Our new App - LifeOneD - includes answers to your diabetes related questions
Diabetes means too much sugar or glucose in the bloodstream.
Insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas that helps our body
Testing Blood glucose levels (BGLS) helps you manage your diabetes.
Everyone loves food! Food tastes good, food can be fun and food
The insulin pump is a small programmable device (about the size of
A hypo or low BGL happens when your level drops below 4mmol/L
Going back to school after you’re told you have diabetes might freak
There are heaps of reasons why it’s good to be active.
When you live with diabetes, doing pleasurable things, like travelling becomes even
“Have you done your test?”, “Have you given your insulin?” “Are you
To reduce your risk of long term complications, regular diabetes health checks
As a teenager, you’ll probably find yourself busy juggling things like study,
Everyone’s heard about the dangers of drinking and we know it’s illegal
When things get serious in relationships, and you find yourself thinking about
As soon as you’re old enough, you’ll probably be keen to start
Lots of teenagers work part time while they’re still at school and
Diabetes NSW run four exciting camps per year, each catering to a specific age group, including teens.
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