A brief guide to using Twitter to connect with other people with type 1 diabetes online.
Blog about growing up and family life following their daughter's diagnosis with T1.
Mike compares the use of pump or multiple daily injections for diabetes management.
Personal blog about changes in type 1 diabetes care over the years. Links to London T1 Meetups Facebook Group.
Jen describes her coast to coast cycle trip (part1)!
DigiBete is a video platform created in partnership with the Diabetes Team at Leeds Children's Hospital. It features videos…
'Making sense of diabetes' - Diatribe is a US-based online magazine with news, updates and general information about diabetes.
'Diabetes for the brutally honest' the personal blog of a young woman T1 in the UK. This post is an open letter to any young…
Blog from Lydia about her adventures backpacking around Europe - with hints and tips to survive!
Type 1 international charity - advocating for people with T1 around the world by educating and raising awareness of insulin…
Advocacy group and website for children affected by T1. The Children with Diabetes Facebook page has over 2,000 members and…
#GBdoc is one of the main hashtags used on Twitter by members of the UK Diabetes Online Community. Whilst the majority of…
Renza blogs about her life with T1 - this post discusses the burden of living with T1 and what she wishes had been different…
The Association was set up to share good practice, to discuss clinical management and the organisation of diabetes services and…
Videos about Type 1 diabetes aimed at those newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
A collection of diabetes stories and research, collated by Leicester Diabetes Centre.
Humorous blog talking about living with type 1 diabetes as a young person. This page discusses the issue of taking time off work…
Kim Vlasnik is a US blogger and diabetes advocate. She began writing Texting My Pancreas in the summer of 2010 and it's where…
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