All things Type 1

Taking their "man’s best friend" status to the next level, certain breeds of dogs are now some people's furry hero. Alert dogs are trained to detect hypo/hyperglycaemia amongst people with diabetes. In Australia, some organisations exist to raise and train...
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Diabetes is the epidemic of the 21st century that affects millions of people worldwide. According to Diabetes Australia, approximately 1.8 million people in Australia are currently suffering from this disease. It is also estimated that around 280 people develop the disease every day. However, despite the number of people being diagnosed each year, there still isnt a great deal of awareness about the condition. Many people are unaware of the differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and the fact that there is actually a third type of diabetes called gestational diabetes.
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Keeping your CGM safe can be tough at the best of times. Add something like swimming or exercise to the mix and it can be game over. CGM’s are amazing technology that can really help improve the quality of life for people living with diabetes. However, the technology is still very expensive – especially when you consider the multitude of other diabetes related expenses in your life.
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