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“How do you explain diabetes to her?”

“How do you explain diabetes to her?” How do you explain diabetes to your kid?  I wish there was a strategy, a predictable path that conversations about health and wellness could take, like when my daughter brings out The Game of Life and I want to replace all the normal life stuff with the diabetes versions […] “How do you explain diabetes to her?” was first posted on September 30, 2016 at 10:22 am.
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