OK, I too am suffering from Diabetes Blog Week withdrawal. I find myself still trolling Twitter trying to discover more great posts that I missed. In particular, it seems last Saturday’s planned “wild card” topic — brag about your triumph or commiserate about your D-blooper — got changed at the last minute to a collection of diabetes snapshots. Which I loved. Too bad for me though, because I had a really good blooper to share.…Read more »
Sunday, May 16, was the final day of this year’ s Diabetes Blog Week — which I hope will be an annual affair. The closing topic was life after a cure. I must admit that weekends are reserved for my family, so I didn’t participate in real-time, but the topic is fascinating!
Of course I could go on myself about how I’d don my hiking boots and run outside to trample all my diabetes supplies,…
Karen over at Bitter-Sweet blog has proclaimed this “Diabetes Blog Week.” For those who haven’t run into it yet, the idea is that the hundreds of us now blogging about diabetes participate in sort of an online rally. With seven pre-defined topics to post about, we all “get a variety of unique insights on a single topic each day.”
Looks like nearly 100 of us are participating so far, and if you have a diabetes…Read more »
Not long ago, I reported here on the possible benefits of Metformin for people with type 1 diabetes. It is of course an oral medication traditionally aimed at type 2 diabetics who are not on insulin. Today, we revisit that issue with a real live test case — my friend and colleague Allison Blass, who’s recently added Metformin to her own regime:
A Guest Post by Allison Blass
Over the past few years, since graduating…
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…