Today we’re happy and proud here at DiabetesMine. By all accounts, the DiabetesMine Design Challenge we’ve hosted here for the past three years has been a roaring success. We inspired creative thinkers from all over the country and all over the world to design and showcase more than 300 innovative concepts. We helped place some of these talented young thinkers in key positions in the industry. And we managed – on a patient blog and…Read more »
Ouch… we’re feeling the pain just looking at it!
This week’s guest cartoonist is Terry Keelan, a type 1 PWD located in Southern California, and one of the winners of our Diabetes Chuckle contest from way back in 2009. You can also check out some of Terry’s snarky videos on YouTube. Thanks Terry!…Read more »
Welcome again to 2012! Last year, we launched a monthly recap of the best blog posts we’ve seen around the blogosphere, and now we’re back with even more awesome posts that can’t be missed. As always, we love reader participation, so please feel free to send us your recommendations for the next round-up.
It’s often difficult to explain to others what it’s really like to live with diabetes. Patricia Brownell, a type 1 PWD and…Read more »
Note to self re: diabetes. Know when and when not to panic…
We <3 illlustator Jerry King, one of the most published and prolific cartoonists in America, creating over 200 cartoons each month for websites, magazines, newspapers, greeting cards, etc., worldwide. This comic ties in nicely with yesterday’s Ask D’Mine column, btw. Check it out here.…
Today is my 18th diaversary. That’s DOC slang for the anniversary of my diagnosis. I used to think 18 years with diabetes sounded like a looooong time. Growing up, most of the people I knew had diabetes for about as long as me, because most of my D-friends were the same age as me and were diagnosed around the same time as I was (at age 8). Now that I’m older and have had the…Read more »