Happy World Diabetes Day Everyone. I thought I would share what we did in my sons school to recognize this day. My son Luke who is 9 has been living with diabetes for what will be 7 years next…Blog World Diabetes Day 2 Likes Post #2 I'm Still Here!!
I finally found where to continue this, lol!! I'm a bit computer challenged!!
So I'm doing ok. Trying to get a strips my insurance will pay for, think I did. Hopefully it doesn't snow til…
A few day ago my good friend Rick wrote a blog about how there are few blogs that are written by Type 2 diabetics. Of course he is right, even though our numbers are great few of us choose to…Blog A type 2 blog 6 Likes New to Diabetes...and blogging...
Hello. So I got diagnosed with Diabetes a few years ago but kind of ignored it. I tried diet and exercise for a while and it worked for a while. Then life happened, and being a comfort eater I…Blog New to Diabetes...and blogging... 1 Like FDA Approves Dexcom Software with Artificial… Current users of the G4 will be able to get this software update!!! <a href="http://www.marketwatch.com/story/fda-approves-dexcom-software-with-artificial-pancreas-algorithm-2014-11-06">http://www.marketwatch.com/story/fda-approves-dexcom-software-with-artificial-pancreas-algorithm-2014-11-06</a> Discussion FDA Approves Dexcom Software with Artificial… 3 Likes rise in blood sugar 30-50% less with reheate… I heard this on a podcast today, and thought it was incredibly interesting and practical information. So often I see a headline with buzzwords about a new way to decrease glycemic load and its the sa… Discussion rise in blood sugar 30-50% less with reheate… 1 Like Beta-O2 Starts a Phase-I Trial (and an update
Introduction to Encapsulated Beta Cells
Encapsulated beta cells are implanted devices. The encapsulation coating allows blood sugar in, and insulin out, but does not allow…Blog Beta-O2 Starts a Phase-I Trial (and an update 1 Like Impressions from the FDA panel on Unmet Patie
I was fortunate in being able to take part on November 3rd in a FDA panel on Unmet Patient Needs. I talked about this…Blog Impressions from the FDA panel on Unmet Patie 6 Likes Flu Mist? Hi again, I know I've been asking more questions than usual, but I ran into something else I'd like to ask. Recently my mom has been nagging for me to get a flu shot. I was looking at my options and… Discussion Flu Mist? 1 Like Sometimes all you need to do is click on a vi
My name is Janne. I've been type 1 diabetic since i was 10. About five years ago up until last June, i subconsciously hated my diabetes, even the word itself, until i watched a video of…Blog Sometimes all you need to do is click on a vi 3 Likes
It still seems surreal. She was here and then she wasn’t. It seems I was in one universe and have suddenly moved to a different one -- a poorer one, and permanently, with no way back. I never had…Blog Goodbye 9 Likes
“Don’t take anything personally,” Don Miguel Ruiz advises us in The Four Agreements, a memorable guide to…Blog Chronic Disease, Empathy and Surly Traffic Co 3 Likes Tonight's Dinner:
When I was growing up, one of our favorite dinners was a pork roast cooked in a slow cooker. Made with garlic, onions, peppers, tomatoes, and Italian sausage, it was a dinner that was tasty, but…Blog Tonight's Dinner: 1 Like 10 years in Diabetes Just noticed that it was 10 years ago today that I was diagnosed with T1 diabetes. It's been an interesting ride and I've met a wide variety of fantastic T1's (my peeps) along the way in the DOC and… Blog 10 years in Diabetes 1 Like Lows, and Highs, and Humalog, Oh My...
One of the most important things I learned last week: Me and Humalog don’t mix. We’re like oil and water, Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, Buffy and Glory (she’s my fav BTVS villain). You get…Blog Lows, and Highs, and Humalog, Oh My... 2 Likes
Got back from Diabetes camp with Mister yesterday - it was an awesome experience!
Mister has gotten so much better at playing with kids his own age and he was able to spend a good chunk of…Blog Back from Diabetes Camp! 2 Likes