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  • Issue 32 – Building a community. Support, hope and progress issue32_HKJDA Spring issue 32_final_low_res_Page_01The Diabetes Conference 2013 was a truly international event with speakers and participants from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and Macau. Speakers represented every aspect of life with diabetes – medical practitioners, patient advocates, journalists and technicians giving attendees the latest information and knowledge about diabetes viewed from different perspectives.
  • Issue 31 – Equal Love, Unequal Time issue31_6850 HKJDA issue 31 low-res_Page_01When a child is diagnosed with diabetes it means a drastic change to the child’s lifestyle, however the diagnosis also impacts on the lifestyle of the rest of the family, and this is rarely talked about. In this issue we talked to parents of children with diabetes who have siblings ...
  • Issue 30 – Olympic Inspiration issue30_low res_final_Page_01Having been inspired by the Olympic Games this summer we spoke to some of our very own sporty YDA members-Brittany Fried, Henry Wong and Sammi Tsang – to hear how they manage playing the sports they love, and their diabetes at the same time.
  • Issue 29 – Preparing for school issue29 (Low R vers)_Page_01School is supposed to be all about the pursuit of knowledge, but for many parents of a child with type 1 diabetes, school is a huge unknown. Will the teachers have time to watch out for your child? Will your child’s classmates be kind? Will your child be able to ...
  • Issue 28 – Teen Challenges for type 1 issue28_HKJDA magazine_March_web version_Page_01So often in the face of juvenile diabetes, the collective voice of children is lost. Because of this, there is an abundance of knowledge and advice – such as tips for living life successfully as a student, sibling, child or teenager – that isn’t shared between younger patients because of ...