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    We may be halfway through the month of Halloween, but it’s also National Baking Week—and no, it’s not just for the Food Network!
    The great thing about baking is that it’s an activity the whole family can do together, or can be done with a friend and the results shared! Baking also allows you to have more control over the ingredients in your food, and make substitutions where needed for allergies, intolerances and sensitivities, special diets, and plain old preference! After all, when was the last time a store-bought chocolate chip cookie was as delicious as one that was fresh out of the oven?
    This week, we’ve
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    Young child receiving help testing blood sugar level.
    Type 1 diabetes, formerly known as juvenile diabetes, is a form of diabetes caused by the immune system attacking the pancreas, making it unable to produce a hormone called insulin. If you have type 1 diabetes, while you were learning how to give yourself insulin and count carbohydrates, you were probably also told that you should wear a medical ID bracelet or necklace.
    Wearing a medical ID bracelet for type 1 diabetes is important, because T1D can be unpredictable. You can do the same thing two days in a row and get wildly different results, as my friend Read More


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