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Jen: Heroes Among Us

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One of the biggest blessings of knowing other parents with children with type 1 diabetes is that when my hope is failing, inevitably one of "us" knows exactly what I need.

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Kim: Mmmmm… Strawberry Time!

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When we focus on having all the best produce of the season in our house, it makes eating fruits and vegetables less of a chore, and instead something we really enjoy.

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Getting Fit as a Family

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How can you go to the gym in good conscience when you could be spending that time with your kids? Well, when you work out with your kids, you can kiss your guilt goodbye.

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Enjoy Delicious Spring Fruits and Veggies!

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Melissa Joy Dobbins, registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, offers these tips for making the most of spring's bounty.

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Type 1 Habits May Help Your Whole
Family Get Healthy

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Those same habits you've adopted to care for your child's type 1 can actually yield benefits when applied to the rest of your brood.

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In the Spotlight: Teaching Kids to Recognize Their Body Signals

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It's a big moment in the life of any parent caring for a child with type 1 diabetes: Your child recognizes signs of low blood sugar on his own and comes to tell you about it. The good news is that this may happen sooner than you think.

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People in the Know: Unexpected Questions

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Find tips on answering your child's questions about type 1 diabetes.

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People in the Know: Judgmental Relatives

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Find tips on dealing with critical relatives when you have a child with type 1 diabetes.

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