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Friends for Life 2021 is Returning In-Person!

Our team here at CWD is happy to announce that Friends for Life Orlando 2021 will be returning, in-person, this July!  From the chair of the CWD board, Kenneth P. Moritsugu, MD, MPH, FACPM: “The safety of our attendees and staff is of paramount importance to Children with Diabetes.  To that end, CWD’s leadership team …

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How to Fast Safely with Diabetes

Written and clinically reviewed by Marissa Town, RN, BSN, CDCES Fasting, which is the practice of not eating or drinking for an extended period of time, is something that many people do for many different reasons. This week marks the beginning of Ramadan, and with it brings challenges for people with diabetes who want to participate …

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The Personal Experience of Sharing Your Blood Glucose Data

Written and clinically reviewed by Marissa Town, RN, BSN, CDCES Imagine you have a device on you at all times that clearly shows every up and down of your blood sugar levels, and someone else is watching those levels. And it’s not just the data that is on display, but sometimes it can be all of …

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Current Poll Question

Do you experience diabetes device-related skin irritation?
Yes
50%
Sometimes
12%
Rarely
27%
No
12%
I don't wear any diabetes devices.
4%

Upcoming Friends for Life Conferences

Registration will be open soon!
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Current DTeam Question

Question from Connecticut, USA:
Does Nifedipine mask symptoms of low blood sugar?
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