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Researcher Seeks Type 1 Diagnosis Experiences

If you are 10 years old or older and have Type 1 diabetes, then Michele Palk, a Master of Psychology student at Adler Graduate Professional School in Toronto, Canada, wants to hear from you…

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Study to Evaluate Needle-Free Glucagon Treatment

If you have a child with Type 1 diabetes between the ages of 4 and 16, you may be interested in a study that is currently recruiting volunteers to evaluate a new needle-free glucagon treatment for severe hypoglycemia…

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College Scholarships From the Diabetes Scholars Foundation

If you are a high school senior with Type 1 diabetes who is looking to attend an accredited four-year university, college, or technical or trade school in the fall, then you’ll want to learn more about the variety of college scholarships currently being offered by the Diabetes Scholars Foundation….

Diane Fennell

Neuropathy Common in Young Adults

New research published in the journal Diabetes Care suggests that roughly a quarter of young people with Type 2 diabetes have the condition…

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Study on Parental Stress in Caring for Children With Type 1

If you are the parent of a child between the ages of 8 and 16 who has had Type 1 diabetes for at least six months, researchers want to hear from you…

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Free Driving Clinics for Teens With Type 1

Are you a teenager with Type 1 diabetes and a valid driver’s license or learner’s permit? Then you may be interested in free driving clinics being offered by the nonprofit Juvenile Diabetes No Limits Foundation…

Scott Coulter

For Teenagers

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Study Examines Impact of Type 1 on Family Members

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Live Twitter Chat About Children With Diabetes

Diane Fennell

Treatment Guidelines for Children With Type 2 Established

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Diabetes College Scholarship Applications Now Online

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Students With Diabetes Internship Program

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Type 1 Symposium at Joslin Diabetes Center

Maryam Elarbi

Trying to Stay Positive

Maryam Elarbi

Fasting During Ramadan

Maryam Elarbi

Friends for Life 2012: Part 2

Maryam Elarbi

Friends for Life 2012: Part 1

Maryam Elarbi

Meeting Louis: FFL 2007

Maryam Elarbi

Shout Out to the Siblings

Maryam Elarbi

Thoughts On a Cure

Maryam Elarbi

ADA: “Undercover” Product Scout

Maryam Elarbi

I Can’t Stop

Maryam Elarbi

Crisis Averted

Maryam Elarbi

Impossible to Come Down From the High

Maryam Elarbi

The End Of Freshman Year

Maryam Elarbi

Friends for Life: Part 2

Maryam Elarbi

Road Trip, Part 2

Maryam Elarbi

Road Trip!

Maryam Elarbi

Constant Lows

Maryam Elarbi

Tips for Staying Motivated

Maryam Elarbi

My Experience With Metformin

Maryam Elarbi

Not Dead Yet

Maryam Elarbi

The Pros and Cons of Type 1

Maryam Elarbi

Woes of Lows

Maryam Elarbi

It’s Not a Test

Maryam Elarbi

Solo Endo Appointment

Maryam Elarbi

Children With Diabetes: Philly Conference

Maryam Elarbi

Helpful Tips for Incoming College Freshmen

Maryam Elarbi

Get Real With Yourself

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“Riding on Insulin” Ski and Snowboard Camps

Maryam Elarbi

Communication is Key

Maryam Elarbi

Adventures in Hypoglycemia

Maryam Elarbi

The Importance of Consistency

Maryam Elarbi

My Mentor

Maryam Elarbi

The Magic Number

Maryam Elarbi

College Living

Diane Fennell

Remote Continuous Glucose Monitor Approved

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What We’re Reading: “Life for A Child” Documentary

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What We’re Reading: B4U Drive Mini-Camp

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What We’re Reading: A “Sweeter” Way to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

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What We’re Reading: Pump Position Greatly Affects Insulin Delivery

Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer

Easy, Healthful Cooking With Kids

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What We’re Reading: Diabetes KidCare Kit

Jan Chait

One More Death Too Many

Tara Dairman

World Diabetes Day

Jan Chait

Will the Goblins Be Gobblin’ at My House This Year?

Tara Dairman

Low-GI Diet May Help Kids With Type 1

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What We’re Reading: Insulin Pump Safety

Jan Chait

Parents Charged in Diabetes Death

Tara Dairman

National Diabetes Month, Weeks 4 & 5: At-Risk Populations and Youth

Tara Dairman

National Diabetes Month, Week 3: Around the World

Tara Dairman

National Diabetes Month, Week 1: Caregivers

Tara Dairman

Article of the Week: To Pump, or Not to Pump?

Tara Dairman

Article of the Week: School Planning 101

Tara Dairman

Article of the Week: Be Aware of Hypoglycemia Unawareness

Joe Nelson

The Wisdom and Courage of Children

Joe Nelson

Anger! What Do You Think It’s Good For?

Jan Chait

Trying Times

Tara Dairman

Continuous Glucose Monitoring Approved for Kids

Tara Dairman

Article of the Week: Helping Young Children Succeed With Diabetes Care

Andy Stuckey

Diabetic Birthdays and an Insulin-Dependent Santa Claus

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