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Other Social Issues from 2003

  1. I am looking for Career Guidance for a person with type 1 diabetes. (20 Nov 2003)
  2. I am getting married, but unfortunately my fiancee does not know that I have diabetes, and I do not want my fiancee to know about it. (14 Nov 2003)
  3. My boyfriend has type 1 diabetes, and when we 'get active', he usually gets a hypo. Is there a way to prevent this happening? (9 Nov 2003)
  4. What are the effects of birth control pills on blood sugars? Can I get birth control pills without my parents' knowledge or permission? (23 Oct 2003)
  5. I was charged with medical neglect and had my son removed from my home. Any tips on what I can do to undo this mess? (6 Oct 2003)
  6. What complications will develop if my daughter continues using meth? (20 Sep 2003)
  7. Can you provide advice/articles I can forward to my ex-son-in-law about the risks of high blood sugar levels? (13 Sep 2003)
  8. My girlfriend's mother says that the bruises on her face and the broken bones are because she has diabetes and behavior disorders. (25 Aug 2003)
  9. I'm a teenager with type 1 diabetes who also smokes pot, and I know for a fact it lowers my glucose. (1 Aug 2003)
  10. Where can I get some statistics about the effects of drugs on diabetes? (15 Jul 2003)
  11. Coast Guard policy prohibits people with diabetes of any kind from serving in the service, and I am deeply committed to fighting this. (13 Jul 2003)
  12. Is there a possibility that the marijuana usage has "controlled" my glucose levels from the bourbon? (26 Jun 2003)
  13. I'm thinking about adopting an eight year little girl who diabetes. Am I taking on a very big responsibility? (11 Jun 2003)
  14. My son's girlfriend takes insulin, and since I'm not educated about this illness, I am very concerned about her drinking alcohol. (31 May 2003)
  15. The Operations Director is telling me she will no longer accommodate my schedule to care for my daughter. What can I do? (12 May 2003)
  16. Is it okay for my 10 son to take a two hour, non-stop flight with just his two younger sisters under the supervision of airline personnel? (29 Apr 2003)
  17. What advice would you give someone with diabetes who insists that a drink every now and then is okay? (8 Apr 2003)
  18. Will I have any difficulties with a sexual relationship because I have diabetes? (7 Apr 2003)
  19. Does employment within a chemical plant (refinery) pose any particular health problems for a person with diabetes? (4 Apr 2003)
  20. Is it safe for someone to work which blood sugar this high? When and who should decide what is safe? (30 Mar 2003)
  21. I want information about sex and diabetes, but I was too embarrassed to ask my doctor. Does the pump get in the way? (27 Mar 2003)
  22. Is it true that a nine year old cannot be held accountable for behavior when she is too low or too high? (24 Mar 2003)
  23. Is there anywhere I can obtain information of the effects of alcohol and drug use on people with diabetes? (24 Mar 2003)
  24. Can a child with newly diagnosed diabetes successfully attend summer camp? (10 Mar 2003)
  25. Could my daughter's use of marijuana have serious effects on her health? (6 Mar 2003)
  26. Since being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes less than a year ago, my husband has lost interest in having sex. (16 Feb 2003)
  27. My daughter was issued a learner's permit, but the school nurse says she cannot have it until she has her doctor fill out a form. (9 Feb 2003)
  28. Is drinking on the weekends going to cause my friend any harm? (30 Jan 2003)
  29. How can my son get his license back? (26 Jan 2003)

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