September 2015

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The seasons change—so do our lives

The seasons change-so do our lives

A time to reflect... and take action, too.

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News

Potential diabetes cure under the skin?

Potential diabetes cure under the skin?

A new technique shows promising results.

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Improving vision-saving treatment

Improving vision-saving treatment

Researchers identify a new option.

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Skipping meals not a healthy option

Skipping meals not a healthy option

Fasting can cause belly fat and insulin resistance.

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Strict diet or surgery?

Strict diet or surgery?

Successful diabetes control possible with either.

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New hope for nighttime relief

New hope for nighttime relief

Dual-hormone artificial pancreas promises best control of blood sugar.

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Champions

Sarah Struthers speaks for children & youth

Sarah Struthers speaks for children & youth

Sarah Struthers has something to say—and politicians are listening.

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Research Brief

Taking action to help treat children at risk for type 2 diabetes

Taking action to help treat children at risk for type 2 diabetes

Dr. Dina Panagiotopoulos designs programs to help treat children at risk for type 2 diabetes.

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Features

Perfect partners for health—meet people with diabetes and their diabetes educators

Perfect partners for health - meet people with diabetes and their diabetes educators

Learn how people with diabetes are making their lives and health a whole lot better by working with their diabetes educators.

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Improving health after a diabetes diagnosis

Improving health after a diabetes diagnosis

Brent Galardo took his diabetes diagnosis seriously—and got his health under control.

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Diabetes 101 at university or college: getting the help you need

Diabetes 101 at university or college: getting the help you need

Young people with diabetes face a number of challenges when they head off to university or college, but there is plenty of support to help them along the way.

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Spotlight

Meet our supporters: The Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund

Meet our supporters: The Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund

Supporting D-Camps and youth living with type 1 diabetes.

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Get professional health coaching by phone

Get professional health coaching by phone

Get personalized advice that’s right for you.

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Nutrition Matters

Carb counting your way to healthy blood sugar levels

Carbs 101: Carbohydrate counting can help keep your blood sugar levels on target

Learn how to plan your meals using carbohydrate counting, which can help keep your blood sugar levels on target.

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On the Shelf

Muffins for breakfast?

Muffins for Breakfast?

How do you make muffins part of a nutritious breakfast? Start with a good mix of foods.

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Fit Tip

Health coaches offer advice about physical activity

Health coaches offer advice about physical activity

We all know that physical activity matters, but how do you do your part for your health? We asked Live Well! Bien Vivre! coaches for their advice.

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Know Your Rights

Keeping kids with diabetes safe at school

Keeping kids with diabetes safe at school

A parents’ group in British Columbia offers a model for how parents can champion diabetes care in schools.

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