Living with Diabetes: Ryan Clauson Thrives
Ryan Clauson |
Oct 27, 2008 |
Metformin May Aid in Weight Loss for Obese Pre-Diabetic Teen Girls
Hypos Decreased During Exercise When Basal is Discontinued
D. Trecroci |
Dec 1, 2006 |
“Discontinuing basal insulin during exercise is an effective strategy for reducing hypoglycemia in children with type 1 diabetes,” say researchers from Tampa, Florida, “but the risk of hyperglycemia is increased.”
Ronald J. Zacker, RD |
Jun 1, 2001 |
Carla Elliot liked to keep busy. A bright and outgoing 14-year-old girl, Carla involved herself in as many activities as she could. Whether it was swimming, cheerleading, softball, 4-H club meetings or simply running around the neighborhood, Carla was there.
Children Frequently Get Inaccurate Insulin Doses
Mar 1, 1996 |
Because children receive such small doses of insulin compared to adults, accurate measurement is crucial. But doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital reported in the January 1996 Diabetes Care that caregivers overdraw insulin by an average of 0.22 U.
The Pump: It Changed Their Lives
Sep 1, 1991 |
Tamara Norris and Cyndie Flores are insulin pump users who started their own business selling pump accesories. In talking with DIABETES HEALTH, Tamara and Cyndie discuss their first experiences using the insulin pump, and their decision to go into business.
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