My name is Amy and I am the VERY proud mommy to Payton. This is her story...In January 2009, Payton starting not acting like herself but it wasn't all the time. She was tired more then normal, she…Continue
Diabetes is indeed a blessing, not a curse. People with this disease have to learn a new life. I would never have achieved all that I have any other way. I have been world famous in the world of particle physics and so may other smaller…"
"Beautifully, beautifully written. THANK YOU for sharing. Have hope that your daughter will live a long, wonderful, happy life! Today is truly better than ever before to be diagnosed and have type 1. And if it helps, I was diagnosed at the age of 3,…"
"Excellent and very well explained. My niece was diagnosed at 8. She is older now and doing well. The adult Type 1s on this board give me great hope, even if a cure is not found within the next ten years. I think you can see from the adult posts that…"
"I just read your blog. I'm adding you to my list of heroes. Thank you so much for writing about your experience as a parent of a type 1 child. Somehow, reading it is very theraputic to me. I've had it 43 years."
"Beautiful blog. Thanks for sharing it & give Payton a hug. She is smart & special with a strong spirit. Know how hard T1 is for me as an adult. I can't even begin to fathom this as a child or as the mother of a T1 child."
"Excellent article. I feel your pain. As a parent, I'll gladly accept my Diabetes several times over, as long as my daughter doesn't get it. I wish someone could find cure to reverse this condition.... especially for the little kids."
In honor of my daughter and Diabetes Awareness Month, I wanted to post something in my blog and I wanted to share... http://amy-journeyinlife.blogspot.com/2010/10/my-reality.html I hope it is read with understanding... This was the hardest thing I have ever written in my life. People with Type 1 Diabetes are more then regular people......they are extra-ordinary individuals that do extra-ordinary things......every minute…See More
"I am using the Orbit Micros and I love them. I also have the Ping. I just started using that in June. I apparently have a Teflon allergy because I was breaking out in hives from the other sets. I did try the Contact Detach, which is Animas’…"
"I use the Orbit Micros and love them. I've had a lot of problems with other sets I've used (I'm not sure if I have a Teflon sensitivity or just bad luck). They are so user-friendly compared to the Insets and other sets from Animas I…"
I just read your blog. I'm adding you to my list of heroes. Thank you so much for writing about your experience as a parent of a type 1 child. Somehow, reading it is very theraputic to me. I've had it 43 years.
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
El Centro Nacional de Prevención de Enfermedades Crónicas y Promoción de la Salud en el Estados Unidos encontró que a partir de 2002-2009, el 11,8% de los hispanos mayores de 20 años, que viven en los EU, viven con diabetes … Continue Reading