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Jane’s answer to the high price of insulin

My dad recently asked me about the price of insulin. He said he had read something about how expensive insulin is and was concerned about it. I don’t talk about diabetes with my family very often. They ask an occasional question, … Continue reading

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The Adolescent-to-Adult Transition in Diabetes Care

There is something referred to as “the adolescent transition,” which is actually the transition to adulthood. “Emerging adulthood” is sometimes defined as ages 18-30. (Being an adult is mandatory; acting like one is optional.) The point is that as a … Continue reading

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Quality of Life and Diabetes

Quality of life is pretty important to me, and hopefully that’s an obvious statement. I just read an article about severe hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) and it’s effect on quality of life in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. … Continue reading

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