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Whether you're decorating the tree or looking for a homemade gift idea, these edible gingerbread decorations are fun to make and look suitably festive. They taste great, too! Get the recipe here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Diabetes UK
12/01/2016 at 09:26. Facebook
Hold that partridge in a pear tree...what we really want on the first day of Christmas is healthier party food to see us through the festive season! With more tasty bites than you can shake a cracker at, these dishes will sparkle at any buffet celebration. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Christmas party foods - Diabetes UK

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Diabetes UK
11/30/2016 at 09:27. Facebook
We are incredibly thankful to everyone who supports our research. Currently we’re investing £2.8 million in research into diabetes complications.

With your help our researchers are working on a huge range of projects aiming to improve the treatment and prevention of complications. Read about where that money goes: [ Bit.ly Link ]

What we’re doing about diabetes complications – by Kotryna Temcinaite

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Diabetes UK
11/29/2016 at 12:51. Facebook
This #GivingTuesday we’d like to thank all of our wonderful supporters who’ve helped us to provide vital services for people with diabetes. From creating the first epi-pen to keeping our telephone Helpline open, which on average helps 22,000 people a year. Without your generous support we wouldn't be able to do this.
Diabetes UK
11/28/2016 at 17:30. Facebook
We want all children to get good diabetes care at school. The good news is that 31 more schools have shown they are providing good care, bringing the total number of Good Care in School awards to 166. Is your school on the list? Or nominate them if you think they deserve to be there. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Diabetes UK
11/28/2016 at 12:02. Facebook
Are you getting the diabetes care you deserve?

We know that lots of people don’t get all the checks and services they should, like getting their feet checked or having a free flu vaccination.

And you can help. Let us know about the care you're getting by taking our short survey. Your answers are crucial in building a picture of diabetes care across the UK and helping us to fight for the...
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Diabetes Care Survey 2016

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It’s Black Friday! We have some great deals for you to take advantage of today. Head on over to our Online Shop where we have everything from the iHealth Edge Sleep & Activity Tracker for just £29.99 to the Bagsy Commute Insulin Case for £13.99. [ Bit.ly Link ] #BlackFriday

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Thanks to your support, we’re funding Dr Nina Petrova’s research to find new ways to treat Charcot foot - a devastating complication of diabetes.

Nina says: “We all need to work together – people with diabetes, clinicians, scientists, and Diabetes UK – to find better ways to prevent and manage diabetes.”

You can read the full interview here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Aged just 30, Michelle lost her sight due to complications with diabetes and was faced with never seeing her son again. Thankfully, Michelle was one of the lucky ones and medical treatment helped restore her sight over the years.

Read more about Michelle’s story and how you can help us continue our vital research by donating to our winter appeal. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Michelle describes losing her sight at the age of 30 - Diabetes UK

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Keep the cold weather at bay with our selection of winter warmers. Family favourites at your fingertips, including soup, casseroles and some delicious puddings. [ Bit.ly Link ] #EnjoyFood

Family favourites - Diabetes UK

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We need to find ways to stop all complications of diabetes, including kidney disease. Thanks to your support, we’re funding Dr David Long’s research to find new ways to detect and treat kidney disease. You can read the full interview here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Are you on Twitter? Charlotte, one of our supporters is talking about her life with Type 1 diabetes through the @NHS Twitter handle all this week. Go see what she's up to and share your experience of diabetes with her: [ Twitter.com Link ]

@NHS / Charlotte (@NHS) | Twitter

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Today the Prime Minister Theresa May opened our new London office, Wells Lawrence House, to mark World Diabetes Day.

She met with volunteers and staff and unveiled a plaque to mark the occasion. Wells Lawrence House is named after our two founders, the author HG Wells and his doctor Robert Lawrence. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Prime Minister opens new Diabetes UK office on World Diabetes Day - Diabetes UK

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It’s World Diabetes Day. We’re talking about how serious diabetes is. If it’s not managed well, it can cause blindness, amputation, heart attacks, stroke, kidney failure and, for 65 people every day in the UK, an early death. We have the advice, information and support to help you manage your diabetes well. Help raise awareness of how serious diabetes is by sharing this post. [ Bit.ly Link ]

World Diabetes Day - Diabetes UK

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Have you heard of Type 1 Uncut? Short videos of young adults with Type 1 diabetes discussing the things that matter to them, from hypos to sport, and pumps to research. Check out the YouTube channel now: #type1uncut

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Louise's daughter was put at real risk because her school didn't have a plan to care for children with Type 1 diabetes. Sign Louise's petition to make sure all schools know how to keep children like Jenny #SafeinSchool [ Bit.ly Link ]
Is the answer truly at the bottom of a bottle? From coconuts to added vitamins, we look at health waters to find out whether they could be beneficial to your diabetes management. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Health drinks - Diabetes UK

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Mo has lived with Type 1 diabetes for 50 years, and planned to leave a donation to us in her will. Instead, she decided to do her giving while she was living, and gave £10,000 to retinopathy research. Read more about Mo's amazing story: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Woman donates £10,000 to eye research - Diabetes UK

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Need some dinner inspiration for tonight? This simple Mediterranean dish is ready in under an hour! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Cod Portugaise

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