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Clothesline accepts gently used clothing, electronics and small household items.
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The Canadian Institute for Health Information report, International Comparisons: A Focus on Diabetes, reveals Canada has the second-highest rate of diabetes among comparable countries.
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When it comes to living with diabetes, food knowledge is power. Eating the right amount of the right food at the right time leads to better overall health and reduces the risk of complications such as kidney and heart disease.
Kimberley Rickard was tired, all the time. It was hard just to walk across the parking lot to her office in Fredericton, New Brunswick. "I was doing less and less, and I didn’t realize how much the extra weight was slowing me down."
Lani Hyde and her family have been donating for years to Clothesline, the Canadian Diabetes Association's (CDA's) program that raises money for diabetes research, programs and education by selling gently used clothes, electronics and small household items to the thrift retailer Value Village.