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Statistics show that attending a diabetes camp can be one of the most powerful and positive experiences in a life lived with diabetes. The right camp for you and yours might even be right in your state! Shelley Yeager, Director of Outreach and Development for DECA, gives an overview of how to research and prepare for having a great time at camp.
Diabulimia is an eating disorder in which people deliberately give themselves less insulin than they need for the purpose of weight loss. Grace Shih RD, MS, has learned through trial and error and much research what it is and how to help people who suffer from it.
Student athlete Derek Kramer never let his type 1 diagnosis slow him down. Now a freshman at the University of Northern Iowa, Derek’s message to all young athletes with diabetes is to never give up and never let diabetes get in the way of your dreams.
Psychologist Jessica Bernstein shares perspectives about diabetes, including those of psychologists, philosophers, and chronic illness scholars. She’s making a documentary film to show that there is more than one way to think about the challenges of diabetes.
Laura Plunkett offers some suggestions for staying on your teen’s diabetes team.
Kirby Bowen doesn’t have diabetes, but he is a huge help to kids who do.
Cookbook author Jennifer Eloff offers up some kid-friendly recipes for a protein-rich and low carb chocolate shake and a healthy cookie that young children or teens will enjoy making.
Diabetes Health is the essential resource for people living with diabetes- both newly diagnosed and experienced as well as the professionals who care for them. We provide balanced expert news and information on living healthfully with diabetes. Each issue includes cutting-edge editorial coverage of new products, research, treatment options, and meaningful lifestyle issues.