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  • How to Stay Healthy With Type 1 Diabetes for Kids

    Kids who have type 1 diabetes need to take some important steps to feel good and stay healthy.

  • Talking About Your Feelings for Kids

    Noticing your feelings and saying how you feel can help you feel better. This article for kids has ideas on how to practice talking about feelings and emotions.

  • What to Do When You Feel Sad for Kids

    Everyone is sad once in a while. But depression is a sadness that goes on too long and hurts too much. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Coping With Sad Feelings for Kids

    Everyone feels sad sometimes. This slideshow has tips on what to do to help sad feelings ease away.

  • Feeling Good About Your Body for Kids

    Do you wish you could change something about your body? It’s normal to think about it sometimes. Here are tips for kids on feeling good about your body.

  • What to Do When You Feel Stressed for Kids

    Everybody gets stressed from time to time. This article for kids has some tips to try the next time you're stressed.

  • Stressed About a Test? How to Cope for Kids

    If you feel stressed about a test, you’re not alone. You feel stressed because you care about doing well and you don’t want to do poorly. Here's what to do

  • Sports, Exercise, and Diabetes for Kids

    Like anyone else, kids with diabetes can enjoy sports. Whether you want to go for the gold or just go hiking in your hometown, your diabetes won't hold you back.

  • Someone in My Friend's Family Died. What Should I Do? for Kids

    Your friend probably feels a sadness called grief. People show their grief in different ways. They might need or want different things to help them feel better. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Going to School When You Have Diabetes for Kids

    Are you on your own at school when you're dealing with diabetes? Not at all. Your teachers, coaches, school nurse, and friends can help you out.