Tag Archive: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Seeking Men!

We are seeking men with Type 1 Diabetes! Bret Ringdahl, a T1D and PhD student at the University of Georgia, is researching barriers to care and insulin adherence (especially with boys and adult… Continue reading

Does $1 Make a Difference?

I am sure I am not the only one out there who hates the people who beg for money… especially when they say that money is going towards _Blah, Blah, Blah___! Who cares,… Continue reading

Thank You for Joining in The Walk to Cure Diabetes

This is exactly why I work hard every year to raise money for JDRF to help find a cure for Type 1 diabetes. It’s not the amount of money that is important, it’s… Continue reading

JDRF Experts Weigh in on Better Metrics for Blood-Glucose Control

Technological advances and enhanced treatments over the past 40 years have led to major improvements in blood-glucose control for people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). More sophisticated tools, such as systems to automate… Continue reading

Why Support JDRF in the Walk to Cure Diabetes?

JDRF is the world’s largest charitable funder of diabetes research. My team name is Calla’s Crusaders. To learn how to donate or join my team, visit http://www.walk.jdrf.org or find us on Facebook my… Continue reading

Dexcom Continuous Glucose Monitor

This instructional video shows you how to set up a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) called Dexcom. At the end of the video, you will see how the CGM shows a diabetic where their… Continue reading

2012 Walk to Cure Diabetes

The 2012 Walk to Cure Diabetes was held at Yonkers Raceway on October 14th. The event was crowded with people, food and activities for those of all ages. Our team is Calla’s Crusaders,… Continue reading

New Technolgies in Managing T1D

I support JDRF and have been ever since being diagnosed with diabetes in 1998. The reason I support the organization is simply because I would like to one day find a cure for diabetes,… Continue reading