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Rejoicing the gift of life
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After the insulin is drawn into the syringe, one or two quick flicks against the syringe should allow the bubbles to escape. Air bubbles themselves are not dangerous but can reduce the amount of insulin actually injected. www.nityaasha.org
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1st step to follow while injecting insulin to a child with type 1 diabetes, is to Wash your Hands thoroughly.
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Poems written by Nityaasha children
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When a child who is diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, experiences Headache, it can be the symptom of Hypoglycemia.
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When a child who is diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, experiences very fast heartbeats, it can be the symptom of Hypoglycemia.
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One of the most visible symptom of Hypoglycemia, in children diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, is Sweating. http://www.nityaasha.org
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Nityaasha Foundation coverage in Sakal Times. Read the entire article here: http://epaper.sakaaltimes.com/SakaalTimes/9Feb2014/Normal/page13.htm
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Important tips on Blood Glucose Monitoring: Skipping meals, especially breakfast, could push your blood glucose higher. When you don't eat for several hours because of sleep or other reasons, your body fuels itself on glucose released from the liver.
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Important tips on Blood Glucose Monitoring: Always wash your hands carefully or use an alcohol wipe if you can't wash. Dry well before pricking.
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