How to travel with diabetes
Hitting the road? Download a free Doctor's Note Template. A medical note can help satisfy border guards and airport security officials. Have your doctor fill out and sign this simple template about the medical supplies in your luggage and you're ready to go.
Going abroad with diabetes can be a hassle. Make it easier to travel anywhere you want. Get my travel tips for different destinations, follow my T1D travelogues, and find diabetes inspiration here on 70-130.com.
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October 26, 2016 in Inspiration
Some examples of perfect blood sugar selfies from my exciting trip to Estonia. Diabetes isn’t always perfect but then again sometimes it is.
October 14, 2016 in Diabetes, Psychology
Blood sugar can be an accurate marker of stress in your life. Here’s how to use diabetes as a tool to reduce stress and improve your life.
October 10, 2016 in Diabetes
Insulin pump or injections, which fits you better? Compare the experiences of three diabetics with different thoughts about getting insulin in their bodies.
October 3, 2016 in Diabetes
I checked my blood sugar 127 times in September. Here’s the analysis – what I got right and what I got wrong, and why and when. Data rules!
September 27, 2016 in Diabetes
A mini-diary from a weekend I spent with almost no blood sugar strips. Read how I guessed my way through my meals and shots and how it compared to checking.
September 8, 2016 in Diabetes
People think life would be stress-free if their diabetes were cured. But for a T1D since childhood it could be a difficult psychological adjustment.
September 1, 2016 in Diabetes
My August blood sugars were very similar to last month’s, but with more just outside the 70-130 mg/dL range. Here’s the detailed report. Data is good!
August 18, 2016 in Diabetes
Learning to care for diabetes sometimes means getting used to routines that need to be revisited. It may be time to fine-tune your T1D thinking.
August 12, 2016 in Online
My “blood sugar guessing game” diabetes Vine videos have reached 50,000 loops. The response from other diabetics has been unexpected and very nice.
Interview with Madeline Milzark, an 18-year old Type 1 diabetic who was featured in a BBC story as an advocate for better diabetes understanding.
August 1, 2016 in Diabetes
An analysis of all my blood sugar readings from July 2016. I checked my poor little fingers 151 times, but the numbers were pretty good – enough to be proud of.
Tips and tales from a Type 1 diabetic world traveler who deals with immigration officials, pharmacies, and insulin, strips, and other weird-looking supplies.