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Food photography winner; Pencils that grow into plants; Moves
for sustsainable fishing. P.9.
Leather medical ID bracelets; HypoBand alarm;
Launch of the limited
edition pink Mobile meter. P.10. I
do like to talk shop with other diabetics. It's that easy
familiarity with diabetes technology, or similar insights
into diet. We don't see food the same way as other
people. We don't think about technology in the same way
either. I had a lovely chat with a chap called Martyn who
shared his choice of diabetes kit with me, which you can
read about on p.12. Likewise, it's great to hear about nontechnological
advances in helping people live with diabetes.
I've heard about 'hypo dogs' before, and they seem to be
gaining in accesibility. In oonjuction with a limited edition
launch of it's Mobile meter, Accu-Chek UK is sponsoring the
training of a Medical Detection Dog (the training starts when
they are a puppy, the name of which has yet to be revealed).
These dogs not only supply notice of low (or high) blood
sugars but also companionship and comfort to people living
wiht 'brittle' diabetes. Reach more on p.16. We also have two
copies of the latest edition of Carbs&Cals Counter on p.18.
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A new edition of Carb & Calorie Counter is now available.
Read all about it on p.18.