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Looking for Diabetes Support

Looking for Diabetes Support

A Type 1 diabetic from Zambia reaches out for diabetes support.

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Diabetic in Pretoria Needs Help

Diabetic in Pretoria Needs Help

Good morning, I am a diabetic and live in Pretoria. I have problems controlling my sugar and have to use Metformin 850. My problem is I have no idea when it is high or low. Where in Pretoria can I find a government diabetic clinic? Currently I am unemployed and every time I go to […]

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Type 1 Diabetes and Endurance Sports

Type 1 Diabetes and Endurance Sports

A Type 1 diabetic asks for advice about blood sugar levels and mountain biking.

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Early Morning Work With Diabetes

Early Morning Work With Diabetes

An early shift worker asks how to approach his work with a diabetes request.

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Chronic Burning Feet

Chronic Burning Feet

A query about chronic burning feet and diabetes.

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HIV / TB / Diabetes Resource Kit

HIV / TB / Diabetes Resource Kit

An excerpt from the HIV / TB / Diabetes Resource Kit.

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Perspectives on Type 2 Diabetes

Perspectives on Type 2 Diabetes

An excerpt from Perspectives on Type 2 Diabetes.

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Annual Diabetes Kids Camp

Annual Diabetes Kids Camp

All the info you need for this year’s diabetes kids camp (2015).

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Blood Sugar and Exercise

Blood Sugar and Exercise

A Type 1 diabetic explains how he figured out what to do about high blood sugar after intense exercise.

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High-Level Diabetes Training for Nurses

High-Level Diabetes Training for Nurses

“Nurses are primary caregivers, and have the most frequent and direct contact with people at risk of or living with diabetes,” Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Joe Phaahla said. “As the incidence of diabetes increases in South Africa, it is important to capacitate them to deal with this epidemic in every way.”

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