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Tag Archive: Diabetes mellitus

Which Type of Diabetes is Worse?

So today is usually a regular “Wordless Wednesday”… but I can’t help but write! The number one thing that irritates me the most when I tell someone that I have diabetes, they assume… Continue reading

Does My Diabetes Look Big?

July 2 “Wordless Wednesday” – Share a picture or video on your blog!

T1 Diabetes & the Summer

May 28  “Wordless Wednesday” – Share a picture or video on your blog!

Diaversary – Anniversary of being Diagnosed with Diabetes

If you read posts in the diabetes community, you will see that diabetics refer to their diaversary — or the anniversary of when they were diagnosed with diabetes. It feels like diabetics seem… Continue reading

Raising Awareness in November

November was National Diabetes Awareness Month, and I tried to post on my blog as much as possible to raise some awareness. Well, apparently my voice was heard… and I was featured on… Continue reading

Holiday Survival Guide

Thursday, November 28 Holiday Survival – Here’s the American Diabetes Association’s Guide to Surviving the Holidays. What’s your survival tip? Do you avoid carbs, fats, or family members? Well it is Thanksgiving — the… Continue reading

Holiday Travel With Diabetes

The pilgrims traveled for 66 days to make it to the “new world.” Do you travel for Thanksgiving or other holidays? What tricks or tips do you use to navigate airport crowds, traffic-filled… Continue reading

Friends & Family Friday

November 15 “Friends & Family Friday” – Research shows that diabetes has a genetic component: Who in your family or circle of friends has diabetes? I’ve heard this genetic question a few too… Continue reading

Diabetes Routine

November 11 Veteran’s Day – Veterans Day marks end of World War 1 in 1918 on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Is there something you do every… Continue reading

Hacking a Medical Device

November 10: News – Thanks to American Diabetes Month®, diabetes has been in the headlines this week. Did you see any diabetes articles that were interesting? Inspiring? Frustrating? While there’s no controlling what the… Continue reading