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With adequate preparation and proper planning, people with diabetes can travel almost anywhere in the world without disrupting their diabetes care. That said, it's also important to maintain good eating habits and exercise even if you might be on vacation. 

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We recently discussed the top 10 concerns related to a new diagnosis of type 1 diabetes. Following these concerns, families then often talk about the "honeymoon" period.   What is the honeymoon period? Most kids/teens/adults with new onset type 1 diabetes have experienced symptoms and signs due to the absolute lack of insulin, such as increased…

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, posted Traveling With Diabetes I just returned from 2 weeks on a goat farm in Provence, France, and during this time, managing…

05/30/13

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Jackie Smith, Health Guide, posted Traveling with Type 2 Diabetes For months some girlfriends and I have exchanged emailed suggestions of grand adventures…

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