Tag Archives: diabetes and endocrinology

My adventure with polycystic ovarian syndrome

Yes, I said “adventure,” and I will explain my reasons for meticulously choosing this word later, but for now, I’ll start my story.

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#AdultingwithT1D

This blog was co-authored by Kierra Lee MPH, Marisa Hilliard PhD and Sarah Lyons MD High school graduation is coming up soon. All those years of studying, doing homework and … Full Entry »

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Transitioning to adult diabetes care: The time to start planning is now!

This blog is co-authored bySarah Lyons, MD; Marisa Hilliard, PhD; Massimo Pietropaolo, MD and Jake Kushner, MD. Young adulthood is an exciting, but sometimes challenging time, for youth with diabetes. As … Full Entry »

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Living with diabetes in plain sight

This blog is coauthored by Kristen Hendrix, MD, and Brittany Baker, LMSW, Pediatric Endocrinology. Diabetes is not an invisible disease. Blood sugar monitoring, insulin injections and advanced diabetes technology make … Full Entry »

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First things first: A year of firsts following the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes

Following a new diabetes diagnosis, families go through so many new experiences. Even a simple trip to the grocery store can suddenly seem like trip to a foreign land. But … Full Entry »

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