Q&A with T1D Musician Austin James

Austin James sits down with Beyond Type 1 to discuss his experiences with Type 1 diabetes and music.

How Coming Out Helped Me Accept My T1D Diagnosis

There is a feeling of isolation — that once I ‘disclose’ who I am I will forever be ‘branded’ by others. But coming out had prepared me for this journey.   

Lauren Cox: The First Player with Type 1 Diabetes in the WNBA

Lauren Cox was drafted third overall in the 2020 WNBA draft and is the first ever professional women’s basketball player with Type 1 diabetes.

Celebrating the First Commercial Pilot with Type 1 Diabetes

This Spring, Pietro Marsala made history as the very first insulin-dependent pilot to be approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly commercially

Seeing the Signs + Learning to Thrive with T1D

Eoin Costelloe (Insuleoin) talks about his Type 1 diagnosis and how he learned to thrive in his new life as a T1D.

My Inspirations to Stay at Home

I would love to throw caution to the wind and get outside right now - travel, see my friends, be anywhere but my house. But I am not going to. Here's why.

Silver Linings During COVID-19

Here's a rundown of positive things happening around the world that you might have missed because it's important to focus on the good news, too!

What We’ve Gotten Back: Lessons From COVID-19

Mila reflects on the ways COVID-19 has impacted her family and herself, and what she hopes to take from the situation when all is said and done.

Between Two Lines: Tackling Type 1 With Humor

Levi Davenport recently created a video series titled "If Blood Sugar Could Talk," in an attempt to personify pesky blood sugars. His Youtube channel "Between Two Lines" offers humor and support to those with T1D.

Feeling Helpless? Here’s What You Can Do

Feeling helpless in the midst of COVID-19? You’re not alone. Here is a list of specific actions you can take to have a real positive impact for yourself, your family, and your community. 

Sharing My Journey

Janae talks about her opening up about T1D for the first time online, and how she knew it was important to provide a perspective as a woman of color.

Gary Forbes: Besting Diabetes on the Basketball Court

Rob Howe interviewed Gary Forbes, a former NBA player with Type 1 diabetes, who still plays professionally overseas.

Diagnosis + Diabulimia: QiQi’s Journey

Eating disorders aren't discussed much in the diabetes world. Qiana shares her story about diabulimia to normalize the discussion about eating disorders.

How the Kindness of Strangers Saved One Boy’s Life

Gahan is eight years old and lives in a small village outside Bangladesh. Thanks to donations, Life for a Child is able to provide Gahan with what he needs.

Mommy Beeps: Parenting as a Type 1

Kim reflects on interactions with her sons and the difficulties of explaining chronic illness to young ones, which is what led to her writing the children's book, "Mommy Beeps."