Type 1 diabetes: Clemmy’s story
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Type 1 diabetes: Clemmy’s story

My name’s Clemmy and I have diabetes. I was diagnosed when I was 13 and I live with my parents in Reading. Before I was diagnosed I lost a lot of weight. For about a year I was very, very thin and at that point I was also getting a lot of eye infections. I […]

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Daily Exercise for Diabetes
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Daily Exercise for Diabetes

What’s so important about exercise or interesting about It. Well doctors tell us that we’re supposed to exercise three times a week for 30 minutes and that exercise we normally are looking at things like running or going to the gym. But that’s not the exercise that I’m talking about. This exercise that we tend […]

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What Does Alzheimer’s Do to the Human Brain?
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What Does Alzheimer’s Do to the Human Brain?

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia in the world. Nearly 50 million people worldwide have it, and every 66 seconds someone in the United States is diagnosed with it. It’s been called the epidemic of our century, but even after decades of research, finding a way to prevent this disease has been […]

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