Monday, December 22, 2014

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You may find that life with Type 1 diabetes may slightly change your social and romantic relationships.  You may have questions regarding when to tell others about your condition, or about potential sexual side effects.  You may find you need advice on how to explain to a friend what your insulin pump is, or how to train close friends and family to administering emergency injections.

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Reprinted with permisison of Amy Tenderich of DiabetesMine.com   If ever two things were once considered mutually exclusive, they were career and chronic illness. Add to that being a woman and the whole thing sounded like a joke. Well, we've come a long way, Baby.   According to Rosalind Joffe of CICoach.com and her business…

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Kelsey Bonilla, Health Guide, commented on The Seriousness of Type 1 Diabetes Thank you Nicole, that means so much to me!   Isn't is scary how blood sugars…

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