Is there a positive side of diabetes? We asked Dr Asma Deeb, Paediatric Endocrinologist at Mafraq Hospital and diabetes researcher.
To end our summer series of the best diabetes books around, we present Bright Spots & Landmines by Adam Brown. What are your top diabetes books?
Here’s a collection of the best diabetes books that we’ve read so far. This one is Sugar Surfing by Stephen Ponder. We’d love to hear your recommendations!
Best Diabetes Books for Summer Reading: Think Like a Pancreas: A Practical Guide to Managing Diabetes with Insulin
Next in our best diabetes books summer series is Think Like A Pancreas: A Practical Guide to Managing Diabetes with Insulin, by Gary Scheiner.
Our best diabetes books for summer reading are here! First on the list is A Type 1 Diabetes Guide to the Universe by Joe Solowiejczyk.
The diabetes stigma needs to change. Whether it’s Type 1 or Type 2, there is prejudice out there that stems from ignorance. The cure is awareness.
World Cup Party Food and Your Health This weekend kicks off the quarter-final rounds of the World Cup. It has been an exciting time in our home as we have been watching the games live almost every evening. With what everyone thought were the obvious teams eliminated,...
Have you heard of Monogenic Diabetes? The vast majority of people with diabetes have either Type 1 or Type 2, so most of the information that’s out there focuses on these common types of diabetes. We wanted to explore this lesser-known type of diabetes, so we asked an...
Nighttime hypoglycemia is a common fear among parents of children with diabetes. When blood sugar falls too low during the night, the consequences can be serious, even deadly. If you are terrified of hypoglycemia at night, you’re not alone.
Do you celebrate your diaversary? That’s the anniversary of the day you received your diabetes diagnosis. Many people like to recognize this day as one more year of soldiering on, living life regardless of diabetes. Others don’t feel it’s a day to celebrate at all. What do you think?
5 Essentials for Managing Type 1 Diabetes at School
Relieve some of the anxiety you feel whenever your child with Type 1 Diabetes heads to school for the day.
You'll find tips on educating the teacher and nurse, making emergency snack boxes, traveling on the school bus and more.