People with diabetes

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Several kinds of battle


Several different battles are illustrated by the contents of this Issue of Diabetes Voice. The first of these is the battle individuals face to maintain any kind of diabetes self-care in the wake of cataclysmic natural disasters – hurricanes, typhoons, inundations, earthquakes, forest fires or whatever form these disasters may take.

Taking big steps - a look back at World Diabetes Day 2013

Diabetes care in Rwanda - against all odds


 

Testing the limits - the double burden of diabetes and disaster

 

The Asian diabetes phenotypes - challenges and opportunities

 

Addressing the challenge of GDM in the developing world - perspectives from rural western Kenya

Hyperglycaemia and Adverse Pregnancy Outcome (HAPO) 2014 - fact, frustration and future needs

The concept of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) or hyperglycaemia in pregnancy has long been recognised but is still the subject of much controversy.1 Many different screening protocols and clinical guidelines exist, but no international consensus, and even within countries there is considerable confusion as to what constitutes best practice.

New IDF Guideline for managing type 2 diabetes in older people

Just over 8.3% of the global population has diabetes.1 Increasing age is a significant risk factor for type 2 diabetes but the diagnosis is often missed or delayed because the clinical presentation is different from that in younger people. Diabetes is a major cause of complications, reduced quality of life and changed physical and mental functioning in older people.2,3,4 It is also a leading cause of death in older people from cardiovascular and other related medical co-morbidities. In addition, many older people have additional risk factors for diabetes and may have undiagnosed complications.


Diabetes Voices - the power of learning for life

Discrimination and diabetes

The DAWN2TMstudy has categorized a massive amount of information on different aspects of the needs of people with diabetes, and the findings on discrimination are amongst the most interesting. The history of the condition provides many examples of its unacceptable consequences.


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