The Chicago Bears’ signing of quarterback Jay Cutler to a 7-year deal shows that T1 folks are tough enough for anything.
Dating is tricky. Dating with diabetes is trickier.
To save money, an Oregon health board limits test strips for a state health plan. Andy Holder worries about the human costs.
An advanced wound care treatment will be reimbursed at a drastically reduced rate.
A mother of an active 7-year-old with T1 weighs the pros and cons of the MiniMed Revel and the OmniPod pumps.
Tips for Travel with Type 1 diabetes.
1 in 8 health-care dollars in the U.S. is spent on diabetes care. Tom Daschle says we must do more to prevent and manage diabetes.
Even with the newest diabetes tech equipment, lows happen. Andy Holder shares how he arrived at a BG reading of 22.
What if you threw a diabetes awareness month and no one came?
Two studies point to a link between elevated BG and cognitive decline, but is the news as bad as it sounds?
Columnist Sandra Henderson shares how a team of school officials make sure her T1 daughter eats well at school.
Diabetes burnout can hit everyone, even an “Ironman.”
A Finnish study finds parenthood lowers T1 mortality rates.
President Obama takes diabetes care into his own hands during a speech.
Starting college with diabetes can be a scary experience, unless you’ve got a T1 crew by your side.
Learning the hard way that being T1D means you should always be prepared.
Evidence continues to mount that dogs can sniff out hypoglycemic episodes.
The two share insight on research and inspiration for the T1 community.
A mother of a child with Type 1 discusses how she navigates trick-or-treating.
As T1 Triathlete “Iron” Andy Holder demonstrates in his latest column, accepting support from friends and family sometimes can be the bravest thing one can do in life.
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