Diabetes

So, we find ourselves looking ahead again, to a whole new year. - What can we do differently this year? - What changes can
By Eleanor Davis, field communications manager for MSF in Ukraine MSF has been running mobile clinics providing free primary
When it comes to healthcare, men have a reputation for being notoriously ostrich like – in that they bury their head in the
When it comes to healthcare, men have a reputation for being notoriously ostrich like – in that they bury their head in the
“That’s what people get when they eat too much sugar.” A chance remark and nothing of note to the woman that said it. But
Diabetes is “decimating men”, with one in 10 now affected, a report by a men’s health charity has warned. The report, created
“That’s what people get when they eat too much sugar.” A chance remark and nothing of note to the woman that said it. But
So on this year's world diabetes day I will be giving special thanks to the women in my life who have had a powerful and meaningful contribution to my wellbeing, namely my specialist nurse Alison Kelly, my diabetic peer Helen Davies and my . I hope we can find an opportunity today to pause a reflect as to how we as a society and a community can better support not only the women living with Diabetes but also those women who work tirelessly so those of us with Diabetes can live as normal and fulfilling a life as possible.