As you’ve probably read by now, Roche Diabetes was brave enough to host a ‘Social Media Summit‘ for the second year in a row last week, inviting a group of diabetes bloggers and online advocates to commune and interact. Yes, this was an all-expenses-paid trip to Orlando, FL, for those who attended, but by no means a marketing spiel. In fact, I was delighted that representatives from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the American…Read more »
Stacey Simms is an award-winning medical reporter. She also spent 10 years as a TV anchor in Charlotte, North Carolina, and in Syracuse and Utica, New York. But after getting to know her a little, I’d venture to guess her most challenging role in life has been as the mother of a very small child diagnosed with diabetes. (Check out her blog here.)
As a complement to this week’s guest post on parenting tweens and…Read more »
I’ve been as vocal as anyone complaining about the lack of solid diabetes data reporting in this country, and how that hampers our cause on many levels. Now D-community leader Manny Hernandez and his wonderful crew at the non-profit Diabetes Hands Foundation are taking this problem into their own hands, so to speak. They’ve struck up a partnership to launch a remarkable new reporting application. To explain it all, I’ve asked Manny to join us…Read more »
Technology blogger and Type 1 diabetic Scott Hanselman works for Microsoft, and is quite famous in software developer circles. As it happens, he’s been wearing the brand new “Revel” combo Insulin Pump and Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) system from Medtronic for six days now, and has just posted his thoughts on his tech blog, Computer Zen. He’s also kindly agreed to allow me to publish simultaneously here at the ‘Mine.
A Review of the Paradigm…Read more »
Everyone lives with — and copes with — diabetes in their own unique way. But some of us are more unique than others? No, that’s not the point. Today, a perspective from yet another kindred spirit, Hannah McDonald, a self-proclaimed nerd who lives in Pennsylvania and has been blogging about the Big D since 2008:
A Guest Post by Hannah McDonald, of Dorkabetic
Hello, DiabetesMine Readers.
You may have found my blog before, or you…