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Nick Jonas & Diabetes: Call Me Mr. Positive
Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers talks about how he handles his superstar life and type 1 diabetes.
Chandler’s Diabetes Story
People who have diabetes have to pay special attention to what they eat and need to stay aware of the amount of sugar in their blood. So what's it like to have diabetes? Just ask Chandler!
Your Diabetes Health Care Team
When you have diabetes, you and your family have a lot to learn. The good news is that people you can count on will help you understand diabetes and how to stay healthy.
Type 2 Diabetes: How Is It Treated?
Kids with type 2 diabetes have to take some important steps to feel good and stay healthy. Find out more about treating type 2 diabetes in this article for kids.
Type 1 Diabetes: How Is It Treated?
Kids who have type 1 diabetes need to take some important steps to feel good and stay healthy.
Diabetes: What’s True and False?
There's a lot of info and advice out there about diabetes, but some is wrong or bad. Here's what's true - and what's false.
Diabetes Control: Why It’s Important
Keeping blood sugar levels under control can help keep you healthy and prevent health problems from happening down the road. Find out more.
Type 2 Diabetes: What Is It?
Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body uses glucose, a sugar that is the body's main source of fuel. Find out more about a kind of diabetes called type 2 diabetes in this article for kids.
Diabetes: Dealing With Feelings
Dealing with diabetes can stir up a lot of different emotions. Find out more about dealing with your feelings if you're a kid with diabetes.
Type 1 Diabetes: What Is It?
Thousands of kids all over the world have type 1 diabetes, a disease that affects how the body uses glucose.
Can Diabetes Be Prevented?
Diabetes is a health problem that affects kids of all ages, but you can't catch it like a cold. In some cases, diabetes can be prevented. Find out how.
Weight and Diabetes
Being at a healthy weight is a good idea for everyone, but it's even more important for kids with diabetes.