Interested in attending the 2014 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit at Stanford University on full scholarship*?
You have one month to apply!
Today we’re proud to announce our 2014 Patient Voices Contest – an annual scholarship program in which we seek 10 activated patients who wish to attend and participate in our DiabetesMine Innovation Summit held each fall at Stanford School of Medicine in Palo Alto, CA.
Our winners act as “delegates” for the patient…
Welcome to the fifth day of Diabetes Blog Week 2014.
Today’s topic = Diabetes Life Hacks
Share the (non-medical) tips and tricks that help you in the day-to-day management of diabetes — everything from clothing modifications, serving size/carb counting tips to the tried and true Dexcom-in-a-glass trick or the “secret” to turning on a Medtronic pump’s backlight when it’s not obvious on the home screen (scroll to the bottom of this post). Please remember to…
Blood drops are red, diabetes circles are blue…
OK, we aren’t the best poets in the Diabetes Community. And since it’s Poetry Tuesday on this second day of Diabetes Blog Week 2014, we’ve decided to cash in a Wildcard chip instead, and take on the topic: Tell Me a Story.
Write a short story personifying a diabetes tool you use on a daily basis. A meter, syringe, pump, pill, etc. Give it a personality and…
Hello Dear Readers,
Just a note to update you on our new DiabetesMine Test Kitchen — where products designed to improved life with diabetes are evaluated by people who should know how well they hit that mark.
As you hopefully know already, this is a community effort, and we’re looking for PWDs interested in creating 3-5 minute review videos of products they’re familiar with. See this link about becoming a reviewer.
Our latest review is…
Our friend David Edelman is a rock star in the Diabetes Online Community, having co-created Diabetes Daily, one of the top community sites that has grown to include a huge number of forums, blog posts, recipes and useful tidbits for people with diabetes.
(David does not have diabetes himself, but he experienced diagnosis with his wife in 2005, and has been devoted to the cause ever since.)
We were excited to hear the news in…Read more »