November, 2013

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Healthy Living

7 Tips for a Diabetes-Friendly Holiday Season

A dining room table full of food

Turkey, stuffing, eggnog and gravy are all standard holiday fare, but practicing restraint and remembering these rules will help ensure the season is a lot less stressful.

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10 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain

10 tips for avoiding holiday weight gain

Estimates vary, but most Canadians will pack on a few extra pounds this holiday season. Keep your waistline in check with these 10 simple weight management tips.

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Curried Lentils and Vegetables

Curried lentils and vegetables

A simple, yet richly flavoured dish. Enjoy on its own or over warm quinoa, brown rice or millet.

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How to Create a Diabetes Action Plan

Santa claus ornament

Keeping your diabetes under control this holiday season doesn’t have to be a chore. Try these easy tips for setting goals and sticking to them.

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In the News

CDA Member Celebrates 50-Year Milestone

Loretta and Ben Gardener

Although diabetes success stories are far from rare, Loretta Gardener’s is truly inspiring.

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Raise Awareness by Sharing Your Diabetes Story!

Who are you fighting for campaign

There is still time to share your diabetes story or start a fundraiser in support of Diabetes Awareness Month.

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Support in Action

Volunteers Needed to Make a Difference in B.C.

Coastline of British Columbia

Every year, thousands of amazing volunteers across Canada help raise funds and awareness through the Canadian Diabetes Association’s door-to-door campaigns. This year the CDA needs you in B.C.’s interior regions.

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Sponsors

New Diabetes Management Platform!

Starsystems

Sanofi Canada is pleased to announce that its diabetes management platform.

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