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ISSUE 120

The small Print

With our website and monthly online

magazine we aim to bring diabetesrelated

information to anyone who

wishes to read it. Our editorial sections

presently include kit, news, food news

and features. As far as kit is concerned,

we product listings so you can then

to choose what's best for your own

diabetes care. We are not necessarily

recommending products but bringing

you information about them.

We include global news stories

with a local focus on the UK and Irish

markets. Sources are supplied as often

as possible so you can go back and

read the original or fuller reports.

Features are on any and all aspects of

living with diabetes. We tend to focus

on new products and technological

advancements. Sometimes features

are themed specifically for T1D or for

T2D; you can pick what you want to

read about.

Adverts are supplied by

advertisers and we do not implicitly

endorse the suppliers or products

involved. If an item is sponsored, such

as the feature or news sections, then it

is written by Desang with advertising

banners associated with the sponsor;

the sponsor does not have full editorial

control but they do have input.

Advertorial is stated as such - it will

say 'advertisement promotion' and may

look like the rest of the magazine's

design but it is written in collaboration

with the advertiser. They get their

message across but with advice and

input from Desang's writers and

editors.

Trademark and Copyright symbols

are not included in editorial coverage,

only within adverts. These marks are

not necessarily of interest to readers

and impede the reading experience. If

we included them for every product

covered the pages would be a very

unappealing to read.

We aim to bring you information,

but it's your diabetes. Talk to you

medical team if you have further

questions or concerns. While

we report on products such as

supplements or glycaemic index and

carb-counting as part of diet, it is your

responsibility to find out more if you

need to.

We include coverage of all sorts of

foods - soft drinks, chocolate, booze -

as these are part of normal life. We are

not encouraging consumption of these

items, we are bringing you information

about them. You choose what you eat.

We'd include soft drinks as they can

come in handy for treating a hypo, not

necessarily as part of a diabetic diet. Ta-dah! Welcome to the

'new look' for the magazine,

something semi-decent to

have come out of lockdown

3. The design has not been changed

since we launched it back in 2012.

Hopefully this is a welcome 'evolution.'

There have been some gentle

tweaking aimed mainly at making the

magazine easier to read and navigate.

Sections - news, kit, food and living

- are each colour-coded. The biggest

changes are the front cover logo and

these inside edit and contents pages.

By making this section two pages, it's

much easier to see what's inside the

issue. I hope you like it.

Other than that, it's business

as usual, and in the same order of

appearance. There's plenty of news,

EDITOR'S COMMENT

including some food news (fancy

learning how to ferment things?).

Wellness is a word we will all be

hearing a lot more of as we all come

out of a long year of uncertainty,

lockdowns and in some cases

tragedy. We have a Covid report on

how to regain and maintain your

confidence at this point in time. In

addition, Abbott hosted a Wellness

Festival, and you're invited to take a

look, including finding out how Elise

Quarrington is training her dog to

sniff out her hypos.

We catch up with Medtronic

Diabetes Care with a good look at

its latest insulin pump, the MiniMed

780G Advanced Hybrid Closed Loop

(AHCL), including a look at what

the parent company in the USA is

looking to bring out in the future. As

ever, we end this issue with a Making

Carbs Count story, this time on

spring greens including cavalo nero

and kale, and a warming soup from

Riverford Farm.

sue.marshall@desang.net

Sue Marshall

Angela Coffey is a freelance writer with extensive

experience in the healthcare sector. Previously she

edited Diabetes UK's membership magazine, Balance.

Julia Britten, is a graphic designer and runs JBS Print,

Design & Websites: www.jbsprint.co.uk

James Anstee is a Marketing Consultant specialising

in social media and content creation through his

business Content 4 Social.

www.contact4social.co.uk

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ISSUE 120

MAKING

CARBS

COUNT

EAT YOUR GREENS!

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Alarm fatigue and

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