8 edition of Getting a grip on diabetes found in the catalog.
Getting a grip on diabetes
Spike Nasmyth Loy
|Statement||Spike Nasmyth Loy and Bo Nasmyth Loy.|
|Contributions||Loy, Bo Nasmyth, 1982-|
|LC Classifications||RJ420.D5 L695 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2006100208|
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Now young adults, Spike and Bo Loy were diagnosed as young kids with type 1 diabetes. This book contains their guidance about living successfully with diabetes and covers a wide range of topics, from school to athletics to travel to parties. Brothers Spike and Bo tell you about their life with diabetes as kids (ages 5 and 6), teens and into college.
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Get this from a library. Getting a grip on diabetes: quick tips and techniques for kids and teens. [Spike Nasmyth Loy; Bo Nasmyth Loy] -- Explains how to control blood sugar levels in ways that are easy to understand and provides tips on navigating the school system, participating in sports, driving, and taking trips safely with.
Get this from a library. Getting a grip on diabetes: quick tips & techniques for kids and teens. [Spike Nasmyth Loy; Bo Nasmyth Loy] -- Provides information and advice on living with diabetes at home, at schools from elementary to college, and while participating in a wide varieties of activities, and discusses illness, diet, family.
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