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Blood Sugars Behind the Wheel

Driving while living with Type 1 Diabetes can be a very frightful thing. I remember back to the days when I first got my license. I was super scared to hit the curb… Continue reading

Dogs For Diabetics

It’s official, it’s Dog Walk time… The Dogs 4 Diabetics Walk website is up and ready for action! Set up a Walk Team, join a team, and get involved in the most fun event of the year.… Continue reading

The Artificial Pancreas

“Where is the money I am donating to you for JDRF going to?” is a question that I am asked all too frequently. My friends, family and supporters are always interested to know… Continue reading

A Note to Myself

This tiny little blog is starting to grow. I am starting to feel like I am making a difference in this little diabetes community. But how many of us are there really out… Continue reading

Why Won’t it Stick? #DiabeticProbs

If your a Type 1 Diabetic and have a insulin pump or CGM (continuous glucose monitor) with adhesive that sticks to your skin, then this blog post is perfect for you! About 3… Continue reading

Recent Diabetes Study Shows Promising Results in Mice

Recent Diabetes Study Shows Promising Results in Mice, But May Still Be Years Away from Human Trials This week the diabetes news outlets and a number of mainstream ones carried stories about a… Continue reading

Without Diabetes?

I came across Rachel’s post not to long ago where she asks herself “Who would I be without Type One Diabetes?” I had to stop reading and think about my answer. I have no… Continue reading

Artificial Pancreas

As a very big JDRF supporter, I am extremely happy to share some JDRF insider news on their work of creating an artificial pancreas, another huge step in making the lives of type… Continue reading

A Look Into the Future…

Blogs tend to morph over time, as interests shifts and life happens: Ebb and Flow. With the New Year upon us, I would like to reflect back to when I started this little… Continue reading