Cat Pugh, a 23-year-old with type 1 diabetes, will set out this month to tackle the Appalachian Trail with hopes of hiking 2,190 miles from Georgia to Maine. Join her journey as she post regular updates from the trail. #CatHikes
At 330 pounds, Eric O'Grey had tried every diet, including Atkins, South Beach, Weight Watchers, and Nutrisystem. He'd lose some weight, only to regain it all back and then some. But life took an interesting turn for O'Grey after a visit to a naturopathic doctor and a local dog shelter.
In February of 2014, 25-year-old Robin Arzon, a NYC-based marathoner and Peloton cycling instructor, was preparing for a race when she found herself feeling extremely thirsty and fatigued. A visit to the doctor for a blood test turned out to be a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes.
Wendy Peacock, a Texas attorney and mom with severe type 1 diabetes, made medical history in August when she became the first recipient of a breakthrough islet cell transplant procedure developed by the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI) at UHealth — University of Miami Health System.
Coping with a lifetime of type I diabetes is one thing. Learning that your child has the disease, too, is way harder to handle. Just ask Debbie Bonney, 37, a mom of two who lives in Manchester, Maryland. She learned three years ago that her son Brady, now eight, has diabetes, too.
Life veered off course for 26-year-old Xfinity series stock car driver Jamie Dick following a recent type 1 diabetes diagnosis. Find out how this El Paso, Texas-native is working hard to get his health back on track.
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