Research has revealed over 45,000 Type 2 Diabetes diagnoses were missed or delayed as a result of this year’s four-month
Thousands of runners took part in the 17th edition of the Great Manchester Run on Sunday, including the usual array of professionals, celebrities and ordinary people putting in extraordinary efforts for charity.
This Sunday sees the 17th edition of the Great Manchester Run take place – an event which is now firmly ingrained as one of the city’s annual sporting highlights.
Manchester is a special place for Andrew Clayton.
‘Since Jade I’ve not been to hospital’: Swinton diabetic wants Crufts recognition for his lifesaver pooch pal
A Swinton dog lover admits making the final in the Kennel Club’s Eukanuba Friends for Life competition at Crufts 2016 would be unbelievable after his special pooch was nominated for a spot in the prestigious contest.
Diabetes services in Manchester are thriving, while hundreds of patients in other regions are being denied vital information about how to cope with their lifelong disease.
Bury was sixth and Tameside ninth in the league table of areas of the UK ranked by the number of takeaway restaurants they have per 100,000 residents.
Manchester youth worker takes on Great North Run for diabetes brother and others ‘going through same journey’
A youth worker from Manchester will be putting on her running shoes and taking part in the Great North Run to raise money for Diabetes UK – and ‘help families that are going through the same journey’.
A new law is set to come into effect in September and schools across Greater Manchester will have to ensure they have individual healthcare plans and medical policies in place
In the saddle: Diabetes UK appeals for Manchester cyclists to choose charity in London 100-mile bike race
Manchester’s cyclists are being encouraged to raise money for Diabetes UK by taking part in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey100 challenge.
39% of diabetes sufferers denied vital test strips to monitor blood levels as health bosses ‘ration’ to save money
People with diabetes denied the chance to monitor their blood glucose levels