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  • Little Break Up by Paige Wagner As a person living with diabetes, it is difficult to shake the underlying fear of being alone – hiking alone, traveling alone, or living alone. Sometimes this disease is beyond the control of any […]

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  • Graduation by Paige Hammond “Congratulations on your graduation!” The words everyone looks forward to hearing after they work so hard to complete their degree. But of course graduation pushes that next question, “What are you going to do now?” or […]

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  • Value of the Students With Diabetes National Conference! By: Paige Wagner This year will be the 5th annual Students With Diabetes National Conference. I have attended every conference and each one is better than the last. From my involvement with Students […]

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  • Benefits Of The SWD Internship Program! By: Nicole Johnson, DrPH, MPH, MA Ever wonder what life will look like in 5 years? I am always thinking about this. As a natural planner, it is tough for me to handle unknowns. […]

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  • Tips On Starting Your Own Students With Diabetes (SWD) Chapter by: Ashley Wingert, MPH Thinking about starting a Students With Diabetes Chapter?  Feeling a little intimidated?  Don’t!  It’s not as daunting as it may seem and we are here to […]

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  • Students With Diabetes Internship Program by Nicole Johnson, MPH, MA, DrPH (Student), Miss America 1999 Internships and Practicums are a part of the education and development of young adults moving toward professional life. I decided to create the Students With […]

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  • Sharps Disposal by Nicole Johnson, MPH, MA, DrPH (Candidate), Miss America 1999 This is a topic that we don’t think about often, but it is quite important.  When you live with diabetes, you undoubtedly have sharps around your home which […]

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  • By: Ashley Muscatell After dealing with diabetes for over 12 years, I shouldn’t be so easily surprised by the misunderstandings that surround the disease. More than once, I have found myself in an awkward position where I must explain why […]

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  • By:  Ashley Muscatell Lately, it seems as if more and more television shows and movies are choosing diabetes as the seed of their jokes. I’m generally all for making light of a hard situation by kidding around, but when the […]

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  • By Paige Wagner I feel like I have always lived with diabetes. I was diagnosed at the age of 5 and my first memories surround my diagnosis. No matter how used to living with diabetes I am, new beginnings tend […]

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