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Type 1: The Emotions That Come With Diabetes

Having diabetes can produce a whole series of feelings and emotions. Examining these “emotional aspects” will help us take care of ourselves both psychologically and physically. In this column, Daryn Stier addresses some of the issues that often arise among people with diabetes and their family and friends. How can I handle my insulin reactions … Continue reading Type 1: The Emotions That Come With Diabetes

Living with Type 1 Diabetes: Thats What D- Friends Are For

It’s funny how life puts you together with people that are dealing with the same health issues. Maybe there are just so many of us struggling with diabetes that it’s natural to find each other, or maybe we are in the right place at the right time. I manage a charity store where I meet … Continue reading Living with Type 1 Diabetes: Thats What D- Friends Are For

Sometimes I Worry That I Am Just Not That Great at Managing Diabetes

  I watch all these friends with diabetes that totally own their diabetes. They appear to master it. They have gadgets and gizmos and they know how to use them. Their lines on their blood sugar graphs look amazingly flat and steady. I’m not sure if they really do master it, or they are just … Continue reading Sometimes I Worry That I Am Just Not That Great at Managing Diabetes

Diabetes Health Round Up

AskNadia: My Doctor Won’t Perform Surgery Because of My High A1C Type 2 Diabetes: 200-pound Loss Helps Phillip Get Off of Insulin and Metformin Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: 10 Risk Biomarkers Can Help Predict Cardiovascular Risks in Type 2 Diabetes That’s What D-Friends Are For Diabetes Health in The News Podcast: Diabetes and … Continue reading Diabetes Health Round Up