Volunteer spotlight: David Levy

Nine years after David Levy’s son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D), David is the first to reach out with a reassuring phone call to other families facing new diagnoses. And as a member of the JDRF New York City Chapter, David has reached out in so many other ways, broadcasting JDRF’s mission far and wide.

Winter woes: T1D and the flu

When the days grow shorter and the snow starts to fall, there’s no mistaking winter’s arrival. Most people look forward to this season filled with holidays, sledding, and hot chocolate, but there’s one aspect of winter that no one enjoys—the flu. Getting sick with a cold or the flu can sideline anyone, but when you […]

Volunteer spotlight: Michelle Crouse

Michelle Crouse, of the JDRF Alabama Chapter, has been a caring volunteer, a dedicated advocate, and, quite literally, the calm in a storm. Now her 13-year-old son Cameron, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age two, is taking up the family tradition with his own volunteer and advocacy work.

Creating a world without type 1 diabetes

We’re the plan to change the future type. JDRF research focuses on key therapies that hold significant promise in turning Type One into Type None, including: artificial pancreas, encapsulation, smart insulin, restoration, and prevention.

Holiday redux

Holiday redux

The holidays are upon us! No matter which celebration(s) you observe—Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve, you name it—we’ve got a wealth of information from our archives to help you ring in your healthiest, happiest type 1 diabetes (T1D) holiday season yet.