Have a laugh at these hilarious (and real) type 1 diabetes autocorrect fails.
Each activity poses slightly different considerations when it comes to balancing blood sugar and performance.
A nurse designed the clever experiment that’s helping healthcare providers “get” diabetes.
It’s easy for parents to mistake warning signs of this life-threatening disease for other common childhood conditions — or overlook them altogether.
Q: “Our daughter is entering puberty, and we want to help her be prepared, especially when it comes to how menstruation could affect her blood sugar management. What should we know?” Find an expert answer here.
From the funny to the truly frustrating, those little everyday challenges that diabetes brings to child-rearing are, if nothing else, unique.
by Libby Russell, guest blogger, IHavetheSugars.com
Looking back over the past 11 years, there are three key memories that I want to share to help provide some perspective about what your teenager might be going through.
A nurse’s words can make all the difference in a family’s outlook on type 1 diabetes.
by By Tara Bryant-Gray
The technology we have now for managing type 1 diabetes — allowing us to see blood sugars in real time, all the time— is truly amazing. But it can have a downside.
Grace Rooney hopes her book will help kids know that they are not alone in their fears, concerns, and questions when a brother or sister has type 1.