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Be SMART in 2018

Be SMART in 2018

If the crowded gyms and weight loss meetings in January are any indication, healthy living and weight loss are top resolutions for the New Year. Everyone wants to be healthier, more organized, and less stressed. When you are reviewing your goals for a “new year, new...
Why DYS? Dr. Watkins

Why DYS? Dr. Watkins

  In June, Dr. Mark Watkins will join us for camp for the 10th time. Usually you will find him hard at work at the EDCC, but at camp you may find him climbing the 50 foot tree! Dr. Watkins knows that he is, technically, working as the medical director and on duty at...
Coughs, Sniffs, and Sneezes…Oh, my!

Coughs, Sniffs, and Sneezes…Oh, my!

Do you hear it? The sound of winter? Coughs, sniffles, and sneezes! No matter how much you want to put your kid in a bubble to keep them from getting sick, you probably won’t escape the winter without a single sniffle. For a parent with a child managing diabetes, you...
T1D, My Sister, and Me

T1D, My Sister, and Me

Written By Macey Shock (Sibling- Brynn Anspach) Type 1 Diabetes is a life changing diagnosis for not only the individual affected, but the entire family. Almost one year ago, it seemed as though our lives had gotten turned upside down. I will never forget the phone...