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Behavior from 2012

  1. Recently diagnosed, my daughter has been locking herself in her room and making a mess when she does not get her way. How can I discipline her without causing stress induced hypoglycemia? (20 Jun 2012)
  2. My teen son will not test before eating or going to bed; he just doesn't care any more, lies about his readings. How should I handle this? Is this normal? (1 May 2012)
  3. My 12-year-old son often forgets to bolus for his snacks. Is there a way to use his pump or iPod or something else to help remind him to do so? (28 Feb 2012)
  4. Because of medical neglect by her family, a child has been placed in my care. She has poor eating habits and has been in DKA several times. How can I get her to change her habits, take better care of herself? (14 Feb 2012)
  5. My daughter has been misbehaving--cutting her sister's hair, sneaking food, etc. Is this related to her diabetes or is it something else? (7 Feb 2012)

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