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A friend sold me her fitbit flex health tracker.
I AM SO IN LOVE WITH THIS.
I love the fact that tracks so many different vial stats and is very flexible. I was wondering if anybody has tried to track or monitor their glucose results and or insulin injections with it. Do you know of an application that will sync the fitbit with your glucose monitor. I want something that will specifically…Continue
I've used almost all of the insulin pumps on the market (that's a long and winding story itself) over the last 14 years of pumping, so when people want my opinion on a pump, I ask them to pull up a chair and grab a cup of coffee. I'll drop some knowledge.
As Tech Editor for ASweetLife.org, I recently published the most massive pump comparison analysis you've ever had the…Continue
I like a good joke. I can even take a good joke about myself. And I know that I've laughed at inappropriate jokes. I know most of us have. But we need to talk about what's at the root of some types of our humor.
Even comedians have started to admit that there are realms of humor that should be handled differently. Not off limits, per se, but with the subject of the punchline in mind. Patton Oswalt wrote last summer about his complete 180° in understanding why he was…Continue
I have been featured in a yahoo short film. "Second Act" I am completely humbled by this experience. I love being a diabetes advocate. I love helping others. I really know god's hand in my life as door after door keep opening. :-)
I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!! :-)…
Tonight Manny shared with me a note about a report that estimated the possible costs of diabetes care in 2025. And the numbers are scary. Have a look at my animation of how the incidence of diabetes changes from 2010 to 2015 to 2025, these are based on image from the report website. Watch it through a few times and notice how some how some of the states in 2025 are a dark red (lots of diabetes estimated) that doesn't even appear in last year's map. Those represent states where close to 20%…Continue
Added by Bernard on March 17, 2011 at 9:53pm — No Comments
My Sixers list.
On this day, the sixth anniversary of the DBlog activity, we were asked to cite six things we’d like other to know about Diabetes.…Continue
Added by Ann Bartlett on June 27, 2009 at 6:21am — No Comments