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This course, My Gestational Diabetes, provides information about gestational diabetes and is designed for women that have been diagnosed with this condition. However, this course is also suitable for family members, carers for someone that has been diagnosed with gestational diabetes, or for health…
This course, My Insulin Pump is aimed at people who are starting out with an insulin pump, or a refresher for those that are already established on insulin pump therapy.
This course is aimed specifically at people newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. However, if you are either newly diagnosed or have been living with diabetes for some time, this will help you to understand your diabetes better.
It can be hard for those newly diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes to know which websites to trust, so NHS England has made it easier by collecting all the useful NHS-trusted links in one place on the nhs.uk website. The new pages will help people with Type 1 diabetes to gain the knowledge and confide…
Parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world.
Diabetes UK explains what you need to consider if you have diabetes and are planning a pregnancy. Most women with diabetes have a healthy baby. But having diabetes means that you and your baby are more at risk of serious health complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
This page discusses ways to prevent cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack or stroke.
Finding recipes that are examples of what someone with a good diet might eat is often hard. Diabetes UK has a database of more than 140 healthy recipes. These calorie-counted dishes have all been adapted, tasted and nutritionally analysed for Diabetes UK.
A site for people with diabetes with a focus on sport, providing information on diabetes and sport as well as other issues that people with diabetes may experience.
Your feet are important especially when you’ve got diabetes. If people manage their diabetes well most foot problems, including amputations, can be prevented. You can also dramatically reduce your chances of foot problems by taking good care of your feet.