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Lifestyle Archive

My Recent Trip To India

Over Christmas I went on a trip to India with my family (India is where I was born, grew up, and where I was diagnosed). It was my first trip back in five years and in preparing for it I felt overwhelmed. Not only did I need to find my passport and pack enough

FIRST® LEGO® League 2010 Challenge

Aloha! Today we share a fun clip from students at Hanahau `oli School in Honolulu, Hawaii, who are putting their brains to work for diabetes technology. The team of third, fourth and fifth graders you see here participated in the FIRST® LEGO® League 2010 Challenge, a competition designed to get children excited

Life is Not Over, Just Altered

Today, we hear from John Berry, a dedicated firefighter from Texas, who doesn't let his diabetes stand in the way of his life-saving work. John talks to us about his "Ah-Ha" moment where he realized he needed to take better control of his health and some of the tools he now uses to manage

Type 1 Diabetes and Pregnancy: “Healthy and Happy”

As most of you know, there was a time (not so very long ago) when women with type 1 diabetes were universally told they couldn't/shouldn't have children. Of course, we know that medical opinion on this topic has changed and physicians now tend to make recommendations about children based on each individual's health and

Life Stages With Diabetes

This month the Diabetes Social Media Advocacy (DSMA) blog carnival is focusing on Life Stages with Diabetes. Specifically, the question posed is "how did relationships with other people help inspire you to take care of yourself?" In my very first carnival entry, I share some of my thoughts on the topic.