Living with T1D requires calculating the carbohydrates in all of the food you eat because carbs are the main source of blood glucose.
Children, teens and women living with T1D are at a slightly higher risk of developing certain eating disorders.
Flying with T1D is no problem as long as you plan ahead and follow security measures.
Diabetes should not get in the way of school for people with T1D. Here you can find some helpful tips for setting up a plan with your school that works for you and your child.
Being a teen with T1D can be tough. Here you can find a few resources that can help make those years a little easier.
College is often the first time teens are away from home and having T1D makes things more complicated. Feel more prepared with information and tips about this exciting transition.
Driving with T1D requires diligence and extra attention to blood-sugar levels. Be safe and learn how to take extra care when you get behind the wheel.
Planning a pregnancy with T1D requires special attention to ensure a healthy outcome for mother and child. Here you can find some basic information on planning family and having a safe pregnancy with T1D.
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