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On Wednesday 13th January 2016, I was introduced to a new friend/acquaintance/buddy/partner. Since then, we have barely been separated. We’ve travelled together; we’ve climbed together; we’ve slobbed on the sofa and watched television together; we’ve been to business meetings together; we’ve been out drinking together; we’ve had fun and we’ve got stressed. I am not…

Tweet In a regular blog series, Simon O’Neill, Diabetes UK’s Director of Health Intelligence and Professional Liaison, rounds up the latest diabetes news. This week Simon rounds up the latest research and other news. Research Roundup Tregs The FDA in the US has awarded Fast Track designation to a potential new drug for the treatment…

It’s summer so the patio doors are open. I’m pottering away in the kitchen when I hear a weird splashing noise from the back garden. Tom recently got back from staying the night with a friend. As he slouched through the front door he looked thoroughly knackered and complained that he wasn’t feeling very well.…

Tweet Most of my bathroom is covered in dust sheets. The floor is covered, the toilet is covered, the towel rail is covered, the shower screen is covered and the wash basin is covered. However, the bath is free of dust sheets. My bathroom is big enough for all the essentials but not overly large.…

Tweet In a regular blog series, Simon O’Neill, Diabetes UK’s Director of Health Intelligence and Professional Liaison, rounds up the latest diabetes research. This week Simon reports on the latest healthcare and research updates. Split of newly diagnosed Type 1 diabetes by age and % We regularly hear that Type 1 diabetes is most common in children between the ages…