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by Maria Ramos on Feb 9th 2016

The management of diabetes has historically depended on technological advancement. The march of progress continues on in the present day, and 2015 saw a number of innovations that promise to make managing diabetes much less stressful than it was in the past. Google’s...

by Haysook Choi, BSc.N, RN, CDE on Oct 1st 2015

A few years ago, a patient told me how he was first diagnosed with type 2 diabetes during a routine physical. He asked his doctor “Is there a cure for diabetes?” His doctor replied, “No, there is not.” My patient then asked, “Will I die from it?” The...

by Maria Ramos on Aug 19th 2015

Proper Type 2 diabetes care requires a daily and diligent commitment to health, encompassing a careful watch of blood glucose levels as well as proper nutrition and exercise. Diabetes is an increasingly common disease, yet each individual requires unique treatment...

by Canadian Diabetes Care Guide on Apr 3rd 2014

The Diabetes Educator Appreciation Grant was created to help recognize and support the outstanding contributions of diabetes educator health professionals across Canada. We are pleased to say…   [box color=”blue” icon=”star”]Congratulations...

by Julie Arel on Jan 17th 2014

Preface I once helped organize an international diabetes conference for hundreds of leading diabetes educators representing over 10 countries including Canada.  During a general session, the educators were asked if they had ever tried a self-injection.  They...

by Haysook Choi, BSc.N, RN, CDE on Jan 17th 2014

We, at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Toronto, are currently conducting a clinical trial aimed at preservation of pancreatic β-cell function and achievement of remission of diabetes through the short-term use of intensive insulin therapy. Through this study, participants...

by Canadian Diabetes Care Guide on Jan 10th 2014

The Leadership Sinai Centre for Diabetes is interested in researching how to protect the cells in the body that produce insulin in order to slow the progression of diabetes. We are inviting participants to join our research study.     The Centre is looking...

by Canadian Diabetes Care Guide on Jan 7th 2014

The Diabetes Educator Appreciation Grant was created to help recognize and support the outstanding contributions of diabetes educator health professionals across Canada. We are pleased to say…   [box color=”blue” icon=”star”]Congratulations...

by Sheila Walker, RD, CDE, M.Ed on Nov 20th 2013

  Self-management of Blood Glucose (SMBG) and type 2 diabetes – a review. Diabetes is an expensive disease.  People with diabetes incur medical costs that are 2-3 times higher than those without diabetes.  Blood glucose monitoring strips (at approximately...

by Canadian Diabetes Care Guide on Oct 3rd 2013

The Diabetes Educator Appreciation Grant was created to help recognize and support the outstanding contributions of diabetes educator health professionals across Canada. We are pleased to say…   [box color=”blue” icon=”star”]Congratulations...