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  • Research suggests type 1 diabetes could begin in the womb 8th October 2020
    The immune attack which kick starts the development of type 1 diabetes might start before a child has been born, researchers have said. The study, funded by Diabetes UK, also found that it is possible for babies aged six months and young, can also develop the autoimmune condition. Until recently, it was thought that children […]
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    By Paige Lindbloom When Governor Polis announced those with two or more high-risk conditions (including type 1 diabetes) would be in the next COVID-19 vaccination phase, I did not expect it to affect me. To my knowledge, I only have type 1 diabetes and I have been lucky enough to avoid other chronic diseases. So... […]
  • If a kid that weighed 40 pounds when diagnosed can live with T1D then you can too! 18th February 2021
    My diagnosis was a lot calmer than most. No hospital visit, no extremely high blood sugar, and no attempt to get me back on this earth. I know a lot of diabetics did not have the same fortune as me. Although my diagnosis lacked an ambulance or helicopter ride to a hospital, there were things... […]
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  • Not Just a Patch 6th April 2021
    Admittedly, I don’t particularly like having to wear any adhesive over my CGM sensor. I’ll usually hold off on applying an external adhesive for as long as I can, although I have been caught out once or twice in recent weeks. I only just managed to rescue last week’s sensor by the skin of its […]
  • Go With The Flow 2nd April 2021
    It’s definitely been Easter week in my corner of the world. Hot cross buns and Easter eggs have been getting me through work and uni this week, counting down the days to a much needed four day long weekend. My personal picks are the yellow bags of Cadbury mini eggs and hollow hunting eggs. Bonus […]