by Jen M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
Our first CDE scolded me for my mistake. Our second took a different approach — and became a model for how I parent my teenage son.
Change is coming to the way pilots with type 1 diabetes are evaluated for commercial licenses — if these high-flying T1s have anything to do with it.
by Heather Schuerman, guest blogger, Raisingrushandemmy.wordpress.com
There’s never a good time for a T1D diagnosis. Especially in November.
For you, the scariest part of type 1 diabetes is a severe low. For her, it might be facing the kids at school afterward. Here’s how you can help.
by Kerri Sparling, guest blogger, SixUntilMe.com
My blood sugar was 385 mg/dL, but I definitely did NOT eat those cupcakes.
If you’d like to help further diabetes research without raising a dime — or walking, running, or pedaling a mile — here are some more great ways to get involved.
by Kim M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
Complaining about it didn’t solve any problems. Looking for the positive has made all the difference.
Does she have a major medical issue? Yes. Is she healthy? Yes!! If anything, she’s probably healthier than most. Here’s why.
Here’s what I’d like to say to the general population about how to deal with food around my child with type 1 diabetes.
Trusting teens with more of their own diabetes care is a lot to ask…of their parents. In the final episode of Talking Type 1, the kids get a glimpse at how their parents are handling it — or not.