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CRISTIANA'S STORY: EMBRACING T1D AND FEELING CONFIDENT | Diabetes Community Stories | Glucology | Type 1 & 2

CRISTIANA'S STORY: EMBRACING T1D AND FEELING CONFIDENT

At IBD Medical and Glucology, we have a focus on being a brand that values empowering the diabetes community. We believe it's important to provide a platform for people to connect and feel heard, as knowing...
Redefining diabetes and changes that can be made | Glucology Community Stories

Redefining diabetes and changes that can be made

Welcome to part 2 of Shannon's Q&A 💙 Shannon is a T1D from Australia who is passionate about contributing to diabetes awareness. He knows as well as anyone in the community that diabetes is a 24...
A diabetes game changer: Andi's Tips on meeting other T1Ds

A diabetes game changer: Andi's Tips on meeting other T1Ds

Feeling connected to the right communities can help to significantly reduce anyone’s emotional load. More importantly, you’re able to share the experience and have faith that everything will be ok in the end (because you're...
MANAGING DIABETES IN YOUTH: NURTURING HEALTH

Managing Diabetes in Youth: Nurturing Health

Managing diabetes can be a complex journey, particularly for children and teenagers who are grappling with the unique challenges that come with growing up. From the initial diagnosis to the intricacies of self-management, this article...
Diabetes 101: Navigating the Insulin Landscape | Glucology | Insulin Pump | Diabetes footcare

Diabetes 101: Navigating the Insulin Landscape

Diabetes, a chronic condition affecting millions worldwide, requires a multifaceted approach to management. Among the crucial elements in the diabetes toolkit is insulin, a pivotal hormone in regulating blood sugar levels. In this comprehensive guide,...
HOW HAS AUSTRALIAN CULTURE INFLUENCED MY DIABETES: SHANNON'S POV

How has Australian culture influenced my diabetes: Shannon's POV

Shannon is a T1D from Australia who is passionate about contributing to diabetes awareness. He knows as well as anyone in the community that diabetes is a 24 hour/7 days a week/365 days a year role....
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