PROVIDING VITAL INSULIN COOLING FOR CHILDREN IN INDIA As part of our ongoing charitable donations, we recently donated 200 of our blue Duo FRIO wallets to The Pendsey Trust, a UK charity that funds diabetes care [...]
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Life with type 1 diabetes takes on many forms of daily responsibilities which can understandably bring occasional stress and concerns. It takes thought and consideration to navigate your day - and every day is different [...]
Diabetes in the Wild - Long Distance Hiking as a Type 1 Diabetic We are proud to be sponsoring a fantastic team of people with type 1 diabetes as they embark on an awe-inspiring journey [...]
DiAthlete’s Global Tour hits the big screen FRIO ambassador Gavin Griffiths, aka DiAthlete, recently completed his Global Tour where he travelled to eight countries in six continents around the world. In each region he met [...]
High temperatures not only put the quality of your insulin at risk, but cause blood sugar levels to fluctuate making it harder to anticipate diabetic hypoglycaemia. When you’re enjoying long days in the sun this [...]
1. Keeping medicines cool Many medicines come with advice to store them at room temperature (18-26°C) including over-the- counter medicines such as paracetamol, ibuprofen and eye drops, as well as vital medicines such as insulin, [...]
As part of our ongoing charitable donations to UK charity Giving World, we are pleased to say that we recently donated over £12,000 worth of products to help people living in poverty keep their vital [...]
We recently carried out a survey on our website to find out more about people’s experiences of diabetes testing and now we have the results! Our survey revealed that men are suffering with undiagnosed diabetes [...]
We caught up with diathlete Gavin Griffiths recently when he provided a type 1 diabetes education session to the children and parents of the Diabetes UK Pembrokeshire group. Since being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes [...]
Rama's Type 2 Diabetes Diary Before my official type 2 diabetes diagnosis, I was feeling groggy, tired and quite dizzy for about six months and just had a feeling that something wasn't right. After looking [...]