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Image for kids with type2 diabetes articleEnjoying the Holidays When Your Child Has Diabetes

The holiday season is filled with all sorts of tasty cookies, pies, and other treats that bring squeals of glee from most children. But children with diabetes can often feel restricted and left out in the presence of "forbidden foods" during this time. Here are some tips on how you can you help your child enjoy the holidays—even with the dietary restrictions of diabetes.

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