On a good day, diabetes isn't a bad disease to have - I say this all the time. On a bad day, when I'm so crazy, infuriated and angry about the slightest, next-to-nothing, when I'm 'exploitative' hating myself for finding a normal day so difficult and I just can't get my sugar to come down; when I'm so scared my eye bleeds again and a world of opportunity threatening to be taken away from me; well then I'll seriously consider swapping you my diabetes for something else, you take your…Continue
You don’t want to miss today’s Discuss Diabetes post as we feature Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Perkins! Read along as she chats with my colleague Lindsey about what it’s been like to live with diabetes since her type 1 diagnosis in 2005.…Continue
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For the masses, November =
But for diabetics, November…Continue
Dear TuDiabetes Friends
I come to you for help! I believe, it is crucial that our community comes together and take ownership of the wonderful opportunity of doing something really BIG: As you might know, We have less than 14 days to reach our 20000 Big Blue Test entries in order to raise $100,000 for people with diabetes in need. BECAUSE OF THE NOV. 14th DEADLINE, we need to act fast!
I also want to present to you the video we did for the Big Blue Test grantee in Haiti.…
Its November Diabetes Awareness Month!!! And my diaversary yay!!! http://irunonbatteries.blogspot.com/2012/11/happy-diabetes-awareness-month.html
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“Though my pride suffered, it helped me realize we can’t get through life without help; especially when it comes to diabetes,” says Erik Bendl who has walked more than 5,000 miles and traveled to 37 states with his dog and his six-foot-tall world ball, all for diabetes awareness.
Read more about the man who literally has the world in his hands on …Continue
Added by Laura K, Sanofi US Diabetes on October 18, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments
In the days when I was more active with diabetes organizations, I remember hearing about a…Continue
We have a new blog and infographic breaking down just how active the community was during diabetes awareness month 2011. It paints a powerful picture of just how active everyone was.
Read the post and view the infographic at Discuss Diabetes here.
Are you ready for Diabetes Awareness Month? Learn about the different ways you can show your support and participate this year in our Discuss Diabetes blog post!
Read the full post on Discuss Diabete here
Added by Laura K, Sanofi US Diabetes on October 25, 2011 at 10:59am — No Comments
It was almost eleven years ago when we were told that my son had Type 1 diabetes and I recently wondered what have I done? When my son was first diagnosed and we knew that he would live, I remember thinking that this was what my life would be about. Now, I wonder what have I done? Has it been enough? Have I worked as hard as I could? Have I made a difference each year that we had lived with…Continue
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Although the challenges faced by African Americans in the sixties and people with diabetes today are very different, because this article is getting published close to Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in 2011, I took the liberty of applying some elements from his historical “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963 to diabetes today.
In 1921, insulin was discovered. This moment came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of people with type 1 diabetes who, until then, had been…
It's become all too familiar now-- pink is the color for breast cancer. Red is the color for women with heart disease. In the last few years, the blue circle has even gained some momentum as the symbol of diabetes-- thanks to the International Diabetes Federation! I certainly have no desire to take attention away from the established diabetes movements (such as World Diabetes Day), but I would like to increase the overall attention that diabetes…Continue
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Everyone knows about breast cancer. If you are a woman like me, you fear it. Everyone knows pink. Everyone knows about losing a breast, chemotherapy and all of the other nasty things that come along with that horrible word--cancer.
November is Diabetes Awareness month. Very few know about diabetes. Most people think it happens to someone else.…
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