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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
We had a wind storm here last night and power got knocked out for large swaths of the city. My power was out from about 11 PM until almost 7 AM.I read online that meat and such should be tossed after about four hours in a fridge without power, and…Continue
I recently attended a webinar presented by JDRF on current research into the prevention of type 1 diabetes. Attached is the slide deck they presented. Check it out!…Continue
Hi all, My son has been doing pretty good with his D lately but a few issues are weighing on my mind. He started his first job at a grocery store yesterday, he's a bit stressed about it as he really is more of a home body introvert type but it is…Continue
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My blood sugars are high again 22.5 along way a way from the 7 and below I need since being prescribed metformin my sugars have been high not really helping the situation by noshing cadburys giant buttons Jimbobs back is healing had a severe…Continue
Lately I have heard a lot about a gluten free diet being referred to as the "next fad diet" (which kinda aggravates me). It may be a fad for some, but for many of us, it is a necessary way of life.
To start, the wheat we are eating…Continue
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