Halloween tips for families with Type 1 diabetes or any type of insulin dependent diabetes including carb sheet and safe fun alternatives during Covid.
Editor's Note: I often advocate for not just my daughter's health and safety, but the general diabetes community as well. This post focuses on my personal experiences and beliefs and indeed includes my educated opinions derived from thorough research from sources I've listed below. Many others who do not know me well often feel entitled … Continue reading Mental Health: Diabetes & Pandemic Burnout 2022
Everything you need to know about the Libre 2 iGM and Dexcom in the U.S.
All I want for Christmas is a cure for Type 1 diabetesCoral Deng, 6 weeks old, and her Dexcom G5 receiver used since June 2016Lately, I've come across even fellow [older] Type 1 diabetics who take the backseat of managing this relentless disease and think it's not all that bad. Sure, I can ask them, … Continue reading Christmas Wish
In case you missed it on Instagram or Facebook, Here are a few essential points of diabetes etiquette in social card format for you to download (right click on mouse) and share with friends and/or family. This is primarily for those managing Type 1 diabetes because it takes a heck of a lot more work … Continue reading Diabetes Etiquette