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In public or Not?

I shared on another post about watching a man, empty his man-bag of his testing supplies and there infront of a restaurant filled with peop…

Started by sdkate in Type 2 Diabetes Forum

63 7 hours ago
Reply by Stuart

Yellow Fever Vaccine????

I have not had this come up for quite some time. And I have done research online, called the doc (it is still a vacation day I guess), and…

Started by A. Barney in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

1 7 hours ago
Reply by A. Barney

Allergic Reactions at Sensor Site

I've used a Dexcom for 3-4 years at this point, and it's a vital part of my BG management. However, in the past couple of months, I've star…

Started by Anna in Continuous Glucose Monitoring Forum

2 8 hours ago
Reply by Stoner

1 hr at 140 Harmful ?

Hi everyone! Since I've found out I likely have early LADA, I've been trying very hard to restrict my carb intake. I've read that it's impo…

Started by bjm2363 in LADA (Type 1.5) Diabetes Forum

103 9 hours ago
Reply by JohnG

DKA - 15 years post diagnosis

Hi all! *waves* I've not been active on this site in a while but I wanted to see if there was anyone else out there like me. I was dx 15 ye…

Started by KCCO in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

12 9 hours ago
Reply by Jacob's mom

Ask Manny!!!

CLICK HERE to go straight to the answers, without reading the thread. We're going to test-run a new idea on TuDiabetes: "Ask Manny"   Th…

Started by Emily Coles in TuDiabetes News

45 9 hours ago
Reply by Manny Hernandez

Victoza (liraglutide) for obesity: thoughts on weight management, diabetes, and quality of life

Victoza (liraglutide) is a once-daily injection that is currently approved for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Right now, Victoza comes i…

Started by Manny Hernandez in Type 2 Diabetes Forum

33 12 hours ago
Reply by Cosumne Jan

TuD Google results

I know that TuD wants to promote itself, but does anyone else find it a bit disturbing that blog and forum posts are often at the top of Go…

Started by Jen in TuDiabetes Tech Questions

29 13 hours ago
Reply by Nell

Doctors confirm Dr. Bernstein's methods, article

http://www.diabetesincontrol.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=16701&catid=1&Itemid=17

Started by Negg in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

24 16 hours ago
Reply by acidrock23

Carb Question and Losing Weight?

Hi Everyone, how many carbs do you eat per day? I eat under 90 carbs a day (and 90 is a very high day) -- I usually average more like 45-60…

Started by jesikabeth in Type 2 Diabetes Forum

9 19 hours ago
Reply by Negg

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