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July, 2017

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In the News

A type 1 diabetes first at the Toronto Honda Indy

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For the first time in Canada, a driver with type 1 diabetes will participate in the Honda Indy with the help of innovative technology that monitors his blood sugar levels and lets him take action to adjust them – all while driving at speeds of more than 100 mph!

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Governments get a failing grade on policy for kids with diabetes

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It’s the end of another school year. Diabetes Canada, along with many concerned parents and caregivers, has yet to see adequate movement on a policy to keep kids living with type 1 diabetes safe while at school by adopting recommended guidelines.

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Research in Progress

2017 Diabetes Canada research funding recipients announced

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Diabetes Canada is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 research competition. This year’s awardees represent some of the best work being done in the field of diabetes research in Canada.

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Healthy Living

SPONSORED CONTENT: Facts and fictions on diabetic nerve pain

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Neuropathy is a disease of dysfunction of one or more peripheral nerves, typically causing numbness or weakness. In this sponsored supplement, Knight Therapeutics Inc. explores fact, fiction and treatment options.

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Finally, a way to start saving on your diabetes test strips

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Diabetes is a personal crisis for people living with the disease, and for their families as well, but for some it can also become a financial burden. Sponsor Tykess Pharmaceuticals has a solution to help families save on the cost of their test strips.

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Join us in Vancouver for the Type 1 Diabetes Expo

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Registration is now open for Diabetes Canada's Type 1 Diabetes Expo, which will be held in Vancouver on September 30! Early-bird tickets are available until July 31. Register now!

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Diabetes Canada hosts its 20th annual Professional Conference

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Diabetes Canada and the Canadian Society for Endocrinology and Metabolism (CSEM) will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Professional Conference and Annual Meetings at the Shaw Centre in Edmonton from November 1 to 4, 2017.

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Did you miss our latest webinar series?

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Our 2017 webinar series returns this fall with all-new presentations full of expert advice. In the meantime, if you missed our previous webinars, you can watch them in full on YouTube. Enjoy and share, and stay tuned for details on upcoming sessions!

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Canola oil in your kitchen

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Registered dietitian Lynn Weaver recommends a heart-healthy, versatile and affordable cooking oil. In this sponsored supplement, Weaver outlines the benefits of Canola oil for people living with type 2 diabetes.

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This month’s Healthy Living Calendar Recipe

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Pork tenderloin is a lean protein high in essential B vitamins, which convert our food into the fuel that gives us energy. This recipe combines it with lemongrass, an amazing aromatic herb that tastes of fresh lemons and limes.

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How do you make a character with diabetes believable?

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Diabetes Canada had the opportunity to interview author K.J. Howe. She has just released her first novel, and her protagonist lives with type 1 diabetes. K.J. told us about her own diabetes connection and more about her character.

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Support in Action

Give to Diabetes Canada for a chance to win!

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Don’t forget! From now until July 31, every donation you make through Diabetes Canada’s free home clothing pick-up gives you a chance to win a $5,000 travel voucher that can be used anywhere around the world, or one of 10 $500 VISA gift cards.

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