After 23 Years, What Do We Know for Sure?

She helped start it all with one local conference in 1995, and pioneered our growth to hundreds of conferences over the last 23 years. Now TCOYD’s Co-Founder Sandra Bourdette is starting a new chapter, but will always be our ultimate guide.

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A Dose of Dr. E: Sick Day Rules

Should you give yourself more or less insulin if you’re sick?  What if you can’t hold anything down at all?  Are “sick day rules” different for people with type 1 than type 2?  Dr. Edelman explains what to do when you have the flu.

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Low Carb Italian Chicken Cacciatore

This version of chicken cacciatore is low in carb, high in flavor, easy to make and kid-approved!  Bursting with healthy ingredients, it’s perfect for any time of year.

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Ozempic: Sugar Coated Success or the Best of Its Kind?

Recently approved by the FDA, Ozempic sets itself apart from other once-weekly GLP-1 RAs for type 2 diabetes by demonstrating the quickest and greatest effect in reducing blood glucose and body weight in studies. Is it right for you?

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6 Tips on Parenting a T1D Child

Parenting a child with type 1 diabetes is a lot of things, but easy ain’t always one of ‘em. T1D Mom Audrey Farley shares advice on navigating the bumpy terrain.

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Not Sure You’re Ready to Dive into an Online Diabetes Community?
We Can Help!

Diabetes can be an overwhelming and often very lonely condition to tackle. It’s something we can’t just turn off or deal with later; it’s there 24/7 and it can be hard for the people around us to truly understand what it’s like. But you are not alone! There’s a global diabetes community ready to support you, and you can participate as much or as little as you like.

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DIY Looping

Steve and I had the pleasure of going to Vienna, Austria together two weeks ago for the diabetes technology meeting, and while there definitely was some cool stuff presented in the artificial pancreas world, my update comes from my own AP world. As I’ve mentioned before, I started on LOOP about 4 months ago, and I think I’m finally ready to give an update on it.

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Cure-Based Therapies for Type 1s

What the heck are cure-based therapies? Well, the AP is not a cure but a darned good form of therapy that will bridge the gap until there is a cure. This talk will focus on the area of research that is going for the gold…a real cure…from prevention for our loved ones who have tested positive with diabetes-causing antibodies to the implantation of islet cells. This panel of experts has some of the world’s smartest folks in this space and will leave viewers with some real hope…and hope is where it’s at!

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Sugar Surfing

You can’t stop the waves of fluctuating blood glucose levels but you can learn to surf. For those considering or already using Continuous Glucose Monitoring, this talk is for you. Dr. Stephen Ponder, a pediatric endocrinologist and a type 1 himself, takes you beyond the basics and shows you a better way to manage your blood glucose levels. He debunks the myths surrounding classic diabetes management while teaching you a better way. Watch him “Hang Ten”!

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Bolusing: Accounting For Fats & Proteins

The practice of bolusing for just carbs is plain wrong. Yep, we said it! You may not realize that proteins and fats also raise your glucose values but at different rates. Howard will explain to us how different nutrients affect our glucose values and more importantly, how to bolus for them.

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