Q: “I’m worried our son is heading towards diabetes burnout. I’ve read about giving kids a ‘diabetes vacation’ to help them through times of stress. What does that mean exactly, and how do I do it?” Find an expert answer here.
by Brooke Wheeler, guest blogger, FingerPrickinGood.com
All of these make-ahead meals are a breeze to prepare, withstand freezing and thawing really well, and are absolutely delicious.
by Kim M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
Our goal has been for Kaitlyn to take on more responsibilities. But she still has a lot to learn when it comes to making good diabetes decisions.
The misconception is everywhere — friends, neighbors, teachers. Even healthcare professionals sometimes don’t understand that there’s a difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. I think a new name would help. Here’s why.
Browse the archives of the DiabetiConfessions Tumblr and you’ll find secrets ranging from the lighthearted to the heartbreaking.
What’s a family with T1D and celiac disease to do when a craving for warm, cinnamon-y, carbalicious autumn baked goods strikes? Guest blogger Jewels Doskicz offers three delectable recipes.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month, a time to shine the spotlight on diabetes and diabetes research. Here are some creative ways you and your family can raise awareness about diabetes in your local and virtual communities this month.
“This chocolate cake is so good, it will give you diabetes.” For every person out there trying to set the record straight about type 1 diabetes, there are at least 10 others just adding to the confusion.
by Jen M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
When James was given a school assignment to research any topic about human anatomy that he might be interested in, I got a new little window into how he feels about diabetes.
by Stacey Simms, guest blogger, Diabetes Connections
My mother’s wedding day advice proved helpful not just for our marriage but for type 1 diabetes care too.