Monthly Archives: January 2011

Helping Your Child Manage Type 1 Diabetes (a.k.a. Juvenile Diabetes)

Helping your child manage his or her diabetes can be overwhelming. It’s hard enough to get children dressed, fed and out the door in the morning without the extra worries of blood-glucose levels, insulin injections (or pump maintenance) and carb … Continue reading

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Winter Sports Recommendations for Kids with Diabetes

Today, we’re going to answer another question from one of Joslin’s Facebook fans. Grace asked for some exercise advice for an 11 year old, who like to lives in Maine.  So, we asked the diabetes educators working in the Programs … Continue reading

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Blood Glucose Targets for Exercise

This past Saturday, we asked fans of Joslin’s Facebook page to tell us what kind of New Year’s resolutions they were making. We heard from a lot of people, and one of the recurring themes was “I’m going to get … Continue reading

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Getting Exercised About Winter

Keeping active in the wintertime, especially here in the Boston area, can be a real challenge. I mean, you can’t just go for a walk when the streets and sidewalks are covered with ice and snow. So, what can you … Continue reading

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