Your Diabetes News Report
Individual Research Shows How to Reduce Diabetic Medication
Type 2 Diabetes Link with Alzheimer's Disease
However, there may be some good news. Clinical trials into a diabetic drug that may slow the generation of Alzheimer's are scheduled for this summer Read more...
Diabetes Emergency Cards Now Available to International Travelers
Three Week Diet with Moderate Exercise Reduces Diabetes Risk
Skin Tissue Changes Warns of Prospective Amputation
A study shows drinking 1 or 2 cups of coffee per day can reduce the risk of developing diabetes type 2. Read more...
Gene-link to Diabetes Type 2 Discovered
Type 2 Diabetes Strongly Linked to Being Overweight
Partial Pancreas Transplant Hailed as a Success
Passive Smoking Linked to Diabetes
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How This Diabetes News Report Works
When you enter 'diabetes news' into the search engines you get thousands of results offered - many of which are repeated.
The news covered ranges from local interest stories; such as fund raising in the local community, to the cutting-edge results of diabetes research.
I'm guessing ('cause it's what I tend to look for) you're probably more interested in diabetes news that makes life easier for you; gives relevant and important advice; warns about actions that could be detrimental to your health and so on.
So I thought you might find it handy to have a 'filtered diabetes news page' - and that's what this is.
Deciding Which Diabetes News is Relevant
This is what happens:
I trawl for new diabetes news stories
I read each one (obviously!)
I then stick my Editor's hat on and ask myself these 4 questions:
If I believe it gets through these OK then it gets added to this Your Diabetes News Report page.
Do I Always Get it Right?
Probably not! 'Cause I'm human and I might miss something. If you happen to see a news item you believe other diabetics would want to know about, and it isn't already listed, then I (and my other visitors) would really appreciate you taking the time and trouble to pop a note to me. Include the URL to the news article you found so I can check it out. Send your Diabetes news lead.
What You Get in Your Diabetes News Report
This page contains the headline and a brief summary of the news article. The link then goes to the full story in a new window.
This Your Diabetes News Report page is updated every 7 - 14 days, unless something really crucial catches my eye in which case I add it immediately. The important thing is you don't get inundated with hundreds of news items every day (especially if you subscribe to my mini-blog; see below)- only the pertinent and useful ones are included.
How to Keep Up to Date with Your Diabetes News
Subscribe to my mini-blog using the links on the left, at the bottom of the navigation panel. Every time I add new material, including interesting news items, you get a notice in your RSS reader. It's so much easier than having to remember to check back regularly and it means you don't miss important progress in diabetes research and news.
If you are unfamiliar with RSS you can find out more hereTop