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Mental Health from 2007

  1. I once had a low for which I needed to eat quite a lot to get back in range. Now, I tend to overeat and run high because I'm afraid to go low and not be able to recover. What should I do? (14 Nov 2007)
  2. Diagnosed with type 1 six months ago, my young adult son is not handling his diabetes well emotionally. He won't discuss it. I don't think this is healthy. What should I do? (8 Jul 2007)
  3. How can you help your teen with depression due to diabetes without resorting to potent antidepressants? (3 Jul 2007)
  4. My sister has diabetes and manic depression. Is there a connection between the two? Shouldn't there be more research about this? (11 Mar 2007)

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