My name is Jack Bridge. I’m 24 years old, and have been swimming since I was 4. I represent TeamGB, and at London 2012 came fourth in the 100m breaststroke, and in 2014 came fourth in the European Championships. This year I have decided to take part in the Diabetes UK Swim 22 challenge, where…

I’m Jack Bridge, and I’m a para athlete swimmer. I’ve been in the pool since I was four years old, and now swim an average of twenty miles per week. I’ve competed in the Paralympics and World Championships, in backstroke, breaststroke and medley races. It’s a great form of exercise, for many reasons. It…

On Monday, NHS England kicked off the New Year by publishing in full their long-awaited NHS Long Term Plan. This plan will set the direction of the NHS in England for the next five years, and explains how the service will spend its new £20bn cash injection. We’ve been working hard, both publicly and behind…

You might have seen today’s exciting news about Type 2 diabetes remission: NHS England has committed to piloting a Type 2 diabetes remission programme in 2019. With similar commitments from NHS Scotland earlier this year, you might be wondering what this means for you… Our research into action This is fantastic news. Last year, we…

We’re looking at what stops you becoming more active and what changes you can make that will benefit you if you’re living with diabetes. It can be hard to motivate yourself to become more active. But we’re hoping to change that for you with our new videos and advice on moving more and getting active…