Tips From A Professional Diabetes Educator In Our Community

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Ok, back to our war against childhood diabetes! I contacted Ms. Suzi Moore who is the head of diabetes education at Waccamaw Hospital in Murrells Inlet, SC and she has given a me a few tips that she would like to pass on. Limit sugary beverages and juices Be physically active for 60 minutes every […]

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The Emotional Distress Brought On By Childhood Diabetes: Part 2

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Last time we discussed a few of the emotional challenges kids with diabetes might have,and today we’re going to finish up that section. Anger, even resentment is a common feeling these children sometimes experience. It’s probably easy to feel that way when all of a sudden you have all of these restrictions in your every […]

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The Emotional Distress Brought On By Childhood Diabetes

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When you hear this disease, diabetes mentioned, your first thoughts might be of someone pricking their finger to monitor their sugar level, or of a person getting an insulin injection, but imagine how this situation would impact a child emotionally! There are all kinds of negative feelings kids might have and today we’ll be focusing […]

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What The Heck Is Childhood Diabetes Anyway?

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Ok, so here we are on day 2 of our “let’s end childhood diabetes” mission 🙂 I think the most logical place to start is by first understanding exactly what diabetes is,so I did a little research and here’s what I found: Diabetes is a disorder of sugar and insulin (a hormone produced in the […]

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Combat Diabetes With Karate And A Healthy Diet

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Did you know that according to the American Diabetes Association, 1 in 4 people under the age of 20 have diabetes? At Karate World we aim to teach our students self defense and there’s a lot more to true self defense than just punching, kicking, and grappling. One of the most important ways we can […]

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