This event has already occurred, and the video will be posted in our video archives soon! Dayton and Sheri's daughter, Emily, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1978, at the age of 3. No insulin pumps, no continuous glucose monitors, no home blood glucose monitors... Emily was treated with 1-2 daily injections, a strict diet, Ketostix and crossed fingers. Each Wednesday morning before school, Dayton took his daughter to the local lab for bloodwork, at that time the only way to assess…See More
While there is no known cure for diabetes, that doesn't mean the diagnosis is hopeless. Join us on May 21 at 11am Central Time, when we convene panelists from the medical, blogger and diabetes community worlds to engage in frank and honest discussions about diabetes. Through the magic of Google Hangouts, we'll live stream both virtual panels and take questions live from the audience via Twitter and the hashtag #dHopeConf. You won't want to miss the first annual …See More
I took 3 separate pictures against white backgrounds and then used GIMP (Gnu Image Manipulation Program) on Linux and cropped each picture then sized each one and stuck them on the barnyard picture.
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