Diabetes Self-Management Blog

Jan Chait

Jan Chait

Jan Chait was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in January 1986. Since then, she has run the gamut of treatments, beginning with diet and exercise. She now uses an insulin pump to help treat her diabetes.

Lousy Beat and the Lyrics Are Rotten. I’ll Give It a Zero.

What Does Your Doc Know About Diabetes?

Sleepless (But Not in Seattle)

Giving Thanks—Even For Diabetes

Flying With Sharp Objects

Diabetes: Portrayal vs. Reality

Trying to Control the Uncontrollable

Should You Be Eating That?

Freedom at the End of a Leash

New Monitoring Technology Brings Movies Instead of Snapshots

Diabetes and Life and Vice Versa

Walking the Euglycemic Tightrope

Fast Days Need Slow Consideration

Life After Insulin (Yes, There is One)

Knowledge Amid Chaos

Darned If I Can Think of One Reason…

Tendon-cy for Injury

When a Camp is a Support Group

Terrorist-Inspired Diabetes Terrors Weigh on Mind

Everything I Knew About Diabetes, I Learned From My Grandmother

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