We've raised $5800 toward our overall goal of $15,000! And Manny has gotten his 3rd dance lesson.
Won't you help him get his 4th by Friday, the 13th? We need to hit $6750 in donations to make it Friday, LUCKY 13.
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Updated: Dec. 12, 2013 @ 4:00 pm PST
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Lately someone started a survey on here about TDD – I found that very interesting and would like to specifically ask the Type 1.5 or LADA diabetics about their dosages-Are you a LADA? What are your Total Daily Doses, and how much have they increased…Continue
Very simple, just post ONE WORD that is somehow associated with the previous word. Easy right?(Diabetes related words welcome but not necessary!!)OK...first word: sugarContinue
I find that when I take out my infusion set it's glued to me like cementThen why do they pull out so easily when I don't want them to?Here are the 10 most common ways my sets are removed.1.Doorknob reaches out and snags tubing as I'm trying to hurry…Continue
Type 2, diagnosed A1c of 12' now 6.1 no meds, no I did not loose 50 pounds, did not need too, run twice a week, workout with a trainer two days a week, no car walk everywhere. I count my carbs check my BS three times a day.Actually doing great. I…Continue
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What makes you laugh? Professional comedian Dobie Maxwell, who lives with type 2 diabetes, talks about his type 2 diabetes diagnosis and how he’s always looking for an opportunity to give back in our latest Discuss Diabetes post.
How are Diabetes and Sexism Related?
Dictionary.com come defines sexism as:
Attitudes or behavior based on traditional stereotypes of sexual roles
Discrimination or devaluation based on a person's sex, as in restricted job opportunities; especially, such discrimination directed against women. (…Continue
Caleb has been using OmniPod for almost as long as he's been living with T1D - 7 years. A few years ago, a parent asked me write a user review on the UST200 system. Caleb's been using the UST400 system for six months now and this is an update to our original review. - Lo
Executive summary of our review of the UST400 system: lighter, more discreet, better performance, improved range, minor annoyances of new ID screen and multiple confirm screens. Negligible…Continue
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