Diabetes Blogs and Web Stuff

Mendosa’s New Blog & The D-Blog Awards

Veteran diabetes writer David Mendosa, whose comprehensive web site has served as a resource for so many of us, has joined the ranks of D-bloggers! He’s begun writing a Type 2 Blog for a company called Choice Media, which owns Health Central, DrKoop.com, HealthScout and hundreds of other web sites. Mendosa will now include much of his previous newsletter content in the new blog. Some of his first entries discuss the Gylcemic Index, Worst Pills,…

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Mendosa’s New Blog & The D-Blog Awards

Veteran diabetes writer David Mendosa, whose comprehensive web site has served as a resource for so many of us, has joined the ranks of D-bloggers! He’s begun writing a Type 2 Blog for a company called Choice Media, which owns Health Central, DrKoop.com, HealthScout and hundreds of other web sites. Mendosa will now include much of his previous newsletter content in the new blog. Some of his first entries discuss the Gylcemic Index, Worst Pills,…

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D-Blog News Flash!

Exciting news! My @#$! Amazing Stories post helped spawn another blog child: Melissa, who told her story so poignantly here, is now recording her own adventures at her new blog, How’s the DB? I love how she explains the title: “I must get asked this question at least once a day. How do you even begin to answer such a crazy question? To most people I am speaking a foriegn language anyway…” Go post a…

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Big D Roundup: More Blogs, Bags, BG Gadget

It seems that even with my nifty new “Weekly Nuggets” section, I never can get around to posting everything I’d like to. It’s humanly impossible. So here’s my latest catch-up on some neat new stuff in the diabetes/Web world:
* Check out a neat new glucose testing gadget over at Medgadget. The so-called “In1″ is a sleek little all-in-one blood testing kit invented by a diabetic design student. Mouse-sized and fits neatly in the side…

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GRAND ROUNDS, Vol 2, No 4: Go Meds!

I am honored to host this week’s Grand Rounds, the weekly roundup of what’s happening in the health and medical blogosphere, going strong for over a year now.
This looks to be the first hosting by a blogger from the other side of the medical ledger (!), patient that I am. Quite right, I believe, in this new era of Citizen Journalism and Participatory Medicine, that the Informed Patient should stand up and be heard!…

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