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Your Chronic Condition — In Comics :)

My friends at HealthCentral Network understand the value of a smile when it comes to living with compromised health.
Thus, they’re creating a new series of personal health stories in comic strip format. And they’ve done mine to kick off the diabetes series! Based on the recent Newsweek article about me…
Check this out:
(Click on the image to be re-routed to the full comic version over at HealthCentral)

Gee, I look younger in comics…

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More Cool D-Opps

Looking for ways to put your diabetes to good use? {Grin} Today’s update: two surveys and a casting call.
* A company called M2 Medical here in Silicon Valley is developing “next generation insulin pump technology.” To inform their R&D, they want to hear from all us pumpers on our current likes and dislikes, priorities and preferences. Good for them!
So if you’d like to weigh in on what’s coming to market next , take…

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Your Moment of Zen

Monday Madness this week… well, you just have to view it. OK, so this guy looks a little too much like the Oompa-Loompa in the latest Willy Wonka flick, but his message ain’t bad. Yeah, although he kinda lost me when he got to the “fiber” portion of the program.

I, too, need a lot of posting.
Thank you very much. Take care.

[Editor’s Note: I haven’t forgotten that today is Martin Luther King Jr.…

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2007, Abbreviated

Taking a cue from Allison via Kerri, I’ve gone and dug up the opening lines from one significant post in each month of 2007. What a neat way to look back on the closing year!

January: Down on Big Pharma? You are not alone.
February: Lots of press recently about Merck’s brand spankin’ new Type 2 diabetes drug, Januvia.
March: Some very sad news today, I’m afraid.
April: Big news this week, Folks. Apple Inc.…

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Opportunity Knocks

Knock-knock… Who’s there? YOU. You-Who?
Exactly. Yoo-hoo, PWDs (people with diabetes) and all readers of this blog. If you can forgive this corny opening, please read today’s call for your involvement on several fronts:
1) Want to be a media star? Or at least quoted in a story on “the lack of coordination in health care,
especially for diabetics” in the AARP and More magazines? Journalist and author Shannon Brownlee is working on a story…

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