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Effect of social exclusion and bullying on adolescents

Adolescents who had experienced being socially excluded and bullied by peers report frequent pain and use non-prescription analgesics to treat the pain. Read here

Lived experience of Diabulimia

The deliberate administration of insufficient insulin for the purpose of weight loss termed 'Diabulimia' is explored from the perspective of those with lived experience. Read here

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November: Diabetes

In support of World Diabetes Day on 14th November, this BMC Series focus issue places the spotlight on research advancing knowledge and patient care in diabetes. Our open-access content is available permanently, and highlights include genomics, neuroscience, and public health topics. 

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