I spent Sunday afternoon sweating it out with the local Insulindependence regional group.
Insulindependence is all about helping people, of all ages and fitness levels, be active with diabetes.
It’s a great mission! Would your life with diabetes be different if you had a group of people around and available that were [...]Continue Reading →
Last weekend I bumped into an old friend.
I don’t even know how to properly convey the gratitude I have for Dr. Robert Larson. He is the pediatric endocrinologist that took care of me and my diabetes for nearly twenty years as I was growing up. Starting with me at age six or seven, going [...]Continue Reading →
Insulindependence is a group of incredibly inspirational athletes living with diabetes who are on a mission to get people living with diabetes active. I know what you’re thinking. You are thinking that you are not an athlete, you are not active, you don’t have it in you. Bologna (I love how that [...]Continue Reading →
I think hope is part of medicine. It helps keep you going. It gives you the ability on those down days to hopefully find a place that says, ‘There are people working on this problem and I can be part of the solution.’— Dana Ball, T1D Exchange, diaTribe Dialogue
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DisclaimerI am not a medical professional. This is not medical advice and is not meant to replace medical advice. Your diabetes may vary. Contact your health care provider for specific questions.
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