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I've been a Type 1 for a little over 5 years. I've got my flu shot every year...But this year the flu (or some God-awful virus) got me before I got my shot. Thursday night I went to bed at 10 pm with an upset stomach. Woke up at 2:30 am, threw up…Continue
I ran across diabetes daily Android app. I thought it was designed very well and gave a nice way to keep in touch with the forums. The mobile app that the tudiabetes website switches to is not very user friendly. I see myself using the diabetes…Continue
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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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I had an eye appointment today. My retina specialist examined both eyes this…Continue
He blew and blew and blew remind you of any fairy tale well it has been like that here in the Shire today the wind would blow your socks off if it could trees bending leaves swirling like mini tornadoes cats securely hunkered down on the settees…Continue
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