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"maybe you shouldn't limit yourself to traditional "breakfast food" choices. Refried…"

Elizabeth replied Jul 1, 2013 to Breakfast

108 Aug 31, 2013
Reply by sdkate

"Given the recent breakthroughs... I'm moving strongly into YES territory. For Type 1…"

Elizabeth replied Jun 17, 2013 to Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?

771 1 hour ago
Reply by crankycat

"You got me. That's a real stumper. If you were six, I think I'd say it was growth ho…"

Elizabeth replied Jun 17, 2013 to Crazy High Fastings

98 Jul 24, 2013
Reply by Zoe

"My endocrinologist is the best. Here's the proof. http://www.tudiabetes.org/profiles…"

Elizabeth replied Jun 16, 2013 to I love my endo... anyone else?

23 Jun 16, 2013
Reply by jrtpup

"I know that's a popular theory, but when talking about insulin & blood sugar lev…"

Elizabeth replied Jun 6, 2013 to Diet soda and type 1

29 Jun 6, 2013
Reply by JohnG

"He's probably confusing type 1 diabetes with something else. Phenylketonuria, at a g…"

Elizabeth replied Jun 6, 2013 to Diet soda and type 1

29 Jun 6, 2013
Reply by JohnG

"I don't think Gary Scheiner was recommending a diet high in SIMPLE carbs — that woul…"

Elizabeth replied May 31, 2013 to Do you agree with Gary Scheiner about Low Carb Diets?

147 Jul 7, 2013
Reply by victormeldrew

"Funny, I don't really worry about them much. When Eric was first diagnosed, I though…"

Elizabeth replied May 23, 2013 to What are we afraid of?

119 Jun 28, 2013
Reply by Alan

"I had a frantic call from the school nurse the other day, telling me Eric was north…"

Elizabeth replied May 15, 2013 to reminder to myself

8 May 15, 2013
Reply by Spock

""Cadillac care" equates to "necessary care" if you have a child whose BG levels are…"

Elizabeth replied May 8, 2013 to Running out of options for paying for care...

9 May 13, 2013
Reply by Teowyn




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Diabetes entre los hispanos: no somos todos iguales

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