All the info you need for this year’s diabetes kids camp (2015).
A Type 1 diabetic explains how he figured out what to do about high blood sugar after intense exercise.
“Nurses are primary caregivers, and have the most frequent and direct contact with people at risk of or living with diabetes,” Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Joe Phaahla said. “As the incidence of diabetes increases in South Africa, it is important to capacitate them to deal with this epidemic in every way.”
The diabetes dawn phenomenon – when blood sugar is normal at night but sky high in the morning. Do any Type 1 diabetics have any advice?
Bridget McNulty (editor of Sweet Life magazine) has just released a new e-book: How to Live a Happy Life (with a Chronic Illness) and she’s offering it free to all Sweet Life readers… For one day only!
Are you interested in endurance sport and diabetes? Eddie wants to start a Diabetic Multisports Club! Here’s what he has to say…
Nicolene has diabetes and just had her eyes checked: the doctor says there’s bleeding at the back of her eye… Does anyone have any tips for her?
Thahtoow has Type 1 diabetes and has accepted it, but wants to gain weight. Do you have any healthy weight gain tips?
Timothy was diagnosed with Diabetes type 2 in 2013 but is struggling to accept his chronic condition… Any advice?