Interpretation and Management of Hyperglycemia and Exercise

This content originally appeared on Diabetes Motion. Republished with permission.In some circumstances, elevated blood glucose levels can be indicative of medical concerns like insulin deficiency. People with type 1 diabetes are more susceptible to insulin deficiency since they have almost no ability to produce any insulin; therefore, they need to receive instruction on why and […]
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Diabetes, Just Tell Me!

This content originally appeared on Test Guess and Go. Republished with permission.Lately, I have been having days, well actually weeks when I am starting to question how I deal with my diabetes. I have used an insulin pump for 15 years and don’t really want to change back to injections. For me a pump is […]
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Diabetes Care from Parent to Child: Passing the Torch of Care

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission.By Kerri Sparling Transitioning care from parent to child can be a stressful time for families with diabetes – six strategies on how to reduce the burden  Transitioning from my parents being in charge of my diabetes to assuming full care myself didn’t happen overnight. It was a […]
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What Do “Healthy” Blood Glucose Levels Really Look Like?

What is normal blood glucose? In children and adults, ideally, blood sugar levels are tightly-regulated to stay in a narrow range that’s optimal for physiological function. What are these levels, and how much of a glucose excursion is “normal”? Notably, there are some transient exceptions to the accepted “normal range”. In particular, women tend to […]
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How to Reduce Urinary Complications of Type 1 Diabetes

This content originally appeared on Integrated Diabetes Services. Republished with permission.Frequency, Impact and Prevention of Urologic Complications of Type 1 Diabetes There are some very widely talked about and avoided complications of type 1 diabetes (T1D) such as retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy and cardiovascular disease. However, there are other complications that get relatively little notice but […]
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Dexcom G6: Giving it a Whirl

This content originally appeared on There’s More to the Story. Republished with permission.My delay in this post? I haven’t been in a blog writing or social media mood (more on that to come!) Well. I did it–I did in fact switch to the Dexcom G6! I can just hear the gasps and see the shocked faces. […]
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Bolus Breakdown: Waffle Edition

This content originally appeared on Arden’s Day and the Juicebox Podcast. Republished with permission. Insulin Is About Timing and Amount… Listeners of my podcast hear me say all of the time that type 1 diabetes is about understanding how insulin works in you. With that understanding, you can make good decisions about the timing of […]
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