We’ve all heard them at one time or another — those insensitive comments that just make you cringe. But what do you say back? We might wish we could share the snarky comeback on the tip of our tongues, but that isn’t always a good idea, especially if this is someone you’ll have to see again (a family member, friend, etc.). A few weeks ago, D-mom blogger Joanne was inspired by a “D-wit” post from…Read more »
I was going to wish you all “Happy” Memorial Day, but I don’t think that’s protocol.
Anyway, bloggers get the day off too — especially after all that Bat Mitzvah action. (It was wonderful! Such nachas!)
This seemed like a great day to re-visit this dLife success story of an Army Sergeant on active duty who was diagnosed with diabetes:
Being a soldier with diabetes ain’t easy, but it can be done.
Meanwhile, the authorities…
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving break. We spent the weekend laughing and relaxing with friends. I’ll admit: we ate too much, and also geeked out just a little playing with some new Web 2.0 stuff.
Um, just watch this …
Editor’s Note: Don’t forget to share your Thanksgiving with the Big D story (or Xmas or Hanukkah story) for a chance to win great prizes in this year’s DiabetesMine Holiday Survival Contest.…Read more »
I’m baaaaacckk… And this video topic is a big one for me. I’ve written a whole lot about how much it irks me that so many patients get sent home with glucose meters and told to take a bunch of tests and record the numbers, without ever being told what to do with that information: How can it be useful for your health? So here’s a brief video explanation in our 4th in the new…Read more »
Get out your kleenex box, and watch this:
Special thanks to Manny Hernandez and the whole gang at the Diabetes Hands Foundation.…Read more »