A really useful calculator to work out how many diabetes supplies you need for a holiday or long travel abroad.
One of a series of (very funny) blog posts that talk about the physical and emotional demand of pregnancy with T1
Lifting the lid on the often unspoken taboo subject of menopause. Annie Cooper is a qualified nurse who blogs about her own T1…
Lis Warren shares the ups and downs of living with T1, and how things have changed in half a century.
Blog about growing up and family life following their daughter's diagnosis with T1.
Dr Masding, from Poole hospital, writes about the 'black box' of diabetes management
A blog post by Joe, a person with T1D, about the term "type zeros" i.e. people without T1D
A blog post explaining why someone with type 1 diabetes may take metformin and its benefits and potential side effects
A blog post written to parents of children with T1D by Jess, a 16 year old with T1D. Jess shares 7 tips about starting secondary…
Thoughts on living well with diabetes
Dave compares Enlite/Medtronic Veo with Abbott Freestyle Libre flash monitor
A blog by 'Diathlete', Gavin Griffiths, looking at the different effects of different sorts of running on blood glucose levels,…
A blog for Diabetes UK by Katie Collins with ideas and options for where to wear an insulin pump.
A post by Markus on the mySugr blog about struggling with high blood glucose following exercise.
Question and answer blog from mother with T1 diabetes and doctor about diabetes in pregnancy.
Everyday ups & downs compares flash sensor (Libre) monitor to finger prick glucose meter
A round up of the current CGM sensors available on the UK market from someone with extensive user experience.
30 years of diabetes - a post reflecting back on changes over 3 decades.
Post from Amber (Diabetes Geek) about disordered eating with type 1 diabetes.
Adrian blogs about the positive effect of multiple daily mini injections in partnership with his Freestyle Libre
Everyday and ups and downs round-up of Medtronic MM640G with Smartguard.
Blog by Ewelina (with T1) with low carbohydrate recipes and nutritional values added.
Blog post by Kris from Diabetic Shambles describing the 2 pillars of getting T1 under control
A blog post describing the user experience of Diasend
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