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  • Smart Snacking

    Healthy snacks are essential for busy teens. Find out how eating nutritious snacks throughout the day can keep your energy level high and your mind alert.

  • Why Is an Apple a Healthier Snack Than a Chocolate Bar?

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Sports, Exercise, and Diabetes

    Teens with diabetes can exercise and play sports at the same level as everyone else, so whether you want to go for the gold or just go hiking in your hometown, diabetes shouldn't hold you back.

  • How Can I Lose Weight Safely?

    Lots of people are unhappy with their present weight, but aren't sure how to change it - or even if they need to. Get the facts on weight loss here.

  • About Recipes for Teens With Diabetes

    A diabetes educator and dietitian chose these recipes, but they're not just for people with diabetes. Almost anyone looking for nutritious meals and snacks can enjoy them.

  • When Blood Sugar Is Too Low

    When blood glucose levels drop too low, it's called hypoglycemia. Very low blood sugar levels can cause severe symptoms that need to be treated right away.

  • Healthy Dining Hall Eating

    You're away at college, and your parents are no longer looking over your shoulder to make sure you eat your vegetables. So what should you be eating, anyway?

  • Type 1 Diabetes: How Is It Treated?

    People with type 1 diabetes need to follow a treatment plan to manage their diabetes and stay healthy and active.

  • Diabetes: Dealing With Feelings

    It's perfectly normal for people with diabetes to feel sad, angry, confused, upset, alone, embarrassed, and even jealous. After all, these are natural emotions that everyone feels from time to time. But how can you cope?

  • Help Your Parents Get Healthy

    Lots of you say your parents aren't too good at making changes to become healthier. So what can you do to help them along? Here are some tips on getting parents to make a change.

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