Diabetes Current February 2018

February, 2018

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In the News

Good news for disability tax credit applicants

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Diabetes Canada has learned that more than 400 adults with type 1 diabetes have been granted access to the disability tax credit since the Canada Revenue Agency launched its eligibility review process last December.

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Dr. Peter Senior on the Diabetes Canada Podcast

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In the latest episode of the Diabetes Canada Podcast, Dr. Peter Senior of the Alberta Diabetes Institute explains why islet transplantation research is so exciting for people living with type 1 diabetes.

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Taking the mystery out of food labels

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Diabetes Canada looks forward to providing input into Health Canada’s new consultation process to guide and support nutritious choices. We encourage all Canadians to make their voices heard during this process.

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Healthy Living

Announcing our first webinar series of 2018

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Join us in March! Learn about carb counting, curbing your cravings, and taking steps to reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.

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This month’s Healthy Living Calendar Recipe

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Keep a batch of our toasted coconut almond granola in the fridge for a quick, fibre-rich snack, or to top Greek yogurt with berries for breakfast.

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Exercise strategies for people with type 2 diabetes

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There is no doubt that everyone could benefit from including physical activity in their daily routine. But if you have type 2 diabetes, leading an active lifestyle plays an even more critical role in your health.

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Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content: Celebrating everyday #SmallVictories

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LifeScan, manufacturer of OneTouch® blood glucose monitoring products, and Diabetes Canada are urging Canadians living with diabetes to share the everyday lifestyle changes that have helped them move forward with managing their blood glucose.

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Sponsored Content: In your own words

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Novo Nordisk is looking for individuals who are currently taking insulin, and who have experienced hypoglycemia and/or exhibited fear of hypoglycemia, to reflect on their experiences of living with diabetes and to help others on their journey.

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Support in Action

Declutter your home and fight diabetes

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Your donation of gently used clothing and household goods supports vital diabetes programs and research. Book your free home pickup, or find a drop box near you!

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