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About Type 1 Diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes 101
Being Diagnosed With Type 1 Diabetes
A1C and Blood Sugar Control
High Blood Sugar
Low Blood Sugar
Reducing the Risk of Long-term Problems
Common Coexisting Conditions
Healthy Coping
Managing Feelings of Stress, Anger, and Depression
Feel Overwhelmed?
How to Prepare for Emergencies
The Diabetes Care Team
Diabetes Support Groups
Dealing With Your Child’s Diagnosis
Caring for a Child With Diabetes
What’s the Difference?
Blood Sugar Control for Children
Making Diabetes Management Work for the Whole Household
Starting School or Day Care
How to Stop Bullies
Type 1 Diabetes and Teens
Diabulimia Awareness
Helping Teens With Type 1 Diabetes Become Young Adults
Parenting Under Pressure
Managing Young Adults Living on Their Own
Paying for Diabetes Care
Caring for Young Adults Living At Home
Type 1 Diabetes Support Booklets
Becoming a Preteen
School Trips
Parties and Sleepovers
Making Friends
Being a Teen
Why Should Teens Consider Counseling?
Becoming a Young Adult
Your Changing Life With Type 1 Diabetes
Telling Your Friends About Diabetes
Staying Healthy While Going Out
Transitioning to Adult Type 1 Diabetes Care
Entering the Work Force
Choosing Friends and Meeting New People
Driving Tips
Healthy Eating
Food and Type 1 Diabetes
Meal Planning
Carbohydrates and Blood Sugar
Glycemic Index
What Can My Child Eat?
Kid-Friendly Recipes
Carbohydrates and Insulin
Eat Healthy, No Matter What!
Handling Meal Plan Challenges
Alcohol and Type 1 Diabetes
Being Active
Staying Active
Being Active
Getting Your Child Moving
Prepping Your Child for Physical Activity
Getting Comfortable With a More Active Life
Getting Active
Playing Competitive Sports
Finding Motivation to Stay Active
Stand Up for Your Feet!
About Insulin
Types of Insulin
Taking Your Insulin
Managing Blood Sugar
Using and Storing Insulin
Traveling With Insulin and Diabetes Supplies
How Do I Give My Child Insulin?
Learning to Take Insulin and Check Blood Sugar
What Happens If I Forget
Why Tracking Matters
What Is A1C?
Blood Sugar Targets for Most Adults
Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycemia)
High Blood Sugar (Hyperglycemia)
Intensive Diabetes Management and Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)
Coping With Checking Blood Sugar
Checking Your Child’s Blood Sugar
Using a Blood Sugar Meter
Teaching Others to Check Your Child’s Blood Sugar
Why Should You Check Your Blood Sugar?
How to Check Your Blood Sugar
Make Tracking Routine