"Welcome Sivaram. Sorry we couldn't meet under better circumstances. I tell people (friends and collegues) that I am a chemistry experiment, so I don't give dietary advice, so I am sympathetic.
For best kidney function / protection, do the…"
"Good morning every body. I am new to this group and tudiabetes. I am suffering with BP and Diabetes and its associated problems. I am worring that i may get Diabeti nephropathy. For my neck pain and body pais i use Pain killers. I can not avoid…"
Welcome to Tudiabetes. I have never been to Belgrade, but I did visit Serbia back when it was Yugoslavia in 1968, and my daughter's boyfriend is Croatian. I grew up i n England but live in the U.S. now.
Welcome to the tudiabetes.com family. Its great to have you here and great to see type 1s making their presence known. Glad to see you are so involved in Diabetes in Serbia. We need to make sure that people are supported and educated all around the world.
Here are a few tips; on how to make the most of the site. I invite you check out the different groups; we have: there's an excellent chance you will find more than a few that you can identify with.
If you find the community useful, please:
-Link to us on your blog/site (if you have one).
-Invite; family, friends, colleagues and anyone whom you feel may benefit from it.
-Consider making a donation by clicking on the "Donate" button on the right side of the page, to support the work we do.
Also, if you know of any local newspapers, TV or radio stations that you feel could be interested in writing about our community, please let them know about our recent Press Release, announcing the community: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2007/8/prweb546849.htm;
Last, if you run into Spanish-only speaking folks, please let them know about EsTuDiabetes.com;, our sister Spanish-speaking community.
We look forward to hearing from you and sharing your experiences with us.
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