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Always keep hypo treats close at hand

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People with diabetes who are treated with antidiabetics or insulin are at risk of too low blood glucose levels. These hypoglycaemia can have serious consequences. If you take medication for diabetes, it is therefore of crucial importance to always take fast-acting sugar, so-called hypo treats, with you and have them ready to hand at all times.

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Children with diabetes rely on simple explanations

mylife KIDS brochure with explanations and tips

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When a child is diagnosed with diabetes, their life and the life of their family changes significantly all of a sudden. This can be scary for a child. It is therefore crucial that the meaning of diabetes is explained to the child in an easily understandable way.