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Low #Bloodsugar Bad #Behavior Explained!

TweetThank  the sweet heavens for PubMed taking the initiative to further delve into a clinical explanation as to why people who have Type 1 diabetes get moody when their blood sugar drops. I tried my best to explain  in a … Continue reading

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Minimed 530G with Enlite

TweetThe Mimined 530G with Enlite is the first insulin pump system in the US that offers superior glucose control by integrating a continuous glucose monitor that it is designed to stop delivering insulin when the sensor glucose drops to a … Continue reading

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Diabetes Alert Dog Alliance (DAD)

TweetA diabetes alert dog is an intuitive best friend to assist in your diabetes control. Debby Kay,  DAD Alliance Executive Director and award-winning canine trainer and breeder, speaks with us about the mission of DAD Alliance. Learn how the DAD … Continue reading

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Diabetes and Driving Study

TweetThe study to Identify Risk Factors While Driving with T1D is imperative to driving safely with diabetes. Low blood glucose affects cognition, reaction time, vision, and judgment.  Dr. Daniel Cox is a professor of psychiatry at the University of Virginia Health System … Continue reading

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Brain Function During Low Blood Sugar

TweetA study shows that executive cognitive function is impaired during low blood glucose. All people, with diabetes and without, suffer from executive cognitive function impairment during hypoglycemia. Dr. Alex Graveling, Specialty Registrar, Diabetes & Endocrinology at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, speaks … Continue reading

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JDRF Children’s Congress 2013

TweetEmmie was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 2 years old. She has lived half her life with T1D. Emmie’s mom, Kathlin, has had T1D for 30 years. Kathlin speaks with us about life with T1D, the importance … Continue reading

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How the Body Senses Low Blood Sugar

TweetDr. Sanjoy Dutta, Senior Director of Treatment Research at JDRF, joins us to explain how the body senses low blood sugar. He clarifies why this sense becomes less sharp over time, the ability of the brain to adapt despite low … Continue reading

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