Although researchers are not absolutely positive that the coronavirus can trigger Type 1 diabetes, it is important to watch your child and know their normal behavior.
November is American Diabetes Month, and according to the American Diabetes Association, 1.25 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes and 400,000 more will be diagnosed this year.
For families managing diabetes around Halloween, try focusing on the traditions of the holiday rather than the candy.
There are many ways you can partner with your child’s school nurse to ensure that your child is healthy and ready to learn.
Children with diabetes have enough trouble managing their sugar intake, and with Thanksgiving favorites like stuffing and mashed potatoes, the hidden sugars in carbohydrates are easy to overlook.