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    Providing support for children with diabetes is essential for their current emotional development and their medical situation later in life. Learn how to give them the helping hand they need now while teaching them how to be independent and manage the disease as they get older.
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    What are the symptoms of child diabetes? Aside from frequent urination, extreme hunger and thirst, children with diabetes may also present with weakness and lethargy. A sudden unexplained loss of weight is another primary indicator of diabetes in children.
  • Controlling Your Child’s Diabetes: Diabetic Diet Meal Plan
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  • How to Help Your Child with Diabetes
    For the parent of a child who has been diagnosed with juvenile diabetes, the thought of trying to manage this disease can be overwhelming. Here are several things that can be done to make this transition easier for you and your child.
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