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Diabetes support and information
100 tips written by people living with diabetes, for people living with diabetes.
Our range of must-have books and useful items to help you manage your diabetes
Our video explains how diabetes affects the body
Our interactive programme to help you understand and manage your condition
Videos made by and for young adults with Type 1 diabetes
Our peer support service connects people living with diabetes to share experience and support
The latest information, recipes, dietary advice and news on all things diabetes
Travel, life and other insurance schemes for people with diabetes
Meet other people living with diabetes, to share and learn from each other in a relaxed and fun environment
Grab a mug and try one of our microwave meals
Get information on your nearest diabetes support group
Up-to-date information on the latest licence changes
Convert HbA1c % to mmol/mol and vice versa
How you can raise your voice and help make a difference to diabetes services and care
Peers can impact on our lives in an extremely positive way...
#DressDiabolical is fast approaching (this Friday!). Have you got your diabolical outfit planned? Don’t forget to sign up at https://dressdiabolical.diabetes.org.uk/
Just wondering how everyone gets on with sleeping?
Extreme and unlikely case of diabetic retinopathy featured on Emmerdale
Three quarters of pregnant women with diabetes have potentially dangerous blood glucose levels
NHS leaders questioned
Dr Alasdair Rankin, Diabetes UK Director of Research, discusses some of our research in this area
We're funding two groundbreaking research projects aiming to develop an artificial pancreas for adults with Type 1 diabetes
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Our Careline offers the chance to talk to someone who understands about the challenges of diabetes.
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