Kids With Juvenile Diabetes
- Name: Cindy
- Location: Florida
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Thursday, April 06, 2006
Insulin Pump vs Lantus
I figure If I'm able to pick which insulin delivery he gets I would go with the pump.For those on a limited income maybe you don't have health insurance try a children's medical program to get help in covering the pump or any supplies for that matter. They helped us with DS pump.
Monday, April 03, 2006
A Good Source Of Health Information
Friday, March 31, 2006
Sneaky Carb Eater
Thursday, March 30, 2006
Another face of Diabetes
This is DS horsing around your typical 9 year old, but yet you wouldn't know by looking at him that this is one of thousand's of faces of Juvenile Diabetes. We hope for a cure someday for my son and all the other kids that suffer from this disease. It would be wonderful No more needle sticks, No more finger pricks. No more passing out from low sugar, No more headache's from high sugar. No more worrying about Ketones. Kids with JD would have the same freedom that most of us take for granted.
Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Is your Kid Pumping?
A pump can offer you greater control, more predictability and increased flexibility. With pump therapy you can…
• control your blood sugar with only rapid acting insulin
• automatically regulate your insulin to accommodate dawn phenomenon
• adjust your insulin so you do not have to eat before exercising
• increase your insulin temporarily to cover times of illness, stress or just a long trip in the car
• travel across different time zones with ease
And when you eat or snack, a few button presses will cover as much or as little as you eat!