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Bariatric Surgery Shows Significant Effect on Obese Type 1s
Feb 25, 2014 | 
Here's a development to keep your eye on: Bariatric surgery performed on a small group of morbidly obese type 1s led to considerable weight loss, improved glycemic control, and improved metabolic profiles up to three years later.
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How Much Does an Olympian Cross Country Skier Train and What Does He Eat?
Feb 9, 2014 | 
On Friday, the official opening day of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, we featured an interview with Olympic cross-country skier Kris Freeman, a type 1 who is participating in his fourth Olympiad. We thought it would be interesting to delve a little more into Kris's training regimen, including the foods he eats to fuel the high energy demands of his races.
Type 1 Drug Wins Orphan Status
Jan 16, 2014 | 
DV-100, a drug designed to halt the body's autoimmune attack on pancreatic beta cells that leads to type 1 disease, has won orphan drug status from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Afraid of the Dark
Jan 15, 2014 | 
One of the scariest moments of my diabetes life, so far, happened recently. Just a few months ago, after an intense cardio workout, I experienced something terrifying. It was so scary, it left me shaking, sobbing, and curled up like a baby in my husband's arms.
People with Type 2 Also Suffer Dawn Phenomenon
Jan 5, 2014 | 
Researchers have found that the dawn phenomenon, a rise in blood glucose in the early morning hours, affects both people with type 1 and people with type 2 diabetes.
Finding Joy and Having Fun Every Day: the Diabetic Parent Journals, Part 3
Dec 9, 2013 | 
Most of the time, I'm the teacher and my two-and-a-half year old son is the student. But not always. Right now, my son is teaching me about acceptance. He looks at the day--or whatever situation he's in--and embraces it for what it is. If rain falls, he delights in it, telling me with a huge grin that, "Rain fall! From sky!"
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