Kids with Type 1 diabetes have the most important questions. When 12 yr old Max Domi was diagnosed, he just wanted to know if he could play hockey.
Dr Scholls knows we were Born to Move and wants to make it easier for you to make it happen. Dr Scholls can make it comfortable so you can move more doing the things you love, here’s how to make time for them!
Around this time of year many bloggers come out with holiday gift guides, listing of all the things you should be buying for your friends and family. I’m going to put a spin on that this year, by sharing a list of charities my family supports.
Here’s a list of people who achieved greatness in their fields despite living with diabetes. From the field of play to the big screen, here’s some inspiration from celebrities living with diabetes.
What’s it like to have diabetes at school? With so many schools ill equipped or unwilling to support diabetic kids, it can be a nightmare. It shouldn’t be. Diabetes is manageable when kids have support. So why aren’t we offering them the same support children with allergies receive?
33000 kids in Canada and 3500 in Alberta will go back to school with diabetes this month. It’s an easy disease to manage, if schools are willing to help. The willingness, however, is not always there.