20 October 2020
Halloween. Samhain. All-Hallows Eve. Whatever name you call it, the 31st October brings with it spooks, goblins, thrills, chills, and sweets for kids of all ages. And many adults too. Living with diabetes can make Halloween a difficult time for people who love this particular holiday.
What’s not to love, right? You get to dress up in costumes, decorate your home, and dish up delicious treats to your close friends and family. When you have diabetes, Halloween can be a mountain of temptation, making it easy to stray from the healthy plan you have worked so hard to create for yourself. It does not have...