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Hello Everyone, I just have this concern I would like people who maybe experienced same thing or know more about it could advice. Couple of days ago, I experienced unusually fast heart-beat (well not hypoglycemia related obviously). I went to…Continue
Just curious, if so inclined, how much daily basal do you all use, either on MDI or pump? If on MDI, lantus or levemir, 1 or 2 shots? On MDI, do you find your basal shots last throughout the day/night or are you constantly giving yourself…Continue
Have you seen the video of Emily teaching Manny to dance salsa? It's a hoot, but for a good cause. We're raising money for the Diabetes Hands Foundation--home to TuDiabetes--and we've got a stretch goal of raising $15,000 by the end of the year.…Continue
While doing birthday greetings this morning I went to the page for “Bebo321” and she has a simple yet provocative question on her page. “Diabetes blogging, how do you advocate”? I suppose it is provocative for me since I started blogging.
By the way this is blog number 131, of my personal commitment to write 200 blogs. So I have written 130 blogs, and Bebo on her page asked the question, how do you…Continue
On December 1, 2012 my father passed after a brief illness, he was 78. Dad was fairly private man who liked to laugh, enjoyed a good joke (mostly on others) and above all else and obeyed authority, even if he mocked it in private. Dad was not well educated, but like the lyric of the Paul Simon song, Kodachrome ‘he could read the reading on the wall’. I loved that about my dad and I think he taught me that, though…Continue
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