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Join Joslin Pediatrics for Fun Year-round!

Every year, Joslin Pediatrics hosts events designed to let families with children who have diabetes connect with one another and with the pediatrics staff. Micaela Francis, M.S., C.C.L.S., and Jennifer Griffin, M.S., C.C.L.S., Child Life Specialists, talk about the Teddy … Continue reading

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Joslin Patient Lobbies her School to Host a Fundraiser Supporting Joslin Diabetes Center

As part of National Diabetes Month Lilly B., a 11-year old Joslin patient, hosted a fundraiser at The Rivers School, where she is a sixth grade student, to sell blue bracelets to raise funds and awareness for diabetes. With matching … Continue reading

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An Investigation of Fall Treats

This editorial is written by Stephanie M. McPherson, science writer and video producer for Joslin. I’m all about fall. When the air chills and pumpkins adorn doorsteps, my tastebuds turn to cravings for caramel apples, pumpkin seeds, and cider donuts. … Continue reading

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Joslin’s National Diabetes Month Blog Project

We are thrilled to announce that during November, a selection of diabetes bloggers have joined with Joslin to help raise awareness about living with diabetes. Each blogger will be writing four posts about their experiences with diabetes, and we will … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween!

  Happy Halloween from Joslin Diabetes Center! We know that Halloween can be difficult for people with diabetes (all that candy!), so here are some resources for putting the emphasis less on candy and more on spooky activities. Or, if … Continue reading

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Halloween | Ideas for Managing When Your Child Has Diabetes

Halloween can be a superb holiday. It has spectral history and creative aplomb (think of all of those costumes and decorated lawns). It has a soupçon of fear and creepiness (what’s inside that old house on the corner with the peeling … Continue reading

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Monitoring Blood Sugar While Trick-or-Treating

Children with diabetes don’t have to miss out on all the Halloween fun if they plan ahead to adjust their diabetes management plans to fit in some of their favorite treats. They should be encouraged to go trick-or-treating with their … Continue reading

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Diabetes-Friendly Halloween Treats

Halloween is supposed to be scary for children. It can also be plenty scary for parents with young children who have diabetes. But with the right planning and preparation, your children don’t have to miss out on all of the … Continue reading

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