Laura Gandrud, MD
Lauren Plunkett, RDN LD
Erin Roehl, CDE
Identical twins, Ingrid and Amelia, couldn't be more different. But 13-month-old Ingrid won't let won't let a rare, genetic form of diabetes slow down her amazing progress.
Puberty brings about a lot of changes in an adolescent’s body. One of these changes is how the body handles insulin. Go into further detail with Dr. Laura Gandrud by reading here and watching her VidScrips!
Do you ever wonder how you can add more vegetables to your day? Fresh, frozen, canned, steamed, sautéed, baked, grilled, and seasoned, vegetables do a body good, but you need flavor, too! Learn some fresh approaches from Lauren, one of our clinic’s dietitians. Read more here!
From young sprouts to adolescents, children may need different types of support to cope with diabetes. Read Child Life Specialists, Dagney and Schoni, guide to supporting your growing child by clicking here!
Four-year-old twins Lincoln and Leland were diagnosed with type 1 diabetes just after their first birthdays. Parents Megan and Jon help them manage the disease all day, every day.
A Children's Minnesota clinical trial is using technology to evaluate diabetes patients’ glucose trends each week instead of each quarter.
Rebecca Spehar writes about her and husband Dave's experience after their son, Finn, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as a 4-year-old.