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Diabetes

  • Coping with Covid-19 and Diabetes in the classrooms during this new normal

    Going back to school is becoming the main topic in the US and the world - How do we do it safely and what can happen if all safe guards fail?  The...
  • Treating Lows as Quickly as Possible is Key

    Every once in a while, research studies come out and prove what you knew to be true all along. For example, a systematic review and meta-analysis (looking at the results from multiple studies simultaneously) in Emergency Medicine Journal in 2017 compared how quickly glucose tablets worked compared to other dietary sugars for treating hypoglycemia (a low blood glucose) in adults who had symptoms.
  • Pregnancy as a diabetic

    I am 30 weeks pregnant. Because I love to be active, being pregnant has caused me to change my normal routine to yoga and swimming, twice in week. ...
  • Sage Advice

    Hi, my name is Sage. I am a team USA athlete and a previous World Champion. I am 19 years old and have had diabetes for 16 years now. I travel arou...
  • Your eyes and Diabetes

    Diabetes can manifest in the eye (known as diabetic retinopathy or diabetic macular edema) even BEFORE diagnosis! The retina at the back of the eye...
  • 8 Foods to Help Control Diabetes

    We have compiled a list of 8 foods that benefit people with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes.  These foods will help them to control insulin sensitivity and other problematic diabetic effects.
  • Families Affected By Diabetes and Why I Do What I Do

    Here is where my heart cries out. As a type 1 diabetic, I can feel sorry for myself for having this 24/7-365 debilitating disease where everything affects my blood sugar. The disease can and often does lead to blindness, heart disease, or amputations. But what hurts the most is how the disease affects the ones closest to me...