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The Babes & Studs of Diabetes

Today, a little more Monday Madness. December is upon us. Time for all those cheesy Xmas gift ideas. Which got me thinking, why don’t we PWDs (people with diabetes) have a 2008 pin-up calendar of our own?
Something like this perhaps — The Babes & Studs of Diabetes:

Could be a nice little stocking stuffer, ay? Pass the egg nog — or better yet, don’t…

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The Babes & Studs of Diabetes

Today, a little more Monday Madness. December is upon us. Time for all those cheesy Xmas gift ideas. Which got me thinking, why don’t we PWDs (people with diabetes) have a 2008 pin-up calendar of our own?
Something like this perhaps — The Babes & Studs of Diabetes:

Could be a nice little stocking stuffer, ay? Pass the egg nog — or better yet, don’t…

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A Couple of Winners

Hooray for readers! I hear a lot from you all, but don’t often get a chance to put faces with names.
But now two of the winners of our recent “Code Word for Low” contest have been kind enough to share photos of themselves with their extraordinary prizes (those Tshirts
Rich Willett of Estero, FL

Winning entry: his vision of SuperBowl commercials featuring hypoglycemic comedians writhing on the floor yelling “LOW!”
Note: I wished for…

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Give Thanks

Happy Thanksgiving, All! Or should I say, Happy Xtra Large Plate O’ Food Day?
When you think of facing this holiday season of meals, meals, meals, don’t you sometimes wish you could just turn and RUN? Well, imagine how they feel…

Seriously, though. At least for the weeks to come, you can search some “carb safe” recipe ideas over at the dLife Holiday Helpline. No recipe contains more than 45 grams of carbs per serving.…

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Diabetes Art: The Real Thing

Last week I received an email from a certain David Mark Bradley, a Type 1 in Manhattan, who also happens to be an artist — the real thing — whose show called “Blood, Icons, Clouds: Living with Diabetes” is now running at the van der Plas Gallery in New York. Coincidentally, the ADA was a partial sponsor, and some of the proceeds of the opening event went to its NYC “Step Out To Fight Diabetes”…

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