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Advice Needed for my 7 yr old son w/type 1

Hello Everyone, I am new to the diabetes community and I really need some advice. I am the mother of a 7 yr old type 1 diabetic now for 4 y…

Started by Kendra in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

10 Aug 22, 2009
Reply by Theodore Quick

Diabetic friendly desserts :)

Hello everyone :) I knwo that I certainly miss being able to pick absoloutly any cake off the shelf and not having to worry about sugar le…

Started by Katy King in Diabetes Recipes, Eating Habits and Foods

31 Aug 22, 2009
Reply by Katy King

cozmo pump and inset.

Do insets for the animas pump work with the Cozmo pump? I have a box of insets since i just received my animas ping pump a few days ago but…

Started by Taylor Moody in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

2 Aug 21, 2009
Reply by Taylor Moody

Type 1 Diabetes Linked To Immune Response To Wheat

Type 1 Diabetes Linked To Immune Response To Wheat ScienceDaily (Aug. 20, 2009) — Scientists at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and…

Started by Michelle in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

5 Aug 21, 2009
Reply by Justin Staunton

arthrites to diabetic

what are chances of having other autoimmune disease like arthritis to diabetic

Started by ravinder in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

3 Aug 21, 2009
Reply by Sareln Pupkies

Diagnosis Anniversary

I'm coming up on my 1 year anniversary of being diagnosed with type 1. I was diagnosed August 17th, 2008. worst. day. ever. ha! i know you…

Started by Emily Joy in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

31 Aug 21, 2009
Reply by Theodore Quick

how manynumber of tests in a day ,would keep ur bg undercontrol

how manynumber of tests in a day ,would keep ur bg undercontrol i do 2 to 3 (age 35) and 4-5 my daughter (age 5)

Started by ravinder in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

26 Aug 21, 2009
Reply by rainbowgoddess

question about ping.

I just received my one touch ping insulin pump and i just finished watching the training video. The one major concern i had was if there wa…

Started by Taylor Moody in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

5 Aug 21, 2009
Reply by Taylor Moody

Diabetes Drops to 7th Leading Cause of Death

Diabetes remains one of the leading killers in the United States, but has improved one slot (from 6th to 7th) on a list of the nation’s top…

Started by Christopher Frankie in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

5 Aug 21, 2009
Reply by Kristin

diabetes nad constipation?

for last 10 years i am struggling with constipation , the day i have constipation problem, i feel very upset , for me it is easy to tackle…

Started by ravinder in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

6 Aug 21, 2009
Reply by uptowngirl

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