Keeping Your Child/Teen Safe With Diabetes

Saturday, Oct. 18, 9 a.m.
The Diabetes Parent Support Network hosts "Keeping Your Child/Teen Safe With Diabetes," an educational event for families.

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Our Website Has a New Look!

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's website has been completely redesigned to better serve our patient families. Take a look around the brand new online home of the Diabetes Center for Children.

Take a look around »

Andrew's Diabetes Story

Andrew Davis knows the ups and downs of living with type 1 diabetes. Diagnosed at age 5, he is now a junior at Rutgers University.

Learn about Andrew's transition to college »

Help Your Child Tell Friends About Type 1 Diabetes

Many children worry about telling friends that they have diabetes. You can help your child prepare to have these conversations. Learn how »

More News and Updates

Welcome Our New Diabetes Educators

We're excited to introduce three new certified diabetes educators who have joined the Diabetes Center for Children. They'll be helping our patients and families learn how to better manage diabetes. Meet our new team members »
 

New Target Hemoglobin A1c For All Children

In a recent position statement, the American Diabetes Association now says that all children with type 1 diabetes should strive for a hemoglobin A1c target of less than 7.5%. About target hemoglobin A1c »
 

Daylight Saving Time and Diabetes

It’s that time of year again! Nov. 2, 2014, is Daylight Saving Time! Be sure to update your meters and insulin pumps. How to update your diabetes equipment »
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