"9.0 is high even for a college student. My son's was 7.7 at the end of his first semester at college and his doctor encouraged him to do better as this was much higher than it had been.
It is harder to adjust after hockey at college because the…"
"It may just be her personality. My 2 sons are totally different.
The oldest is my step-son who is very verbal, outgoing and impulsive and was later diagnosed as ADD. He always wanted to be involved in all decisions including clothes to wear to…"
The only good news is that your son was diagnosed later like my son (his second year of high school) and has an interest in medicine so he will do fine and will go on to become a great doctor. His obedience and discipline will help him to…"
"A more recent photo of my T1 son playing hockey at college. The Hockey Mom photo is the month he was diagnosed. We had to get special permission from his doctor for him to go on the ice for the team photo because he was so weak from losing so much…"
Above is a photo of Diabetes Hands Foundation’s own Manny Hernandez with the stars of the Diabetes Co-Stars Video, “Strength in Numbers.” In case you haven’t heard the news yet, there is a new video making it’s way through the … Continue Reading
The Diabetes Hands Foundation and Diabetes Advocates Program is proud to announce and congratulate the members of DA who were granted scholarships to attend diabetes conferences in 2013! Thanks to a generous grant from Novo Nordisk, in 2013 we were … Continue Reading