Type 1: The Emotions That Come With Diabetes

Having diabetes can produce a whole series of feelings and emotions. Examining these “emotional aspects” will help us take care of ourselves both psychologically and physically. In this column, Daryn Stier addresses some of the issues that often arise among people with diabetes and their family and friends. How can I handle my insulin reactions without anybody’s help? Daryn: Being self-sufficient is the American ideal;

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Diabetes Health Type 1: Diabetes: Finding Acceptance

I don’t have lots of cash, or a big house.  I work a ton of hours and don’t even have a lot of spare time, but there are some things that are just worth doing.  A little sacrifice of time can do wonders for perspective and even our own health.  I recently got to volunteer to help prepare a meal at the Ronald McDonald House

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Diabetes Health Type 2: Managing Our Diabetes For Our Loved Ones

I think that it’s safe to say that none of us were happy when we first found out that we had diabetes. The words “you’re a diabetic” or “you have diabetes” can sound like a death sentence and while we sometimes take the news hard, our loved ones can take the news even harder. After all, diabetes falls into the same life-threatening category as heart

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Living With Type 1 Diabetes: How Our Loved Ones Really Feel

With years of type 1 diabetes under my belt, 22 to be exact, I wanted to know how my husband felt about my health issues. This is especially important to me now that we’ve spent the last few years with my downward health spiral because of undiagnosed celiac disease. I know he’s supportive. He tries to make sure I’m happy and healthy though sometimes it

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Living With Type 1: Concerned about someone else’s health? How dare they!

I’m not used to worrying about other people’s health. Dealing with type 1 diabetes is enough, I’d wager. But over the last year or so, I’ve had to think of others’ health more frequently. And I hate it. Let me back up a moment before going further. It has been more than two years since my last original article for Diabetes Health, and much has

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Diabetes Health Weekly Round Up

With so much going on,  you may have missed the latest in diabetes news this week. Not to worry! We’ve got you covered with the Diabetes Health Weekly Roundup to share the latest news, podcasts and stories from this week. Enjoy! AskNadia: Which Diabetes Tests Should I Order Type 2 Diabetes: Lost Interest in Sex Diabetes Health in The News Podcast: Food Supplement Could Treat

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Diabetes Health Weekly Roundup

With so much going on ( election, political turmoil, hurricanes), you may have missed the latest in diabetes news this week. Not to worry! We’ve got you covered with the Diabetes Health Weekly Roundup to share the latest news, podcasts and stories from this week. Enjoy! AskNadia: How Much Alcohol is Too Much for Diabetes Living with Type 2 Diabetes: Self-medicating for Diabetes Diabetes Health

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