This post is the third and final installment of my recent guest post series looking at ways that new Technology is aiding Diabetes Care.
I don’t need to tell you how ubiquitous texting has become. (Somehow I could live without internet access on my iPhone this summer, yet I spent hours calling AT&T to make sure I could at least send and receive text messages from Europe!) Today, a progressive endocrinologist who’s active on Twitter…
Cheryl Alkon, journalist and D-blogger at Managing the Sweetness Within (pictured right) has written the book that many a would-be-mom with diabetes has been waiting for: an ‘insider’s guide’ to having a baby with this illness. Titled Balancing Pregnancy with Pre-existing Diabetes, it covers the whole pregnancy experience, from the months before you begin trying for a baby, through conception, all three trimesters, labor and postpartum.
Having already had my three wonderful babies before my…
Scott Johnson is one of my favorite fellow diabetes bloggers. Always has been. This post will show you why.
A Guest Post by Scott K. Johnson, of Scott’s Diabetes Journal
Amy’s guest post from Dr. Anne Peters last Thursday on “How to be a Good Diabetes Patient” sure ruffled some feathers. I wanted to take a stab at the other side of the story: How to be a good endo, from a patient’s point…Read more »
Jennifer Dyer, MD, is an endocrinologist and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology at the Ohio State University College of Medicine. In addition to all her hard work as a doctor, she also is passionate about consumer health communications and health media to improve health literacy. She also happens to be one of the few endos you can find using social media on a regular basis; you can follow her on Twitter…Read more »
From the “Advice Column” file today:
Sometimes finding a good endo can seem harder than finding your soul mate! Whether it’s disagreements over treatment or they seem to be stuck in the stone-age on A1c levels, it’s discouraging how difficult it is to find Dr. Right. We have all witnessed stories of people who have had to fight tooth and nail to get the right treatment or had to put up with a technophobic doctor. …