Man Manual Sources: Diabetes For Men (2018)

References and images used in the Diabetes For Men publication, 2018
Sources

The MHF is committed to fully participating in NHS England’s Information Standard Scheme for health and social care information. We intend to comply with all aspects and requirements of the Scheme Standard.

A list of sources for Diabetes For Men (2018) follows:

What is diabetes (page 4):

Diabetes and diet (page 12): 

Diabetes and exercise (page 18):

Diabetes and sex (page 21): 

The medical stuff (page 25):

These references were correct at June 2018.

Photo Credits

A list of photographic credits for Diabetes For Men (2018) follows:

Cover: Jim Pollard.

Page 3:  Sugar? by elzoh (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Page 4: Beer Gut by bareknuckleyellow (CC BY 2.0)

Page 6: Steve Redgrave by Ollie Harding (CC BY 2.0)

Page 8: Sikh smile by Paul Hamilton (CC BY-SA 2.0), Older man by Ari Merretazon Knight Foundation (CC BY-SA 2.0) and  Smoking by Craig Cloutier (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Page 12: Jim Pollard

Page 18: Dave McCairley

Page 19: Tape Measure by Pink Sherbet Photography/D Sharon Pruit (CC BY 2.0

Page 21: Cats on the bed by Robert Couse-Baker (CC BY 2.0

Page 25: I grieve by frankieleon (CC BY 2.0

Page 34: Dead End by Christopher Dombres (public domain)

All cartoons by John Byrne.

The credits were correct as at June 2018.

 

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