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Mental Health from 2008

  1. My teen daughter, diagnosed with type 1 in 1996, often neglects her diabetes care. How can I help her get back on track? (21 Nov 2008)
  2. Now a young adult, my daughter is tired of diabetes. Are there any books to help her cope? Are there any new developments on the horizon? (19 Nov 2008)
  3. My son has had severe mood swings for two years. Are these related to diabetes, with which he was just diagnosed? (22 Sep 2008)
  4. I have a patient with type 1 who has behavioral issues. How can I determine how much his diabetes is affecting his behavior? (21 Feb 2008)

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