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Joslin pediatrics provides comprehensive diabetes care for children, young adults and families

Joslin Pediatric Health Services cares for over pediatric patients with diabetes. Learn about our pediatric diabetes services.

Our awesome summer intern Ben Mains offers some advice to parents about teaching  self-reliance for diabetes management.

Our awesome summer intern Ben Mains offers some advice to parents about teaching self-reliance for diabetes management.

As seen on the Katie Couric show!  Read the rest of the story featured on her show.    Where's Wuby? - Our journey raising a Type 1 toddler with a Diabetic Alert Dog

As seen on the Katie Couric show! Read the rest of the story featured on her show. Where's Wuby? - Our journey raising a Type 1 toddler with a Diabetic Alert Dog

Please support Juvenile Diabetes awareness by clicking on our link at http://www.facebook.com/HelpFindACureJuvenileDiabetes  and then click the "Like" button! Thank you for your support! Please share our page!  AWARENESS = CURE!

This is vitally important that we all understand the complications of Diabetes. I feel very strong about this cause not just because I suffer with the disease but because of the near epidemic level it has reached.

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“I saved her life with that juice box.” Listen: I’m sure it was late at night or right in the middle of her playing in the yard or at a moment in time you don’t usually think to check blood sugar, but…

Life With Type 1 Diabetes

Life With Type 1 Diabetes

My sister isn't the only one living with it.

A Cool Way to teach and educate people about diabetes http://www.pumpwearinc.com/page/daily-school-tidbits-49.html

A Cool Way to teach and educate people about diabetes http://www.pumpwearinc.com/page/daily-school-tidbits-49.html

Yep. Never blame yourself, when you've done all you can do!

This is so true. With highs and lows can often happen without any rhyme or reason. When those unexplainable highs and lows happen, trying to correct them can be like a "crap shoot." Bottom line: Type 1 Diabetes is often REALLY HARD.

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