Life with Diabetes

“The Dumbest Idea Ever”

Remember that little discussion about abandoning the established A1c for a new Average Glucose (AG) measurement? Well, guess what? This is pretty much the “dumbest idea ever floated” in diabetes, according to my favorite irreverent industry expert, David Kliff of Diabetic Investor.
Indeed, the ADA and a number of other powerful health organizations — the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry (IFCC), European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), and International Diabetes Federation (IDF) —…

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Goody Goodies

Happy Monday!
Ugh, back in the office even though it’s summer. Life is so unfair. OK, so… skip the donuts today. Instead perhaps sink your teeth into a few carb-free goodies I have to share:
Who’s seen the excellent article on diabetes blogs in this month’s Diabetes Self-Management magazine? Yup, this one’s penned by our very own Goddess of the OC, Allison Blass. She does an excellent job of explaining blogs and their value to…

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Help Cure MI

Add another one to the list of invisible chronic conditions suffered in silence by millions. People rarely open up about it, but it is real, believe you me, and can be very painful. What I’m talkin’ about here is a new cause du juor: MI or Massive Insecurity.
Lisa Kogan, a columnist over at Oprah Magazine (which I read only in doctor’s waiting rooms, I swear!) has penned a heartfelt piece on the trial and…

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I {Heart} Amsterdam, and aDorn Me…

Well Friends, we have landed safely back in the US of A. We spent our last day in a very favorite and familiar city, Amsterdam. Albeit I was busy with a toddler and giving birth to our second child while lived there for 2-1/2 years, but I still managed to get to know the place pretty well. It’s a wonderfully colorful city-village that you can pretty much walk clear across at a good clip in…

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