Diabetes Blogs and Web Stuff

Medicine and Art

I’m a little late in noting that this week’s Grand Rounds of the medical blogs are up, hosted by “Dr. Sanity” Pat Santy. I highlight this for two reasons:
* Pat covers this week’s entries through an unusual tour of Leonardo Da Vinci’s beautifully detailed anatomical drawings. Talk about a man ahead of his time! I like her note that Sigmund Freud once said, “Leonardo da Vinci was like a man who awoke too early…

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Multiplying Like Rabbits, the Webring

New diabetes blogs are popping up everywhere. I just realized that I have added 10 new ones
to my blogroll since the end of April!
Aside from dLife’s new blog, I think one of the most interesting brand new additions — out of Western Canada –- is called Candid Diabetes. This is Tiffany L, age almost-25, who’s had Type 1 for 14 years, and started the MedTronic pump two years ago. She says she’s “joined…

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dLife Launches Blog

dLife has launched its own blog at www.dlife.com/blog.
Well, I’ll be darned! I have been corresponding with editor Paula Ford-Martin for a while now, but honestly didn’t see this one coming. I’m sure we all shall be very interested to see how it develops.…

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Patient Blogs in the Wall Street Journal — Who, Me??

OK, so a few hours after I posted my spiel about medical blogs last week, I got an email from a woman claiming to be a journalist writing a piece about PATIENT BLOGS for the WALL ST. JOURNAL. And guess what? She WAS a genuine journalist writing a piece about PATIENT BLOGS for the WALL ST. JOURNAL!!! As many of you know, I was featured in the story on Wednesday, May 4.
Warning, Rare Occurrence:…

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Endo Blogs!

Anyone else notice that once you get sucked into the blog scene, it’s kinda hard to stop? I mean, Web surfing till the wee hours was one thing, but now I click through a labyrinth of fascinating blogs at least twice a day, often so intent that I tune out my kids’ screaming altogether (oooh, maybe I could write it off as therapy?)
In any case, I wanted to share the news that there are…

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