Ever wonder what it would be like to have all the people on your team understand what it’s like to compete with diabetes? Diabetes Training Camp Foundation is very excited to announce the launch of the DTC Teen Athlete Boot Camp! Ever wonder what it would be like to have all the people on your team understand what it’s like to compete with diabetes? DTC has a new Teen Athlete Boot Camp!
IDS to provide diabetes education & management services for JDRF employees.
I know I am still working to get better, but I am SO HAPPY with the improvement! I can't thank you enough for all your help, I am losing the fear and feeling more confident in taking the right amounts of insulin and eating a healthy amount of carbs. Looking forward to learning more and more from you! ~ Mila Kurtz, Des Plaines, IL
OmniPod and Medicare: A grass-roots request from OmniPod’s President, Pat Sullivan.
People who are covered by Medicare and who use insulin to intensively manage their Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes will now be able to receive reimbursement! However, there is a catch…
How to exercise safely with type 1 diabetes: JDRF PEAK is a program meant to share information about just that! This program is a collaboration of JDRF with researchers around the world meant to address a missing piece in type 1 care and education.
Q & A: Do you have any suggestions for something that I could wear under my clothing that holds the Dexcom receiver, I am misplacing it often? We have a few great suggestions...!
How good is the performance and usability of the FreeStyle® Libre™ Flash glucose monitoring system (Abbott Diabetes Care, Alameda, CA) for interstitial glucose results compared with capillary blood glucose results?
Get 10% off GrifGrips! Integrated Diabetes now carries GrifGrips.... enter discount code INTEGRATED to receive 10% off!!!
Diabetes Exercise and Sports Association is running a three day program at the North Bay Adventure Camp in Northeast Maryland, on the edge of the Chesapeake Bay.
View the results of last month's survey and VOTE a new February survey!
Cow's milk has been thought to be a possible risk factor for the development of Type 1 diabetes. New research shows that while most cow's milk formulas do not raise the risk, one type of baby formula could be linked to a greater chance of developing Type 1 when given in the first week of life.