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Each month talkhealth runs a health-related survey asking for your feedback and opinions on a wide range of topics covering both specific and general health conditions.
The short survey will comprise no more than 20 questions with easy to pick answers, along with an opportunity to voice your opinion.
Survey on: Diabetes
Survey closes: 2 February 2018
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Diabetes is a condition that causes a person's blood sugar level to become too high. The hormone insulin – produced by the pancreas – is responsible for controlling the amount of glucose in the blood. There are two main types of diabetes: type 1 – where the pancreas doesn't produce any insulin – people with type 1 will have been born with the condition, and type 2 – where the pancreas doesn't produce enough insulin or the body's cells don't react to insulin – those with type 2 will have developed it through lifestyle choices (i.e. poor diet, being obese).
talkhealth are at the early stages of potentially launching a dedicated diabetes hub to offer support and advice to those who are living with diabetes, or think they may be at risk of developing the condition. In order to understand more about the condition, we would like you to tell us about your experience and understanding of diabetes.
The survey will close on Friday 2nd February. On closure all entrants who have completed the survey in its entirety will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win 1 of 100 pedometers!
We truly value and appreciate your assistance and feedback in the development of our new diabetes hub. Please be assured that your personal information and direct answers will not be sent to any third parties. Thank you for your help.
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Survey on: Allergies and Eczema
Survey closed 1 November 2017
If you had eczema as a child, or are caring for a child with eczema, you’ll know that you are more likely to also have allergies or sensitivity to foods such as eggs, nuts, dairy, and wheat. You may also be prone to airborne allergies such as hay fever or allergic rhinitis. Whilst the link between these conditions has been established, more scientific research is being undertaken with the aim of finding ways to help patients manage their condition better.
We recently (September 2017) ran a survey in order to hear the patient perspective to see how closely the two are linked and how supportive the medical profession are in acknowledging and helping people with these two conditions...
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