Professor Anna Gloyn is a renowned diabetes researcher. Her research is focused on uncovering the genetics behind Type 2 diabetes, to learn more about how and why it develops. Anna’s work has been recognised around the world, and she is a recipient of a European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Rising Star Award (2005),…

UPDATE: 20/03/2019 If you’re living with or affected by diabetes, you’ll no doubt have been closely following reports in the news about the potential impact of a no-deal Brexit on supplies of medicines, particularly insulin. Also, see below for what no deal Brexit means for European Health Insurance Cards. We want to use this blog…

Obviously, I love swimming. I’m never happier than when I’m in the pool. But it’s also really good for you. Any activity that gets your body moving, heart pumping, and endorphins flowing is worth trying, but swimming is unique in a few ways. Here’s five reasons why swimming is so good for you. It’s non…

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…