Loads of information, particularly useful for newly diagnosed patients and family members.
Information about feet, eyes, kidneys, heart (vascular) and psychological complications that can occur in association with living with diabetes.
Diet and activity are key for diabetes management. Here, we present guidance on these and explain how diabetes may impact on work, driving, travel and your social life.
Find out more about blood glucose monitoring, targets and short term consequences of low blood glucose levels (hypoglycaemia) and high blood glucose levels (hyperglycaemia).
Increase your knowledge of the various diabetes treatments and learn how to administer medications. This section covers insulin and non-insulin treatments.
This section covers management of diabetes in pregnancy including monitoring, targets, expectations and goals. Useful for both gestational diabetes (diabetes occurring during pregnancy) and for women with established type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
This section contains information about diabetes for children, young adults and their parents or carers.
This section contains diaries, testimonials and videos of patients living with diabetes sharing their experiences and challenges they have encountered since diagnosis.
This section contains diabetes resources supporting non-English languages and ethnic minorities