This is our first in a series of interviews with the 10 winners of the 2012 DiabetesMine Patient Voices Contest, who were announced back in June. If you’re at all interested in how diabetes technology might best address the real-world issues we PWDs (people with diabetes) face, then you should really hear what Shara Bialo has to say! This 28-year-old from Rhode Island has been living with type 1 since age 9, and as a…Read more »
We have our definition of what counts as “weird” in the D-world, no?
Thanks again to social media guru, funny man, and illustrator Mike Lawson, who’s all over the DOC these days!
Our friend and fellow D-blogger Beatriz Dominguez lives near Chicago, where she works as Assistant to the Chair of Medical Laboratory Technology at Oakton Community College. But that’s just her day job. Beatriz grew up in Colombia and witnessed the effects of type 2 diabetes on her father. Beatriz was passionate about diabetes long before she was even diagnosed. Since her diagnosis, Beatriz has become a well-known type 2 blogger, attended the Roche Social Media…Read more »
Living with diabetes can be a lot to deal with every day, and some of us have joked that navigating our daily D-routines can sometimes feel like an Olympic sport in itself! The Diabetes Olympics, one might say.
Of course, most of us don’t really have any insight into both living with diabetes and being a part of the actual Olympics. But some fellow PWDs can claim that, and not just the elite athletes striving…
We’ve been traveling the world for the past year, bringing you different perspectives on life with diabetes with our Global DiabetesSeries. This month, we’d like to introduce you to Mila Ferrer, who lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico, with her husband and three sons. Puerto Rico is closely tied to the U.S., as it is a commonwealth, but it is also distinctly different.
Currently working as Director of Operations for Fundación Dulces Guerreros, an organization…Read more »