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alex marshall

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Hey guys, here's this weeks post :) hope you have all had a good weekend.
http://lwtod.blogspot.co.uk/
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Anna W. Westbrook

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This is NOT A CURE! It's dietary management. 
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Diabetes For Less

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Take a look at our collection of blogs, articles, and products that are made affordable for diabetics only at Diabetesforless.com.
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They are fathers or mothers, aunts or uncles. Please, give them a hand if you can.
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Medivizor

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How can we reduce suffering in healthcare? "Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other’s eyes in an instant?" ~Thoreau
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alex marshall

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Hey everyone, here's this weeks post
http://lwtod.blogspot.co.uk/
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+alex marshall I'm all EARS Thanks:-)
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iGlucose

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Nicole Johnson was crowned Miss America in 1999 –the first winner to have diabetes in the pageant’s history.
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#makethegrade #Diabetes #DiabetesUK #DiabetesUKCymryu #Workingwithdiabetes #Help #Support #RecruitmentwithDiabetes


Our #MaketheGrade campaign team is looking to recruit a ‘Good Diabetes Care in School’ assessment panel member to assist in awarding schools who are providing good care to children with diabetes.

We are looking for a parent of a child with diabetes or someone who has had significant experience/understanding of issues relating to caring for children with diabetes at school. We need a positive, energetic person who is familiar with and supports the Make The Grade campaign and resources.

If you would like to apply for the role, please complete the attached role description and application form and send on to makethegrade@diabetes.org.uk.

The closing date for applications is 24 July and the Team will be doing a half day briefing in London on 12th August in the morning, which you would need to attend. Travel and accommodation costs will be covered. The position would be starting on the 2nd week in September.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please email the team directly at makethegrade@diabetes.org.uk


or contact me back on Google+ for further info with how you can get help with working with Diabetes
the support you're entitled to, and how you can get the #DutyofCare you deserve from your management team/HR


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Researchers are developing all kinds of inventions that may replace needles, for medications including insulin for diabetes.  But which ones will be a reality?  Read on for more.

http://medicalcontroversies.blogspot.com/2015/07/will-needles-disappear-from-medicine.html
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Sam Kriss

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Connecting those with #Diabetes. Helping to Empower, Connect, Support and Educate through Social Media. This community is open to all, regardless of type, age, gender, race, religion, favorite book, sports team or music! :-) *PLEASE -NO COMMERCIAL POSTS. Posts to blogs or other material which are deemed to be primarily commercial in nature, or written in order to solicit business will be removed by the moderators. Continued abuse may result in being banned from the community. Other than that, HAVE FUN, and please post under the appropriate topic area.* This page has been created by Mike Young. (AKA) *elGringoinspain* - Diabetes in Spain. You can find me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/115904760086120014493 You can find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elgringospain On Twitter: https://twitter.com/elgringoinspain
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Diabetes For Less

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A lot of diabetics or people that are considered pre-diabetic do not understand the importance of using a blood glucose meter. The truth is it's one of the most important factors in controlling your diabetes!
Reasons why Checking your Blood Glucose Levels is ImportantMost diabetics find it to be tedious to check their blood sugar levels each and every day. And who can argue, after all the process can be time consuming in certain situations. Although most the time testing your blood sugar is quick(usually less then 2 minutes) there may be difficulties like after doing your test your meter reading "error" or some other issue that's minor. So after getti...
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Funsulin

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My parents rushed me to a hospital in the city and my sugar was tested based on the symptoms my parents explained. My sugar level was 512 mg/dl. My ketones were 4+.
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peter f

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If you are considering a yoga certification course, you may want to understand diabetes and many other ailments. For those of us who already teach classes, all of the progress we have seen against diseases and suffering do not count in the eyes of scientific research. 
‪#‎aboutdiabeteseandyoga‬ ‪#‎teachertraining‬ ‪#‎diabetes‬
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Adults with Type 2 diabetes developed complications in blood flow regulation in the brain that led to impaired memory and other cognitive problems.

#type2diabetes  
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Sam Kriss

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How to follow Mediterranean ‪#‎dietplan‬ http://360completeliving.com/how-to-follow-mediterranean-d…/
Mediterranean diet plan is most popular for its heart health benefits. One needs to understand that Mediterranean is a plan which offers wide variety of food which provide essential fatty acids.
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Lyn Pharma

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Wireless Smart Gluco-Monitoring System.

This innovative meter connects to your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth technology and automatically records all of your glucose readings within the app logbook, eliminating the need for manual records. It also tracks the quantity and expiration date of your test strips with a simple scan of the QR code on the vial.

For more information about this device, go to www.medactivusa.com
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Do YOU know the difference between Type 1 & Type 2 #Diabetes ?
Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes may sound similar, but patients say it's time the medical community makes a distinction.
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I know the difference... i am Type 1 diabetic!!!!!!!!!!! 💉
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Medivizor

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We're busting the myths about diabetes! Take a look and learn the facts.
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