Whether it's a general study about nutrition and blood sugar or promising new advance in diabetes care, researchers are continuously learning more about diabetes as it pertains to the health of Canadians.
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Young people with type 1 diabetes deal with stigma
For teens and young adults with type 1 diabetes, feelings of shame and stigma about their condition can lead to poor blood sugar control. Find out what a new study by the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre in Montreal reveals about the link between how young people feel about their diabetes and their health status, and how researchers believe the perceived stigma of a diabetes diagnosis can be lessened.
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Canada's new food guide provides evidence-based advice to help Canadians live healthily
You may have heard that Canada has a new Food Guide. Learn about the new recommendations and what they mean for Canadians with diabetes who are looking to reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
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