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Caregivers & Parents

For many people, being responsible for the care of someone with diabetes –be it a child, a parent, a relative, or a friend – can feel overwhelming at times. Every person with diabetes has their own unique story and their own care needs, and thanks to healthcare professionals, new therapies and technologies, and a multitude of resources, helping someone manage their diabetes to live a long, healthy, and happy life is absolutely possible.

But we know it isn’t easy to negotiate the day-to-day challenges, confusing options, and multiple uncertainties of helping a loved one handle the condition. At diaTribe, we strive to provide a diverse array of articles that offer advice, support, and encouragement to all those who are helping someone live well with diabetes.

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New CONCEPTT trial results show improved newborn health and more time-in-range in women with type 1 diabetes using CGM during pregnancy Continue Reading »

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Learn from the experts about how best to support teens with diabetes and engage in difficult health and wellbeing conversations Continue Reading »

Kerri Sparling on what it’s like to (attempt) balance raising young kids with managing diabetes – and how kids can be the best diabetes motivators Continue Reading »

Ginger Vieira and Jennifer Smith’s month-to-month guide for managing blood sugars, nutrition, exercise, and mental health during pregnancy Continue Reading »

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The FDA decision on Novo Nordisk’s basal insulin is based on positive safety and efficacy data of Tresiba versus other basal insulins Continue Reading »

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The bold new recommendation for children and their parents Continue Reading »

A world-renowned researcher’s seven tips for expectant mothers with type 1, type 2, or gestational diabetes  Continue Reading »

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College Diabetes Network’s free “Off to College” booklets on overcoming diabetes challenges during the college transition  Continue Reading »

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