Holidays, like Thanksgiving, are joyous times with friends and family. But get-togethers often mean food... and lots of it!
I will never forget the family vacation I took in the summer of 2001. We drove down the West Coast, all the way from British Columbia to California. It would’ve been a wonderful trip, if we didn’t have to stop for the restroom every twenty minutes. I was hospitalized and diagnosed ...
The power of music can carry you through the good and bad times. From rough days to the sunniest of days, certain songs can inspire you to press on. There have been times in my life where type 1 diabetes (T1D) got me down. There were a few songs that I remember helping me turn things around.
Last week I had a meeting with the grandfather of a child with type 1 diabetes (T1D), who has been having some problems getting his blood sugar levels under control.
When I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) over 30 years ago, I was immediately called a "diabetic." This was the norm back then and so I came to know myself as a diabetic. I announced it freely and there was no hesitation about the wording.
I'm Meagan and I'm 20 years old. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in May 2005, shortly after turning 12, and after I had spent a long time in diabetic ketoacidosis. I was five foot seven and weighed 85 pounds. Since I was so sick leading up to my diagnosis, it was a relief to find out...
It was the late 1980s and summer had just begun. I couldn’t wait for the long summer nights hanging out with my friends but if I really wanted to make the most of it and go to two-dollar Tuesdays at the movies ...
Am I the only one who has sugar pill storage conundrums? Back in the 80s and 90s, I remember my Dextrose pills were always in a convenient rectangular package.
I often wake up in the middle of the night. For the most part I turn over and try at least to go back to sleep.