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Am I at Risk for Diabetes?

By JustMommies staff

An estimated 18.2 million people in the United States have diabetes. More than half (9.3 million) are women (1). Diabetes is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and if left untreated can lead to a myriad of complications. Knowing your risk factors is one tool to preventing diabetes
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Bedwetting Basics

By JustMommies staff

Bedwetting is a cause of frustration for many parents. If you are like me, you may have gone through countless articles looking for the magic cure to your child's bedwetting problem. Unfortunately, there is no quick fix for bedwetting. Bedwetting in children under five is considered normal. Enuresis,
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Bedwetting Basics

By JustMommies staff

Bedwetting is a cause of frustration for many parents. If you are like me, you may have gone through countless articles looking for the magic cure to your child's bedwetting problem. Unfortunately, there is no quick fix for bedwetting. Bedwetting in children under five is considered normal. Enuresis,
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Bedwetting Basics

By JustMommies staff

Bedwetting is a cause of frustration for many parents. If you are like me, you may have gone through countless articles looking for the magic cure to your child's bedwetting problem. Unfortunately, there is no quick fix for bedwetting. Bedwetting in children under five is considered normal. Enuresis,
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Childhood Diabetes (Type 1 Diabetes)

Type 1 Diabetes (T1D), also known as childhood or juvenile diabetes, is a scary, complicated diagnosis for most parents to hear. It will mean a big adjustment for you, your child and the people in your life. The good news is that there have been a number of developments in recent years that make living
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Childhood Diabetes (Type 1 Diabetes)

Type 1 Diabetes (T1D), also known as childhood or juvenile diabetes, is a scary, complicated diagnosis for most parents to hear. It will mean a big adjustment for you, your child and the people in your life. The good news is that there have been a number of developments in recent years that make living
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Glucose Tolerance Test

By JustMommies staff

Around 24-28 weeks of pregnancy your doctor will likely want to screen you for gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that may develop during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes is distinguished from other types of diabetes because it occurs during pregnancy, it was not diagnosed
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Managing Gestational Diabetes

By Rebecca Pillar

Most women find that as soon as they find out they are pregnant, they start watching everything they put into their body. They drink more water, make healthier food choices and just overall take better care of themselves. Depending on your doctor or midwife, somewhere between 12 and 20 weeks gestation,
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Menu Tips & Guidelines for Kids with Diabetes

By Jill Jackson

Diabetes is a metabolic disease that prevents your body from using sugar properly. There are two forms of diabetes: Type 1, where your body (your pancreas) does not make a hormone called insulin; and Type 2: where your body makes insulin, but is unable to use it. Children and teens can be diagnosed with
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Menu Tips & Guidelines for Kids with Diabetes

By Jill Jackson

Diabetes is a metabolic disease that prevents your body from using sugar properly. There are two forms of diabetes: Type 1, where your body (your pancreas) does not make a hormone called insulin; and Type 2: where your body makes insulin, but is unable to use it. Children and teens can be diagnosed with
» Read more