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Life with Diabetes | Spring 2012 Issue

May 24, 2012

We welcome you to take a well-deserved break in your day to read and enjoy the spring issue of Life with Diabetes on the Countdown website. Remember to pass it on using the share link at the bottom of this story!

Spring Training: Gear up, get out, go for the gold

Gearing up to get in better shape? Whether you run, bike, wrestle, or wield a tennis racket—or even if you just want to maintain a healthy exercise routine – our “Spring Training” article has a wealth of information for people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) on how to help manage blood-glucose levels during even the most strenuous workout. [Read More]

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Living with Type 1 Diabetes: Kids and parents

In “Living with Type 1 Diabetes: Parents and kids,” a writer with T1D pays tribute to his own parents – and their tireless support of him after his diagnosis at age 12—as he watches his own children grow up, and lives with the hope that they will never have to face a T1D diagnosis. [Read More

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New in Town: A smart approach to searching for a new doctor

Our Q&A column tackles a situation that many people with T1D encounter: finding a physician with experience in treating T1D. Our checklist of questions to ask at your first office visit will help ensure that you find the right doctor for you. [Read More]

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Once you’re on the Countdown site, just look for the Life with Diabetes section in the right-hand navigation column, and enjoy the stories.

Happy reading!


To learn more about the JDRF Dallas chapter, visit our JDRF Dallas website!

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