Diabetes care is part of life, so we often find ourselves checking blood sugars, taking insulin, and changing infusion sets in interesting places. Athletes with diabetes must integrate diabetes care into their sport. Here are some examples of kids and adults doing just that. Send in your photos to share by emailing them, along with your name, location, and date, to email@example.com.
Athletics and Sports
[ medium ]Annie, age 10, takes a quick break halfway through a 90-minute swim practice with the Clemson Aquatic Team (CAT) to make sure her blood sugar is still safely within her target range for rigorous exercise: 120-200. (Notice her insulin pump on her back.) July 23, 2004
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