Get ready for a fresh design overhaul coming soon to DiabetesMine.com as we officially become part of the Healthline family, beginning in January 2015. The announcement of this acquisition went out over the news wire today!
We’re very excited about partnering with Healthline, a San Francisco-based “growing group of passionate individuals who work each day to make the people of the world healthier through the power of information.” Mike and I look forward…
It’s an exciting day for us here at the ‘Mine! Today we are hosting the fourth annual DiabetesMine Innovation Summit at Stanford School of Medicine in Palo Alto.
This is a unique coming together of all the “stakeholders” in the diabetes world, including patient advocates, device designers, Pharma Marketing and R&D leaders, health tech visionaries, passionate clinicians, regulatory experts, and more. The aim is to spark discussions and interactions that lead to faster, better development…Read more »
Around the world we go, with our Global Diabetes Series, showcasing individuals grappling with this disease all over the planet. Today, we’re proud to bring you a report from Cambodia — one of ten countries in Southeast Asia, slightly smaller than Oklahoma, that lies between Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and the Gulf of Thailand. It’s an interesting place, where half of the current population is younger than 15 years old (!)
A Guest Post by Piseth…Read more »
It’s no big secret that there’s plenty to feel down about when it comes to living with diabetes, unfortunately. But airing and sharing your concerns can be empowering, rather than facing them all alone. So today at our weekly diabetes advice column Ask D’Mine, veteran type 1 and diabetes educator Wil Dubois does what he can to address some cries for help that have come our way.
This is the first of two parts, so…
One of the newest patient-written diabetes books on the scene brings a dimension we haven’t seen before — which can be summed up as voicing frustration about life with diabetes in literary journal form.
The author is fellow type 1 Paul Cathcart in the UK, who was diagnosed 21 years ago as a teenager. He worked for years in online media project management, specifically video on demand for clients like GSK, Diageo and Shell’s sponsorship…