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Back from Endo - FOLLOW UP

OMG - She fired me!!! I left a message, she called. I said I wanted to switch to Levemir. She said, "we talked about this. It's only once a…

Started by Cheri

43 May 10, 2009
Reply by Sylvia

Anyone see this MSNBC article about type 2 diabetes?

"Beating diabetes: Some do, but are they cured? Scientists plan to study patients who control their blood sugar, kick meds" http://www.msnb

Started by Pubsgal

9 May 9, 2009
Reply by Eric Kim

Depression and Type 2 Diabetes Study

My name is Eva Glieberman and I am a master's in public health student at brown university. I am currently conducting a research project on…

Started by Eva Glieberman

7 May 8, 2009
Reply by Rachel King

A plan or schedule for injection points on the human body for a diabetic?

Greetings: My wife is a diabetic and I give her the injections. So far, I have given them to her on upper arms (no complaint from her) and…

Started by Marad Assukkeri

7 May 6, 2009
Reply by Maden

Which Bernstein book to buy?

I've seen several references to Bernstein's book. I looked at Barnes & Noble and there are two: Diabetes Diet: Dr. Bernstein's Low Carb…

Started by Patricia Griffith

9 May 5, 2009
Reply by Jeannie Wagner

Filling the syringe correctly for a mixed dose and another question?

Greetings: My wife is a diabetic and I am giving her twice daily injections. I never realized how big my hands were until I held a syringe…

Started by Marad Assukkeri

0 May 5, 2009

Can you make a mixed dose of insulin in advance?

Greetings: My wife is a diabetic and I am giving her twice daily injections. Maybe because it a mixed dose, I am somewhat nervous about put…

Started by Marad Assukkeri

0 May 5, 2009

Glucose monitor question

Hi everyone - I have two glucose monitors (both are OneTouch, just different models). I just realized today that they read about 20 points…

Started by EsMom

8 May 1, 2009
Reply by Nancy

Reporter seeking your advice for the newly diagnosed for a series of news articles

I'm a freelance medical reporter who writes for magazines, newspapers and various websites about many issues including diabetes and our hea…

Started by Karen Rafinski

1 May 1, 2009
Reply by Karen Rafinski

Bone Marrow Biopsy & Type 2

Has anyone had a bone marrow biopsy and how did it go being diabetic? I have a high white blood cell count and found out today that I have…

Started by Elaine

0 Apr 30, 2009

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