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The Balancing Act

Category: Empowering people

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Physical activity, sitting and sleep (24-hour movement behaviours) are crucial for physical and mental health. For adolescents with type 1 diabetes, standard adolescent changes combined with the required 24-hour management of the condition, creates unique challenges. Strathclyde research aims to inform clinical guidance to enable adolescents with type 1 diabetes to achieve the optimum balance of movement behaviours and lead healthier, happier lives. 

Entrant: Mhairi Patience , Psychology

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