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Tweet The boys had been awake since 5am, my wife Katie, laid up in bed sick, the bosses were away and I was running the show; a busy day lay ahead no doubt, but nothing I had not dealt with before. A good days’ work ensued. I packed up and shoved everything into my bag…

Tweet A few years ago, I did some charity work in a Ghanaian village. To show their appreciation, the villages put on entertainment for the volunteers. On Sunday it was a game of football. One evening, they taught us all their local games – some requiring mental agility, some requiring physical agility and some requiring…

Tweet Share Summer is here and we have just embarked on our first family holiday, five months post diagnosis. Freddie’s dad Jon and I were not concerned, probably because we didn’t go abroad. We just ensured that we had spares of diabetic equipment. Sounds a bit blasé and naïve hey? Well not really, we just…

Tweet Share I’ve was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes over ten years ago. Throughout that time, I have been reading papers, articles, magazines about diabetes. As I have previously mentioned, I was worried that although that meant I knew about diabetes in general, my knowledge about diabetes for me was not growing. So I wrote…

Our video blogger Jen Grieves talks about her understanding of what Type 1 diabetes is all about and touches on Type 2 at the same time. Speaking from her own perspective, Jen talks about how you might develop diabetes, how it’s generally managed, the symptoms to look out for and aims to clear up some of the confusion surrounding the condition. What…