Every so often, we get questions here at our weekly advice column, Ask D’Mine!, that flat out break our hearts. Today, your host Wil Dubois, veteran type 1 and diabetes educator and author, responds to one of those: a new wife who is scared about how her now-husband is managing his type 1 diabetes. She’s worried about his already-surfacing complications and what it could mean for their relationship, and Wil offers some straight up advice…Read more »
Could it be that the biggest U.S. diabetes meeting of the year — focused on physicians and researchers sharing the latest medical science — has finally opened a window into the real-life struggles of us PWDs (people with diabetes)?
At a number of official presentation sessions I attended, this seemed to be the case, at this 74th year of the ADA Scientific Sessions, held in San Francisco.
ADA planning committee members tell us they took…
We’re now at the end of the fifth month of 2014, which is simply amazing — how quickly this year is going by! The summer months bring a bevvy of diabetes conference activity and we’re excited about that, but it’s already been busy around here in May…
Of course, we marked Memorial Day this past week, honoring those who’ve served our country, and with it come many ultra-American traditions of summer fun: barbeques, camping, pool…
As we close out the fifth year running of Diabetes Blog Week, many of us in the Diabetes Online Community may be feeling a little like this:
(Thanks to Jerry King, an accomplished worldwide cartoonist and regular contributor here at the ‘Mine.)
Of course, there was a lot to enjoy around the diabetes blogosphere this past week, and there still is one last prompt to tackle this fine Sunday:
As we wrap up…Read more »
Hey there, Diabetes Community!
Welcome back to another round of our weekly advice column, Ask D’Mine, hosted by veteran type 1, diabetes author and educator Wil Dubois.
You may remember that last week, Wil offered his thoughts to reader Frank on “chinning up” when rough times hit with diabetes. This week, Wil shares some thoughts on Part 2 of Frank’s question, re: riding the endless sea of frustration that is “brittle diabetes.”
Please let this…