August 2015

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Summer living

Summer Living

Letter from our editor-in-chief.

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News

Does when you exercise matter?

Does when you exercise matter?

New study says yes.

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School schedule makes a difference in managing diabetes

School schedule makes a difference in managing diabetes

Three breaks are better than two.

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Gut reaction

Gut reaction

Animal research suggests new avenue for prevention of type 2 diabetes.

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Experimental compound could prevent type 1 diabetes

Experimental compound could prevent type 1 diabetes

Promising studies in mice, but what about humans?

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Poor blood glucose control a factor in developing dementia?

Poor blood glucose control a factor in developing dementia?

Proper treatment and diet may reduce the risk.

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Champions

A passion for helping

A passion for helping

Bringing the message of diabetes awareness to South Asian Canadians is Dr. Parmjit Sohal’s mission.

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Research Brief

Meditation medication

Meditation medication

In his work, Dr. Howard Nathan looks at how our minds and bodies connect, helping people with diabetes cope with chronic pain.

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Features

Diabetes & school 101: what you need to know

Diabetes & School 101: What you need to know

The beginning of school should be exciting. But diabetes can make it feel more stressful. It doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s how to get your child (and yourself) ready. (Photo by: Gary Beechey, BDS Studios)

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Distressed by diabetes?

Distressed by diabetes?

Do you sometimes get tired of having to be so on top of your diabetes care? You're not alone. (Photo by: Jason Zwicker)

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Feet first

Feet First

Learn how to take care of them and keep them healthy.

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Spotlight

Meet our supporters

Meet our supporters

Jays Care Foundation

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Nutrition information: a phone call away

Nutrition information: a phone call away

If you live in Ontario and have questions about healthy eating, it just got a little easier to find answers. (Photo by: Tien-Lyn Lung)

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Nutrition

Memories of the Caribbean

Memories of the Caribbean

Whether you want to find a healthier update to a favourite dish or to savour your last vacation through a flavourful dish, we have something for you.

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On the Shelf

What’s for lunch?

What’s For Lunch?

Wraps, burritos, and pocket sandwiches can be healthy options...as long as you watch the sodium.

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Fit Tip

Training days

Training days

A father and son go the distance for diabetes.

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Know Your Rights

Diabetes costs

Diabetes costs

Government financial assistance programs may provide you or your loved ones with much-needed support. (Photo by: Ronnie Pulis, Capturing a Moment Photography)

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