Diabetes Current January 2019

January, 2019

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In the News

Diabetes Canada to complete modifications to its clothing donation bins

Diabetes Canada clothing bin

The organization gets proactive.

Read the latest from our newsroom

Enjoy the Diabetes Canada Podcast

Diabetes Canada Podcast logo, which features a microphone and a photo of Dr. James Shapiro

From islet transplants to dysglycemia, Canadian diabetes researchers are at the forefront of the field. On our January episodes, we speak to Dr. James Shapiro and Dr. Hertzel Gerstein about their impressive careers. Listen on iTunes, Google Play, or Spotify.

Subscribe today and never miss an episode

Healthy Living

Try this Healthy Living Calendar recipe

A folded taco contaning eggs, beans and vegetables

Kids (and adults) will love this healthy, fun dish to start the day. It is high in protein and filled with delicious flavours.

Download your free Healthy Living calendar

Sugar substitutes

Sugar cubes and other different types of sugar substitutes

Are sugar stand-ins a better option for your health?

Read this Diabetes Dialogue article now

Sponsored Content

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Support in Action

Decluttering is easier than ever!

Diabetes Canada clothing pickup truck

Now you can choose your preferred pickup date when you schedule your free home pickup online! Your donation of gently used clothing and goods helps us support 11 million Canadians living with diabetes or prediabetes.

Visit our website to book your free home pickup

Supporting a strategy to end an epidemic

A smiling Dustin Thorsten stands in a backyard

Dustin Thorsten tells us why he believes Diabetes 360° is the way to go.

Read his story now

Diabetes Current is a monthly e-newsletter published by Diabetes Canada. If you have any questions or comments, please contact the editor at enewsletters@diabetes.ca.

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