It’s taken a long time, and a case about eyeglasses, to figure out how the Americans with Disabilities Act protects people with diabetes.
A professional field hockey player with Type 1 explains how he balances his blood sugar levels before, during, and after intense training.
A study found that students who receive more breaks maintain better blood glycemic control.
We’ve created two game boards from Laura Kronen’s list of the 24 highs and lows she’s experienced with Type 1 diabetes.
A lawyer examines an important case in diabetes workplace discrimination law.
A mother hopes the generosity of the Diabetes Online Community will help her daughter return to Camp Nejeda this summer.
A summer intern describes the experience of working at a place where everyone understands diabetes.
A globetrotter with Type 1 shares how to enjoy the journey, even when you forget your insulin in Kuala Lumpur.
A mother shares the zenlike and hilarious ways she and her husband have learned to accept their daughter’s diabetes.
38% of women with Type 1 over the age of 65 have osteoporosis or osteopenia.
An online Australian program tests writing as a therapeutic tool for diabetes self-care.
We’re tracking three pitchers and an outfielder with diabetes who are performing at an elite level in professional sports.
Multiple studies have shown that women die younger than men with the condition.
The drug can now be used to treat diabetic macular edema.
A lawyer examines the patchwork laws governing people with diabetes and licenses to drive.
Before she passed away, chemist Heathra Whitlow shared how attitude and a little chemistry knowledge shaped her diabetes care.
Taking care of a child with diabetes is an art, not a science. Learn how one mother does it in the first of a two-part series.
Here are more tips for keeping it together while keeping your child with diabetes healthy. The conclusion of a 2-part series.
A parent of a teen diagnosed with Type 1 describes the struggles of predicting what a dying pancreas might do.
The diabetes online community finds a romantic way to support people with Type 1 in the developing world.
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