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Looking for programming help for the Big Blue Test

The Big Blue Test is coming up soon. Have you checked it out? You can find the latest updates at http://bigbluetest.org/. We are looking f…

Started by Corinna in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-DiabetesLatest Reply

ANY IDEAS ON BACK TO SCHOOL HEALTHY SNACKS & LUNCHES?

Dear Parents, I have a question to place before you. As our kids get ready to go to school, what recipes can you share for moms like me t…

Started by Mom of a Winner in Diabetes Recipes, Eating Habits and FoodsLatest Reply

New to CGM / Dex Com G4 - will be going in for a trial

I will be going in to try the Dex Com G4. Where would be the best place for me to start so that way I can get the most out of the trial? Wh…

Started by lh378 in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-DiabetesLatest Reply

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What Frustrates You About Diabetes?

JUST VENTING about things that I find frustrating...some things are laughable and some things are not. Ever have anyone to announce your me…

Started by 1DebY in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

38 Sep 4
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To Change Insulins or Not To Change Insulins, this is the question

I have used Humulin R insulin for 17 years now; I am a 61-year-old female. I have been without healthcare that would pay for my insulin sin…

Started by Nettie in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

36 Sep 9
Reply by rick the "Blogabetic"

Ads for Diabetes products and meds

Am I the only one who gets frustrated by these ads? Every ad shows overweight people. That kind of advertising just perpetuates the myth ou…

Started by artwoman in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

82 Sep 15
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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

39 Sep 9
Reply by Manny Hernandez

Diabetics considered as handicapped?

Can a diabetic considered to be a handicap? Yes then why? No then why? Please explain!

Started by Atish in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

69 yesterday
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Low dose Insulin challenges and low carb diets

I would like to eat low carb because the laws of small numbers make sense. (Although, the dietitian, and even the CDE would both like for m…

Started by lh378 in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

28 Sep 9
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supplies to carry with you at all times and advice about testing and injecting on the go

I've learned that my diabetic supplies and necessities include glucometer and extra test strips, insulin pen and extra needles (how many),…

Started by lh378 in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

26 Sep 5
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Blood sugar and insulin discussions from non-diabetics

I've noticed that it really irritates me when people without diabetes talk about sugar spikes and insulin as if they are experts. Does anyo…

Started by Matti in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

78 Sep 13
Reply by David (dns)

Type 1 and Weight Loss

Hi folks... hope you can provide some guidance here... I am a 54yo M and have had T1D for 42 years. I've always kept in great shape and wor…

Started by Steve Mann in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

38 yesterday
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Abbott FreeStyle® Libre Approved for Sale - Sensor Based Glucose Meter

Abbott has gotten EU approval for sale of it's new glucose metering system that has a sensor that lasts up to 14 days. It allows you to tes…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest in Diabetes News Forum

28 1 hour ago
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