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Feeling unwell? Learn about 'Managing sick days for type 1 diabetes'. This NDSS information sheet will help you understand what is a sick day, what are ketones and diabetic ketoacidosis, what to do when you are sick, and when to seek immediate medical attention: http://www.diabetessa.com.au/information-sheets/sick-days-type-1-diabetes.html 
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Why not try planting an edible garden, it doesn’t have to be large – you can start small with few pots or containers which will suit any sized yard. 
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Depending on what sort of work you are doing in the garden, you are generally working all of the major muscle groups found in your arms, legs, stomach, back, bottom, shoulders and neck. Read more about the benefits of gardening: http://www.diabetessa.com.au/latest-news/gardening-and-exercise.html
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$2 a ticket or a book of 10 tickets for $20, your chance to win great prizes and support Diabetes SA. Win VW Polo 66TSI Tendline DSG auto valued at $23,169 http://www.diabetessa.com.au/how-to-help/2017-winners-are-grinners-lottery.html
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Lancing is an essential part of successful diabetes management. There are a lot of different lancet devices out there, it may be worth trialling a few until you find the best option for your needs. Read more here: http://www.diabetessa.com.au/latest-news/lancing-what-kind.html
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Stock up on lancets, lancet devices and hypo treatments
http://www.diabetessa.com.au/shop/specials.html
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A light healthy dessert which will surely impress your mum this Mother's Day: http://www.diabetessa.com.au/recipes/pecan-and-ricotta-tart.html
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International Nurses Day takes place on 12 May every year and provides an opportunity to recognise nurses around the world for their contribution to health care. Thank you to all the nurses have people living with diabetes in their care. 
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Diabetes SA would like to remind donors that our last blue bag collections will be occuring from Monday 15th May to Friday 19th May in pre-determined suburbs. If you have not received a blue bag in your letterbox by Sunday 7th May then your area will not be involved in these collections. In this case you will need to contact Diabetes SA to schedule a individual collection. This can be done on 8234 1977 (option 5) or using our online collection request form: http://www.diabetessa.com.au/clothing-collections/collection-request.html
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