flu-like symptoms.
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Hannah McCook Nov 1
It’s November, meaning it’s Diabetes Awareness month. Starting the month strong with squats featuring the insulin pump. Diabetes may be with me forever, but I won’t let it stop me doing what I want to do 🙌🏻
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Amit Gefen Nov 15
Stop the pressure from causing loss of feet! Looking forward to seeing you in this first-ever conference dedicated to multidisciplinary diabetic foot management
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Lyndon Wissart Nov 12
The Inspired diabetic Lyndon Wissart coming soon on GNTV on Sky 182 How did he Reverse his Type 2 Diabetes in 105days Naturally??? Stay Tuned Jones Awuah 👍🏾🙏🏽💥
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Anna Krook Nov 15
Hindrik Mulder giving the case for the mitochondrion.
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Renovation Tea Nov 10
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Diabetes.co.uk Nov 2
To raise awareness this about the different types of , we thought it would be good to have a ! What type of diabetes do you have, and what type of medication/treatment do you use to help manage it?
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Lighthouse Guild Nov 14
Vincent has had vision loss from diabetes for nearly 20 years — but he’s learning “the little tricks” on how to adjust to life with low vision. You can share your story too using !
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Droobi Health Nov 3
Save the date! Join on November 13-14 and explore Droobi Health - A app based on and , tackling prevalence of in the region.
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Harvard Health Nov 5
If you have diabetes, a healthy eating plan for you is not that different from a healthy eating plan for people without diabetes.
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NIH Nov 15
: Dr. Carmen Pal is an endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism specialist — and she has some reassuring words for patients who have been recently diagnosed with vision loss from diabetes.
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Lighthouse Guild Nov 15
Dr. Carmen Pal specializes in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism. She believes there’s a lot to learn from patients living with diabetes and vision loss. Eye care professionals: Share what you’ve learned using !
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MGH CARE Research Center Nov 16
Did you know that 1 in 8 Black Americans over the age of 20 has diabetes? Dr. Jonathan Jackson, Director, addresses this and other in
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Alex Williams Nov 29
Ketosis and ketoacidosis are NOT the same thing. A ketone level of around 0.5 - 3.0 mmol/L can be perfectly healthy, and even beneficial, in the context of a very low, ketogenic diet, even for those with T1DM.
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Mike Durbin Oct 31
[MDH Blog] Photo Challenge 2018 -
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