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TweetIf gluten makes your belly sad, here’s some news to make your tummy smile: a supplement is being considered to help people with Celiac disease eat foods with gluten. People suffering from Celiac disease or any degree of gluten sensitivity … Continue reading
TweetMothers have a significant impact on their children, but a mother with Type 1 diabetes has more of an impact than meets the eye. A study shows that mothers who have T1D influence the development of their child’s brain. Specifically, T1D … Continue reading
TweetWomen who are overweight or obese after menopause have an increased risk of breast cancer. To make matters worse, women who are more obese have an increased risk of being diagnosed with the most common form of breast cancer and … Continue reading
TweetIf only we knew of an effective way to slow the onset of Type 1 diabetes. Starting with this premise, Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant at University of Birmingham, Dr. Parth Narendran speaks with me about how exercise may prove … Continue reading
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TweetDiabetes can be overwhelming. Your medical team guides you on the clinical treatment of diabetes but the emotional support is paramount to the success of diabetes management. Having lived with diabetes since 1985, I can offer support to condition your way of thinking … Continue reading
TweetResearchers have been able to identify what children may be at a higher risk for developing Type 1 diabetes. Given the higher risk predisposition, why is it some people develop T1D and others do not? Dr. Jessica Dunne, Senior Scientist … Continue reading