In honor of THANKSGIVING this year, a special message about life and death from Alexandra Drane and the Engage With Grace team. This initiative was born from the story of a young woman, a mom just 32 years old, who was dying of glioblastoma and desperately wanted to do so at home, with grace, rather than in the hospital. Have you and your family considered how you might handle end-of-life choices when the day comes? …Read more »
I’ve been confused for a while about the controversy over “evidence-based medicine.” Some doctors think it is correct; others don’t. We patients take it for granted that there is solid scientific evidence behind the drugs and treatments our doctors prescribe. So have we been misled there?
The Center for Evidence-Based Medicine (yes, there is one!) describes it as “the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of…
I know I shouldn’t do this to you, but we’re adding some chocolate to the menu! When Kathy Moskal of Verē Goods (pronounced “very”) came forward with the offer to donate some heavenly dark chocolate as additional prizes for the DiabetesMine™ Holiday Survival Sweepstakes I just couldn’t resist. Hey, I’ve tried this stuff and it is off the charts. So now it’s your turn. In addition to nearly 50 other amazing prizes, we’ll be giving…Read more »
Been workin’ hard on this all week. Tune in tomorrow for the launch — we have nearly 50 great prizes to give away!
(Special thanks to Gina Capone for designing this killer-pie logo!)
See you in the AM.…
This is one of those creations from my quirky 9-year-old that I just had to post. This was meant to be the “rules for upstairs” in our house:
Kind of makes a great credo for certain circumstances in life, ay? Except that the eating and drinking parts are often prerequisites for No. 4
But what I actually wanted to talk about today in the wake of Friday’s World Diabetes Day awareness bonanza was the Rules…