This policy is valid from November 6, 2010, last updated on July 21, 2014:
ADVERTISING NOTES: This blog abides by word of mouth marketing standards. I believe in honesty of relationship, opinion and identity. The compensation received may influence the advertising content, topics or posts made in this blog. That content, advertising space or post will be clearly identified as paid or sponsored content.
This blog does not accept any form of paid topic insertions. However, I will and do accept and keep free products, services, travel, event tickets, and other forms of compensation from companies and organizations, in addition to cash compensation as a result of a consulting arrangement. Any content associated with any such subjects will be clearly identified with an explicit disclosure.
The owner of this blog is not compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blog owners. If I claim or appear to be an expert on a certain topic or product or service area, I will only endorse products or services that I believe, based on my expertise, are worthy of such endorsement. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer or provider.
The owner of this blog would like to disclose the following prior or existing business relationships. Please note: These companies do not dictate the content found on this blog, nor do they have any editorial control or influence. All posts on this blog are honest and credible, despite any prior or existing professional relationships. I am (or have been) employed by, trade(d) services with, or consult(ed) with: dLife, Ignite Health, Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, Children With Diabetes, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, American Heart Association, Simplex Healthcare (Diabetes Care Club), Living In Progress (Ginger Vieira), International Diabetes Center, Integrated Diabetes Services/Gary Scheiner MS, CDE/Type 1 University, Corengi, Inc, CVS, Converse Digital on behalf of Pamlab (Metanx), Roche Diabetes Care, Duracell, Luminary Labs on behalf of Sanofi, TeamWILD/Mari Ruddy, The Snow Companies on behalf of Genentech, Asante Solutions, mySugr.
This blog can’t be bought or sold. There isn’t anything posted or endorsed that the author doesn’t believe in. That’s the bottom line.
SPONSORSHIP NOTES: There are no sponsorship agreements at this time.
TRIAL NOTES: The author has, or is currently, participated in product trials from the following companies or organizations: Medtronic, Roche, Glooko, Kewl Innovations, Inc. (ClimaPak), Asante, Go-ID, IonLoop, Escali. These trials may include products and their associated supplies provided at no cost, most for a limited time.
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Imagine having to pump your own heart because it didn’t do it by itself. And when you want to sleep you have to pump it slower. For exercise you would have to speed it up. You would have to know the rate of pumping for every activity. Do you think you could do it? Do you think it would be easy?— George Simmons, Facebook
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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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