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DHF Wants To Know About You!

The Diabetes Hands Foundation Facebook page should represent those touched by diabetes a little more. Thats why we need your help! Please l…

Started by Desiree

1 on Monday
Reply by Emily Coles

A free eBook to help you on your 1st year with diabetes

  Will Dubois is a Diabetes Author, Educator and Advocate and a diabetes patient himself. He dedicates his life to help people with diabet…

Started by Manny Hernandez

15 Jun 30
Reply by topcat35

Faces of Diabetes - A photo book

My name is Edward and I'm 26 years old and was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when I was 11 years old. My sister is 29 and also has diabete…

Started by TheDiabetesHero

0 Nov 22, 2013

Is there a book or website with detailed example on insulin management?

What I mean by that is having individuals skilled at using a pump or doing MDI give detailed examples of everything they do (food, injectio…

Started by Scott A

39 Aug 20, 2013
Reply by Terry

Responding to the Encouragement From Fellow Site Members

In response to the continued urging of my dear friends on this site, I am now putting the events in my life for the last 4 or 5 years into…

Started by Lois

4 Dec 27, 2012
Reply by Brunetta

Book Review: The Book of Better, by Chuck Eichten

The Book of Better is like a graphic novel, filled with images, icons, pictures, drawings and graphs.  It's really cute stuff!  There's a f…

Started by Emily Coles

5 Apr 15, 2012
Reply by Manny Hernandez

"Sue Lockwood: Accepting the Challenge" Anyone read this?

Have you read this book? Summary:.   This is the true story of blind hiker Sue Ellen Lockwood as told by her brother and (for twenty-five y…

Started by Emily Coles

0 Apr 6, 2012

"Your Diabetes Science Experiment" is now available in e-book format!

With a forward by Gary Scheiner, MS. CDE. Written by Ginger Vieira, a Type 1 diabetic and record-setting competitive powerlifter, this is a…

Started by Emily Coles

0 Mar 27, 2012

Book Review: Sugar Free Support, by Naomi Kingery, aka The Diabetic Diva

This incredibly compassionate book is written for people who have loved-ones with diabetes. In it, Naomi (The Diabetic Diva) shares her th…

Started by Emily Coles

3 Mar 5, 2012
Reply by SarahB

A beautiful review of "No-Sugar Added Poetry"

David Spero, RN wrote a beautiful review of our book No-Sugar Added Poetry, with diabetes poems by members of TuDiabetes, on Diabetes Self-…

Started by Manny Hernandez

1 Jul 18, 2011
Reply by Manny Hernandez

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