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Men, how do you carry your diabetes supplies around with you?

I was just wondering how do you men carry your diabetes supplies around with you? For us women, it's pretty simple we can just put it all…

Started by Cayla

22 8 hours ago
Reply by John M

10 Best iPhone & Android Apps for Diabetics

Published in HealthlineAugust 28, 2012   According to the 2011 National Diabetes Fact Sheet, over eight percent of Americans have diabetes…

Started by Emily Coles

8 Dec 11
Reply by Sarah

Infusion Set Site: Blood Beneath

So I have the tandem insulin pump and currently have a cannula attached to my left side. Today I noticed there is a bit of blood seeping in…

Started by DFresh

10 Nov 25
Reply by elizabetta

Kamala the Ugandan Giant

Some of you old time WWF wrestling fans may remember Kamala the Ugandan Giant. He has fallen on hard times and has a few videos and article…

Started by Christalyn

0 Nov 23

For Women w T1 - Question Regarding Infections

My daughter is a freshman in college & she went to a small school 5 hours from home. She just turned 18, diagnosed at 14 as a high scho…

Started by samsmom

29 Nov 22
Reply by samsmom

New retrospective data showed empagliflozin reduced A1C, body weight and markers of abdominal fat in adults with type 2 diabetes

See full press release HERE. RIDGEFIELD, Conn. and INDIANAPOLIS, November 17, 2014 – Empagliflozin tablets reduced hemoglobin A1C (a measu…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

0 Nov 18

Viva Las Vegas!!: Diabetes Unconference March 13-15 2015

There was a flurry of activity about the Diabetes Unconference on FB yesterday so I figured I'd share the event here to chat about it. Are…

Started by acidrock23

12 Nov 1
Reply by acidrock23

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 Oct 27
Reply by Emily Coles

Nathan at MGH misinforms on PBS

I am hearing David Nathan, MD, Director of Diabetes Center, Massachusetts General Hospital say that: Type 1 is juvenile or childhood diabet…

Started by Nell

47 Oct 11
Reply by artwoman

bridging the messaging gap? type 1, type 2

hey everyone. I have a question for you. What kind of messaging would work effectively to bridge the gap between type 1 and type 2? should…

Started by MarinaTheBetes

9 Oct 8
Reply by artwoman

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