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Vicky Search May 31
Help please folk. Dad got diagnosed today. I have limited knowledge on this subject but feel like he wasn’t given enough advice or support. He didn’t even get a monitor... is this normal?? Can anyway steer me to some good places to help him get a handle on it??
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Mid and South Essex STP Apr 16
The helps you take control of your health, supporting you to make changes to your diet, weight and the amount of exercise you do. Taking this kind of action can reduce your risk of, or even stop you, developing diabetes.
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Caffeine&Machine May 15
No complaints about the reflection this time. . . .
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Audrey K Buelo; MPH Jul 17
Favourite talk of the day was by a woman with type 2 diabetes. She shared her experiences (or lack of more accurately) with emotional consults with her HCPs, the stigma surrounding diabetes, and reminded us to see our patients/participants as people.
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Aug 10
Recent data from estimates there are around 1.1 million people in the UK who have diabetes but have not been diagnosed, and 90% of cases are . See what we're doing to prevent here:
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ᗰᗩᖇᑕᑌS ᗯᗩᖇᗪ ✏️ Jul 9
Yes it's about 2 hours early but........ Latest drawing....
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HopsRod Aug 13
Went out to the city to buy some wheels for the vanagon. The dude who sold em to me was straight up from Germany. Talked VW’s for about an hour as we kicked back some brews. The VW community is pretty damn chill.
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Dr Altamash Shaikh May 11
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Diabetes NSW & ACT Aug 15
New research supported by could pave the way to earlier identification of people living with at high risk of , resulting in earlier treatment and increased life expectancy.
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jacquid May 29
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Aug 4
About 90% of people with diabetes have . It can come on slowly and the signs may not be obvious, therefore it might be up to 10 years before you find out you have it. You can find out if you are at risk of developing it here:
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NHSDiabetesProgramme Apr 13
Next week is Prevention Week. You can see what we're doing to raise awarness and prevent by following the
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EnneaMeme Jul 31
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NHSDiabetesProgramme May 14
More people than ever are at risk of . If nothing changes, more than four million people will have in the UK by 2025. See what we're doing to prevent here:
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Matt Kroschel Jul 30
Quickly growing is very visible from well-traveled I70. A team is headed here to manage this one. Here is our current view from the highway. It’s filling the valley with smoke :(
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Phil Booth Jul 25
Replying to @EinsteinsAttic
Those who opted out since 2014 should by now have been sent a letter telling them their 's been converted to ; the 150,000 whose Type2 codes *weren't* uploaded are beginning to receive different letters - including lists of orgs to which their data has been sold.
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Fenella 🍋Lemonsky #FBPE Aug 6
GP- what do you mean your BGLs are now between 5 - 9........ are you taking more insulin? they were 11-15 last few months ...... Best. Monday. This. Year.
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Diabetes UK Jun 13
Been watching the () programme and want to check your risk of ? We weren’t involved in making the show but we do have a great evidence-based online tool to help you understand your risk
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Mandy Briggs 1h
Five days of low-carb eating completed and my blood sugar levels are so much better already. I take on board the BBC report today about low carbing but it's really helping me right now
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Dan #DigitalMarketing Sodergren 4h
Replying to @suzanne_sim
BBC Radio 4 today on You and Yours. Which is on the iPlayer My bit is 30 mins in. Defo say and I am with you the two conditions should have completely different names ...
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