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October 17, 2016
CDA applauds World Health Organization support for tax on sugary drinks
The Canadian Diabetes Association commends the World Health Organization for urging global action to reduce consumption of sugary drinks.
October 11, 2016
Health coalition gives proposed legislation to protect children a gold star
Senator tables public bill to prohibit food and beverage marketing to kids.
September 28, 2016
Fall diabetes Expo series launches this weekend!
Join one of our free diabetes Expos taking place across Canada!
September 24, 2016
What do you really know about type 2 diabetes?
New campaign from Canadian Diabetes Association urges Canadians to learn their type 2 diabetes risk.
September 22, 2016
Canadian Diabetes Association response to new report on type 2 diabetes treatment
The Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) responds to a recent report about the use of medications to control blood sugar.
September 15, 2016
D-Camps in the news
The Canadian Diabetes Association's D-Camps program recently wrapped up another successful summer of fun and adventure for 2,500 children and youth with type 1 diabetes from across Canada.
August 30, 2016
Canadian Journal of Diabetes August issue released
The new issue of the Canadian Journal of Diabetes (CJD) is arriving in the second week of August. Diabetes and nutrition is the key focus of this issue.
August 04, 2016
Canadian Journal of Diabetes June 2016 issue released
The new issue of the Canadian Journal of Diabetes looks at diabetes distress, improving best practices in Indigenous communities, assessing diabetes knowledge in health-care professionals.
June 09, 2016
New research links walkability in neighbourhoods to obesity and type 2 diabetes rates
New research by Dr. Gillian Booth shows that neighbourhoods where it is easy to walk have lower rates of diabetes and stable rates of obesity.
May 25, 2016