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Sensors can be a sticky subject for some people with diabetes. As wondrous as modern technology is, sometimes sensors can come off, and ..read more
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Having a good HbA1c means that, generally, your average blood sugar levels are lower. This is positive for several reasons, one reason ..read more
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There’s nothing quite like the excitement of looking forward to a holiday. Whether you’re set to travel abroad or domestically, the ..read more
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Parents, this is the week. The kids are breaking up for the summer holidays. You’ve been preparing for this for months, it’s fine. You ..read more
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A wonderful article featured on BBC News this week about two mountain climbers with type 1 diabetes who are bidding to climb the highest ..read more
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Back pain can develop for any number of reasons. It may be due to an injury or a long-term complication, and the severity of pain can vary ..read more
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Immense progress is being made in improving quality of life for people with diabetes. You only need to look at the health benefits enabled ..read more
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Hasn’t it been hot recently? Ice cream vans are seemingly now less than 100ft away at all times, and the blaring volume of their jingles ..read more
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Around one or two out of every hundred people develop an underactive thyroid [1]. This means that your thyroid gland, which sits on the ..read more
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There exists a theory that could explain why sometimes after eating a meal your blood glucose levels may rise higher than normal. It’s ..read more

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