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  1. Tweets that mention » Diabetes = Your Personal Science Experiment - DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog -- Topsy.com

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  2. Sysy
    Sysy February 7, 2011 at 9:17 am | | Reply

    Hurray Ginger! Thanks Allison, for the review. I too believe that mystery highs and lows have an explanation and I can’t remember the last time I didn’t know why I had a low or a high. Taking notes and making graphs has helped me with this immensly. Keeping my insulin sensitivity by way of diet/exercise has been the #1 aid in managing blood sugars. Looks like I’m going to have to order Ginger’s book-sounds right up my alley :)

  3. Roselady
    Roselady February 7, 2011 at 9:46 am | | Reply

    Sounds great. I’ll put it on my reading list. Thanks for the suggestion. I just love a good science experiment.

  4. “Your Diabetes Science Experiment” :: Living In Progress

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  5. Roselady
    Roselady February 8, 2011 at 4:31 am | | Reply

    Just saw Ginger’s pizza store/type 1 analogy and absolutely loved it. This has so inspired me to pick up her book. What a great attitude she has!

  6. A Science Experiment of the Diabetic Nature « Champlain College Publishing Initiative

    [...] Of course, the publication of Your Diabetes Science Experiment was made possible by the Champlain College Publishing Initiative. Oh, what, did you not think I was going mention CCPI somewhere within this post? She worked with CCPI members Emma Crockett, Jillian Towne, and John Brown to publish the book. Emma and Julia helped her edit the book, both of which Ginger would later describe as “awesome editors” during my interview with her. She even said that she’d hire John Brown, who designed the book, for any other book design job she needed done. You see that, prospective writers. If you want a book published, go to CCPI. You’re pretty much guaranteed excellence. You can find a shout out to CCPI here:http://www.diabetesmine.com/2011/02/diabetes-your-personal-science-experiment.html [...]

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