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Ever wondered why some medications seem to take forever to reach your pharmacy? This month, learn about the lengthy and fascinating drug development process as well as the latest in type 2 diabetes medications, and find out why you need to take action in Ontario's election. When you're done, discover our tasty fillet of fish burger that's perfect for summertime cooking.
Ever wondered why medications take so long to reach store shelves? Why exciting new developments in health care often won’t materialize into something that can help in the here and now? Find out just what it takes for medication to make it to pharmacy store shelves.
Incretin-based-therapies help maintain healthy blood glucose (sugar) levels for people with type 2 diabetes, but studying the long-term effects of these medications remains a priority.
Need a summertime treat that's diabetes-friendly? These yummy fish burgers fit great with any backyard cookout!
June 12 is an important day for all people in Ontario living with diabetes. Find out what you need to know to make a difference in the upcoming election.
On May 11, a small but dedicated group of Team Diabetes participants ran in the 36th Annual Scotiabank Fredericton Marathon, and raised $2,700 for the Canadian Diabetes Association.
The Canadian Diabetes Association operates camps for children living with type 1 diabetes, and now is your last chance to register for summer 2014.
If you’re a member of the Diabetic Youth in Action group or someone who has been living with type 1 diabetes for more than 50 years, don’t miss this opportunity to mix and mingle!