Read past issues of Diabetes Current below.

  • Diabetes Current April 2014

    This month, learn more about the link between mind and body when we take a closer look at research in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, and find out how you can stand up for your rights by signing The Diabetes Charter for Canada.

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  • Diabetes Current March 2014

    From our exciting research on Vitamin D, to some easy dietary swaps to help your blood sugar control, you’ll definitely want to take a bite out of this Diabetes Current.

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  • Diabetes Current February 2014

    Fruits and veggies are an essential part of every Canadian’s diet, especially people with diabetes. Get the facts on fruits and vegetables with this must-read countdown.

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  • Diabetes Current January 2014

    Myths about diabetes will always persist, and it’s up to you to separate fact from fiction. After all, your health could depend on it. Get the straight scoop on five persistent diabetes myths and the truth, or lack thereof, behind them.

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  • Diabetes Current December 2013

    The holidays may be decadent, but be sure to set some healthy goals using our New Year's resolution tips, and stay on track with these diabetes-friendly recipes.

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  • Diabetes Current November 2013

    The festive season is almost here, and we know how hard it can be to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Find out how you can create a Diabetes Action Plan and put off the pending pound using our 10 tips for managing your waistline.

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  • Diabetes Current October 2013

    Ghosts and goodies are abound, but Halloween doesn’t have to be scary for kids with diabetes. Help your child through the spooky season with some Halloween diabetes tips, and read about the scientific debate surrounding low-carb diets.

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