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This research study is evaluating a new medication option for Type 2 Diabetes patients who also experience cardiovascular disease, and cardiovascular risk factors.
Living with Diabetes: A Complete Guide to Managing the Disease An estimated 9 million Canadians are affected by prediabetes or diabetes. Are you one of them? Maybe you’re a caregiver or family member of someone living with diabetes. Or perhaps you are concerned about the possibility of developing it in the future. In all likelihood,
This clinical research study is looking at the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication option for people who experience anemia associated with chronic kidney disease.
Url Do you have diabetes? Close to 3.5 million Canadians do, and the number is rising at an alarming rate. Conducting high quality research is an integral part of making the next generation of treatments available. As a person with diabetes, your role in the clinical research process is invaluable. These clinical research studies would
Testing your blood sugar is an essential part of treating and managing your diabetes. Being able to quickly determine your blood sugar level lets you know if your blood sugar level is above or below the target range. This will help you to better manage your disease, help to prevent diabetic complications, and may prevent
Living with diabetes is a challenge that affects many people every day. That challenge also brings about many common diabetes questions, most of which you can find the answers to in this diabetes FAQ. Getting answers to your questions can ease the overwhelming feelings of stress and help you to take the proper steps to improve
Incorporating physical activity and maintaining a healthy weight are important factors to managing your blood sugar levels, and preventing future diabetes related problems. It can be as simple as completing household tasks or going outside for a walk. Regular exercise can change your mood, increase your energy during the day, and be something to enjoy
People who are diabetic deal with either a complete lack of insulin (type 1 diabetes), or produce too little insulin or cannot use insulin effectively (type 2 diabetes). Insulin is produced and released into the blood by our bodies to keep blood glucose (also called blood sugar) levels under control. The higher our blood glucose
Most of us can benefit from a regular review of our eating habits, but for those living with diabetes the advantages are even greater. Simple diet changes for diabetics can make a significant difference to both everyday life and long-term health. You should look closely at the foods you’re eating day-to-day and identify where you