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LivantaCares 13h
that affects multiple parts of the body? November is Diabetes awareness month, so please learn about Type 2 Diabetes, the most common form, from our friends at :
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Laura N Brown, MS, RD/LD, CPT Nov 13
Skipping breakfast daily? Fasting all morning may not be your best bet! New research from The Journal of Nutrition associates missed breakfast with increased risk. 😱😱 Learn more here:
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UPMC Physician Ed Nov 13
Mary Korytkowski, MD, reviews the 2018 ADA Standards of Care for Diabetes Management in older adults and discussions of non-insulin therapies for treatment of type 2 diabetes.
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 17
Tackling has been described as one of the greatest healthcare challenges of our time. That’s why the NHS Prevention Programme is so important in our fight against Type 2 diabetes in England. Watch the full animation:
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 14
Some really thought-provoking questions at Ben and Jonathan’s session on the NHS Prevention Programme. Professor Jonathan Valabhji now discussing the programme exceeding expectations by referring over a quarter of a million people.
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L. Sal Guidry, PhD Nov 14
More on the Virta Health announcement. See link.
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 14
Prof Jonathan Valabhji right now at on ‘what is the NHS Prevention Programme’?   “A lifestyle change programme for those at high-risk of developing . It provides guidance on healthy eating, being more active and weight management”.
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CordellHealth Nov 14
The , & Prevention Programme offers those at risk of Type 2 diabetes a free lifestyle change programme. This video explains how it works    
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 14
Data shows that the NHS Prevention Programme is reaching those most at risk. Just under half of those taking up the programme are men and 25% of patients are from black, Asian and minority ethnic groups.
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 14
Today on we have celebrated our NHS Prevention Programme exceeding expectations by signing up more than a quarter of a million people across the country. Find out more about the programme:
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 15
How do you measure up? Drop by stand F25 at and grab your traffic light waist tape measure and find out more about the NHS Prevention Programme.
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Partha Kar Nov 11
Replying to @AmarPut
I reckon it may not be a bad idea to do something -perhaps once every 2-3 months on ? Different moderators etc?
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DESMOND Notts Nov 17
Great news! Well done 😀. Looking forward to having you deliver DESMOND with us at
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 17
When Paul visited his GP for an NHS Health Check, he was shocked to find he had high blood sugar levels which put him at risk of and promptly accepted his GP’s offer of a place on the NHS Prevention Programme. Read Paul's story:
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 16
Prevention is high on the agenda at the moment, with recently announcing his prevention strategy. Our NHS Prevention Programme continues to go from strength to strength with over 280,000 people now referred. Find out more:
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 14
With millions of people at increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, it’s essential that we do everything we can to prevent it. That’s why the NHS Prevention Programme is so important in our fight against Type 2 diabetes
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AHA Silicon Valley Nov 14
It's Word Diabetes Day: Know Your
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EDS Nov 14
Do you know the risk of on your cardiovascular health? 74% of surveyed patients don’t believe there’s a link between and Cardiovascular diseases. Learn more how to lower your risk of heart diseases today.
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 14
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY: The next Prevention Week will take place from 1-7 April 2019. Sign up the NHS Diabetes Programme Bulletin to find out when your FREE toolkit will be available to order:
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Nov 14
90% of people with diabetes have Type 2, which is largely preventable. Currently there are 3.8 million people with Type 2 diabetes in England. Our flagship NHS Prevention Programme is helping prevent Type 2 diabetes in England:
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