We accept it because it is part of the world we’ve been thrown into.
Some of us, myself included, are even thankful. Being able to measure it instead of how things used to be is a huge improvement.
But there is nothing not weird about cutting ourselves over and over again to bleed on things.
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I had my diabetic eye exam yesterday.
Nearly 34 years of type 1 diabetes and the doctor said he couldn’t see any sign of diabetes. Not a thing. Whew… I’d been given news of another year (actually two years since my last visit) without a complication from diabetes.
I felt relieved, but [...]Continue Reading →
It has been over six years since I first joined TuDiabetes.
To this day they are still one of the very first resources I mention when people are looking for information about a specific subject, product, problem, or just aren’t quite sure where to start with this whole online diabetes thing.
Why? [...]Continue Reading →
I had two thoughts when I received the invite to run an 8k race and speak at the Insulindependence Philadelphia Weekend:
Cool! Holy crap! 8k? I better start training!
8k is just about 5 miles. Well outside of my comfort zone, but not so far outside that it felt unachievable. [...]Continue Reading →
Were you interested in the 14th North American Conference in Diabetes and Exercise that took place in August but couldn’t afford the hundreds of dollars for travel, lodging, registration, and accompanying expenses? I totally feel you, and so do the incredibly generous Corporate Members of Continue Reading →
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