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Healthy habits fit for a Queen

The nation may be ready to wave their Union Jacks and devour cake to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, but with Diabetes Prevention Week just before (23-29 May 2022), it’s time to consider reigning in the unhealthy party foods.

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British Sign Language interpreters help more people reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes

Throughout the pandemic, we have all had to adapt how we do things, including how we deliver our services

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Gestational Diabetes: Helen Levé

I’m Helen, an educator on the National Diabetes Prevention Programme. I have been supporting people who are at risk to of developing type 2 diabetes (T2D) for the past four years.

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Hold on to your healthy habits

Blackberries are out, the leaves are starting to change colour and Christmas stock is hitting the supermarket shelves… summer is more or less over for another year.

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Feel the benefits of organic

Food picked fresh from the farm, apples rosier and crunchier than ever before, and tomatoes that ooze with flavour and juiciness... Images of organic food being tastier and healthier than conventionally produced food may have some foundation.

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Making your health a priority

It’s EveryWoman Day today, a reminder that you, as a woman, need to take care of yourself.

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Here’s to your good health

Just why is alcohol bad for you? ‘Everything in moderation’ is an old saying, but even drinking small amounts daily can be bad for us.

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Drink water, love water!

Our bodies are 60% water so keeping water levels topped up can really make a difference in how we feel and how our bodies function.

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School’s out for summer

As school holidays go, the six week summer holiday is probably number one in terms of treats on offer, with endless days out, going on holiday and, of course, copious amounts of ice cream.

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