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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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DREAM Trainees Nov 6
Congrats on this cool feature 🎉🎉
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ritx rashydh 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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Wendy Cosgrove Nov 25
It's great how many help so many members with
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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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Wills Eye Hospital Nov 7
Diabetic eye disease, a leading cause of blindness, often has no early warning signs. Early detection, timely treatment and appropriate follow-up care are the only ways to prevent vision loss. November is National . Get a dilated eye exam: #
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Rav Nov 27
On my way to Kings Cross for transformation board Triple Value Workshop
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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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Dr Ruth Hackett Nov 16
New research during . People with struggle to improve and following diagnosis, though they are more likely to quit . Paper by me, and colleagues
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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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Chris Pickering Jul 26
has never done anything for but there are some jokes that are regularly included in skits that continue stereotypes. This November how about myself and writers do some good for . @TheBetesBros
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AmericanIndianCancer Nov 12
It's National Diabetes Month! AI/AN adults are twice as likely as whites to be diagnosed with diabetes. IHS services have helped A LOT since the 90s, dropping diabetes-related kidney failure risk by 54% 🙌 Our fight continues👊 Learn more:
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Dr. Mark JS Miller 13 Nov 17
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JDRF of Central New York 15 Nov 17
One thing I would like people to know about is that it is an autoimmune disease & that it is NOT caused by eating too much sugar. I can eat anything I want I just need to have insulin for the carbs!" - Logan Roach
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NuGo Nutrition Nov 14
Yes, you can enjoy real dark chocolate with ! With a low glycemic index of just 24-29, NuGo Slim keeps your blood glucose levels in check while allowing you to indulge in delicious dark chocolate.
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Teresa Quinlan London PR Oct 31
Up early and on the way to with Inside Track interview . Tune in he’s on around 8.45!
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Team Novo Nordisk Nov 27
is almost over-- don't miss your chance to WIN a one-of-kind prize pack from 's partners!
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CA Public Health Nov 1
More than 2.3 million California adults (1 in every 12) have been diagnosed with diabetes. The vast majority (1.9 million) are type 2. These simple changes can help anyone feel happier, and healthier! Go here for more tips:
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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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Charlie Kimball Nov 6
November is National ! Learn the facts about diabetes here:
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