Tag Archive: American Diabetes Association

Will My Children Also Have Type 1 Diabetes?

Don’t worry family; I am not pregnant, and there is no way I’d let you find out this way! But honestly, I do have a lot of fears about being pregnant and having… Continue reading

Seeking Men!

We are seeking men with Type 1 Diabetes! Bret Ringdahl, a T1D and PhD student at the University of Georgia, is researching barriers to care and insulin adherence (especially with boys and adult… Continue reading

Diabetes Awareness — Learn the Facts!

Many people are completely unaware of what good blood sugar control is or how often I check my blood sugar, or how much insulin I give myself and why! Learn more by reading this: http://wp.me/p1xFGD-tI

Here’s to Type 2

Though type 1 and type 2 are both under the “diabetes umbrella,” it does not mean they are one in the same. I have type 1 diabetes, so a vast majority of my… Continue reading

Holiday Survival Guide

Thursday, November 28 Holiday Survival – Here’s the American Diabetes Association’s Guide to Surviving the Holidays. What’s your survival tip? Do you avoid carbs, fats, or family members? Well it is Thanksgiving — the… Continue reading

Hacking a Medical Device

November 10: News – Thanks to American Diabetes Month®, diabetes has been in the headlines this week. Did you see any diabetes articles that were interesting? Inspiring? Frustrating? While there’s no controlling what the… Continue reading

Diabetic Celebrities

Since the American Diabetes Association‘s Website is a little out of date, I am going to have to tweak the questions for Novemeber – National Diabetes Month. Here is today’s topic: November 8… Continue reading