So how did you hold up during Thanksgiving dinner? Darn it, I’m a bit late posting this, but in case you’re still up against some very large meals this weekend, have look at John Crowley’s useful Tips for Getting Through Thanksgiving with Diabetes. I especially like the notes on What to Do If You Blow It: “Don’t let one mistake at Thanksgiving spiral into five weeks of high blood sugar… from Thanksgiving all the way…Read more »
I woke up with a sore throat today, but still, I have MUCH to be thankful for.
- 3 healthy children and a partner I adore
- extended family
- good friends
- a pretty comfortable life
- a job that I love (!)
- relative good health, even with a chronic illness
- and a whole lot of wonderful people online to share it with
In case you have any doubt that you too…
In honor of THANKSGIVING this year, a special message about life and death from Alexandra Drane and the Engage With Grace team. This initiative was born from the story of a young woman, a mom just 32 years old, who was dying of glioblastoma and desperately wanted to do so at home, with grace, rather than in the hospital. Have you and your family considered how you might handle end-of-life choices when the day comes? …Read more »
What a fruitful week we have had strategizing in advance over how not to “lose it” with your diabetes control during holiday parties this season. DiabetesMine received nearly 100 entries for the first week’s question!! Thanks to everyone for your insights (and your sarcasm in spots ).
Now, I’d like to announce our first round of winners, nine of you! And don’t forget to read on to the end of this post for the Week…
I’ve been confused for a while about the controversy over “evidence-based medicine.” Some doctors think it is correct; others don’t. We patients take it for granted that there is solid scientific evidence behind the drugs and treatments our doctors prescribe. So have we been misled there?
The Center for Evidence-Based Medicine (yes, there is one!) describes it as “the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of…