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A father who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes later in life describes how his family has rallied behind him after his diagnosis, and how the 24/7 blood sugar management is still difficult despite the help.

A news report tells of a dramatic rescue, but is short on facts about diabetes.

Amy Ohmer and her two daughters have learned a lot about life with type 1 diabetes, and they are sharing their experience and providing an important perspective to the T1D Exchange Quality Improvement Collaborative.

A profile of how diabetes dad Justin Masterson became design facilitator for the T1D Exchange Quality Improvement Initiative.

How one father of a girl with type 1 diabetes stood in the way to prevent a grave medical error.

Good advice from the College Diabetes Network’s well-loved Off to College with Diabetes guide.

A patient advocate with two daughters with T1D discusses how glucagon kept a daughter out of ER.

A father learns that taking action to help the diabetes community was the best remedy for him to overcome the initial helplessness of his daughter’s diagnosis. The moment you get the news, the only word you hear is diabetes. Every parent of a child with T1D has had that moment. The word echoes and everything […]

A parent mentor for a pediatric diabetes clinic shares what works for her and her family.    Incorporating a new medical routine into your daily life takes conscious work. I found this out firsthand when I started taking (non-diabetes) medication daily several years ago. I struggled to remember to routinely take the medicine, and once […]

Laughter in the lunch line. Running in the halls. Hugs all around. This is the essence of Friends for Life, the annual family-centric conference hosted by Children with Diabetes (CWD) every summer in Orlando, Florida. One cannot attend Friends for Life without feeling the powerful embrace of others who live just like you. The colored […]