Parents, Children, and Caregivers
Dealing with a diabetes diagnosis
When someone is diagnosed with diabetes, it can seem like the whole family has diabetes.
This is because diabetes touches every part of a person's life. Their diet, energy
level, and even their feelings can be affected. To support loved ones with diabetes,
families may choose to eat healthier. They may also want to do more activities as
a group. Diabetes can even help bring families closer by bringing them together
Diabetes and children
Children can be diagnosed with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Living with diabetes
at a young age has its ups and downs. But there are many ways to manage diabetes
at school, with friends, and while out and about.
Learn about diabetes
What is basal-bolus therapy?
A fast-acting insulin analog like NovoLog® (insulin aspart [rDNA origin] injection) can be taken along with a long-acting insulin for better blood sugar control.
Individual results may vary.