Books & Resources

KYN Book Update

So what’s it like to be an author?  Somewhat uneventful, so far.  Probably because most of the promotions for our new book, Know Your Numbers, Outlive Your Diabetes (January ’07), to date have been here in cyberspace. So it’s more of the tush-in-the-chair kind of diabetes advocacy I’ve grown used to
Here’s a snapshot of me, visiting the lone copy of our book in our local Barnes & Noble.  My husband said they either sold…

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Dr. J Does dLife & Carnival for a Cure

A lot going on this coming Sunday (March 11), so set your Tivo and mark your calendar and all that!
First, my kind and highly knowledgeable co-author Dr. Richard Jackson will appear on dLife TV this week.  That’s on CNBC Sunday 7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific.  Dr. Jackson is Medical Director of Joslin’s highly successful DO IT (Diabetes Outpatient Intensive Treatment) program — an intensive 3-1/2 day seminar program that combines teaching and training with…

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Dr. J Does dLife & Carnival for a Cure

A lot going on this coming Sunday (March 11), so set your Tivo and mark your calendar and all that!
First, my kind and highly knowledgeable co-author Dr. Richard Jackson will appear on dLife TV this week.  That’s on CNBC Sunday 7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific.  Dr. Jackson is Medical Director of Joslin’s highly successful DO IT (Diabetes Outpatient Intensive Treatment) program — an intensive 3-1/2 day seminar program that combines teaching and training with…

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Lifeline for Parents of Diabetic Kids

Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending a unique event.  At least I think it was unique. Actually I’m kind of hoping it wasn’t — because the Pediatric Diabetes Symposium held at UC San Francisco on Saturday was nothing short of a lifeline for parents of diabetic kids.  I hope there are events like this one all over the country!
This free-of-charge program ran from 9am-3pm and featured a “Kids Kamp” daycare program so…

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