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July 7, 2020Exercise
While spring isn’t the main season for volleyball, I was incredibly excited for it. I broke my arm mid-season in the fall and could not wait to get back out on the court when our spring season was cancelled two days before our first tournament. There is not much else to say about that except for it… Read more
July 6, 2020Exercise
Thursday March 12th, started off as normal spring break training day. We went on the water and had a solid practice followed by a surprise by the coaches: a water gun fight. After practice we were running around splashing each other with our water guns and jumping in the lake without a care in the… Read more
July 2, 2020Conference Recaps
Each year, CDN selects a group of young adult leaders as part of our NextGen program to attend conferences to network, represent CDN, and learn about the latest research and innovations in diabetes. This year, we had 9 NextGen leaders attend the American Diabetes Association 80th Scientific… Read more
June 30, 2020Campus Health, Off to College
Glucagon Series Sponsored by Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc. & Lilly Diabetes: Blog #1 - tackling the burden of self-advocacy and education. Disclaimer: This blog is part of a series of blogs written by CDN students, alumni, and parents. CDN is committed to ensuring that young adults have the… Read more
June 29, 2020
Publishing a book. It seemed like a crazy idea to me too, especially as a first year college student studying biology. The idea first came to me to start writing in seventh grade. I was fed up with the misconceptions that I heard day after day. “You got diabetes because you ate too much sugar.” “Oh… Read more
June 25, 2020CDN News
The College Diabetes Network (CDN) has just released its newest resource for young adults - Insurance 101. This resource and corresponding website provide critical information for young adults living with type one diabetes (T1D) as they navigate the often confusing process of choosing a health… Read more