If you've noticed any signs and symptoms of diabetes, visit your doctor and get checked now.
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We invest in world-class diabetes research to find a cure and help people live healthy lives.
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View and download the 2015 accessible and interactive report.
Learn more about our evidence-based Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Diabetes.
All those who visit DontBeRisky.ca and complete the CANRISK test from Oct.15 to Nov.30 can enter a draw to win one of three Money for Life experiences – including a grand prize of a $5,000 financial portfolio of investment and/or insurance products – courtesy of Sun Life Financial. In addition, for each test taken Novo Nordisk will donate $1 to diabetes research!
Ewa Gajda immigrated to Canada when she was 18-years-old, not knowing a word of English, and began her journey towards becoming a nurse. Throughout the 35 years she spent working in a hospital she saw the impact of diabetes on the lives of her patients. Now she’s going the extra mile to make sure people living with diabetes get the help they need.
The Canadian Diabetes Association has partnered with MedicAlert Foundation Canada (MAFCA) to offer a special discount on MedicAlert IDs for Canadians living with diabetes.
Register online for any of our 12 overnight camps across Canada for children and youth living with type 1 diabetes.
Boo! Halloween can be a challenge for kids with diabetes, but it doesn't have to be terrifying for parents. Here are some tips for parents hoping to guide their children through the spooky season.
November 5, 2014 the Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) will recognize Diabetes Educator Day, and honour the important work diabetes educators provide. Learn more about this important day!
Bubba Vermette has a story for anyone who will listen: Living with type 2 diabetes has changed his life and his health for the better.
The sweetness of the apple here complements the delicate flavours of squash, celery and thyme.
Researcher Dr. Donna Koller interviewed children and teens to find out how well they understood their diabetes. Her findings: Young people did best when they were educated about diabetes, offered emotional support, and actively participate in their own health care.
Don't miss our free Toronto Diabetes Expo on November 13, 2014. Featuring onstage educational programming and an exhibitor area, you'll have an opportunity to bring your medical questions and learn more about your diabetes!
This year's annual South Asian Diabetes Expo in Toronto, on November 29, 2014, focuses on the theme of cardiovascular health and diabetes. Register now for this full day of onstage programming, complemented by an exhibitor area featuring diabetes-related projects and services.