Diabetes in the news: 1-7 December 2015

Child diabetes campaign launched in Scotland (BBC News)

Campaign launched to spot early signs of type 1 diabetes (The National)

Daytime naps ‘may increase risk of developing type 2 diabetes’ (Evening Standard)

Tax on sugary drinks backed by MPs (BBC News)

Type 2 diabetes can be cured through weight loss, Newcastle University finds (Telegraph)

Fat loss from pancreas ‘can reverse’ effects of type-2 diabetes (The Independent)

Diabetes rates in US appear to be falling but racial disparities remain (The Guardian)

IDF Diabetes Atlas Daily Mail article (MailOnline)

Ensure people with type 2 diabetes are involved in decisions about their care (NICE)

Why Coffee May Protect Against Type 2 Diabetes (Time)

Sugar tax only part of strategy we need to fight diabetes (Yorkshire Post)

Pensioner who has lived with diabetes for 80 years awarded charity medal (BT)

Henry Slade: Exeter centre set for operation on suspected leg break (BBC Sport)



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