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October 2, 2019Greek Life, Off to College
While navigating college, Greek life, and diabetes, it can feel as if you’re speaking a different language. Fear not! In no time, you will be an expert "translator"! For the past 12 years, I have had type 1 diabetes. Once I went to college, I was finally at a cornerstone in my life where I would… Read more
September 23, 2019Health, Campus Health
So you've moved in, found your classes, and the homesickness (we won't tell anyone) has abated. But there is one connection that you still need to make: medical care! Students with diabetes can typically maintain care with their pediatric clinical practice until age 21 or graduation from college.… Read more
September 17, 2019CDN News
The College Diabetes Network (CDN) announces a partnership with College Health TV to deliver video content on type 1 diabetes (T1D) to colleges and universities. Educational videos, produced by CDN, will stream at over 200 campus health centers across the US beginning in September 2019.  This is… Read more
September 16, 2019Conference Recaps
My time at the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) conference in Houston, Texas was incredible and I learned so much in such a short amount of time. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) at age 3 and ever since then, I have wanted nothing more than to get involved and give back… Read more
September 12, 2019Off to Work
Editor's note: Want to be better prepared as you adjust to the real world? Download CDN's Off to Work guide - it has all you need to know about managing T1D and work! If you were like me, you were so prepared for the transition to college that you had checklists, extra supplies, and plans on how… Read more
September 10, 2019Mental Health
This content originally appeared on Beyond Type 1 and was republished with permission. TRIGGER WARNING: This piece contains sensitive content regarding depression and suicide. Unfortunate timing When I was a senior in high school at 17, there was a period I had to live on my own in a Queens, NY… Read more