"Hang in there! One reason the tweaks and changes to insulin dosing need to go slowly is that 200s-400s without ketones, while they may make your son tired and cranky, aren't typically dangerous short term. OK, they are dangerous for your stress…"
I live diabetes and work in diabetes! As a magazine editor for a major diabetes volunteer organization, I get to champion awareness and support on the clock and in my spare time. I think the diabetes online community ranks close to insulin in helping me live well. You can find me on Twitter (Wednesdays, especially, at 9 pm Eastern for the moderated Diabetes Social Media Advocacy chat, follow #dsma). Thanks, online friends, for fighting the good fight against diabetes of all types. I want cures. And #dprom, of course.
329,040 minutes, 329,040 moments so dear. 329,040 minutes — How do you measure, measure volunteers? In smileys, in tears shed, in counsel, in cups of coffee. In units, in carb counts, in laughter, in strife. In 329,040 minutes – how … Continue Reading
Diabetes Hands Foundation has always relied on partners and advisors to increase its understanding of the diabetes space, in order to better serve people touched by diabetes. Today this is as true as ever, as we proudly announce the expansion … Continue Reading