Diabetes Self-Management Blog

This article from the Diabetes Self-Management archives, written by a pediatric specialist from the Joslin Diabetes Center, covers a wide variety of issues having to do with kids and diabetes. The article discusses how children feel about insulin injections and blood glucose monitoring, their psychological reactions to having diabetes, and how to help them build their coping skills.

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And remember that articles on a wide variety of diabetes topics are always available in our magazine archives section!

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Kids & Diabetes
Sweet-Smelling Breath Holds Promise as Tool for Diagnosing Diabetes (12/12/14)
JDRF 2015 Children's Congress (11/17/14)
Ski and Snowboard Camps for Kids With Diabetes (10/06/14)
Students With Diabetes Now Accepting 2015 Internship Applications (09/22/14)

Emotional Health
Why Me? Diabetes and the Story of Job (12/15/14)
How Helping Others Helps You (12/10/14)
Three Ways to Cope With Stress (12/08/14)
Diabetes Holiday Blues (11/25/14)

 

 

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