A common trend in the food industry these days is the push for more organic, natural foods to replace or join their artificially-sweetened, artificially-colored counterparts. No one wants extra chemicals and preservatives in their food and beverages, right? So why would PWDs be any different with their glucose tablets? Which are, you know, supposed to be pure sugar? Glucose tabs are joining the organic movement with the launch of two new lines of glucose tablets,…Read more »
With diabetes, you know, you’ve got to always be prepared… Oy, how appropriate on this very day, September 11! Ouch…
(Also, say hello to one of our new regular illustrators here at the ‘Mine, certified diabetes educator and all-around talented gal Theresa Garnero)
Learn more about Theresa at her site, here.
* ENTER THE FUNNIES *
In addition to several new “regulars,” we’re still look for folks who’d like to submit their stuff from around…
The country is getting pelted with rainstorms, no doubt. Our T1 illustrator extraordinaire Haidee Merritt has fared at least 10 straight days of rain in the Northeast, and is following all the storms and flooding along the Mississippi.
Apparently all she could think about was the importance of being prepared:
Right. Who needs a bunch of smelly animals when it’s sugar that can save your life?
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No preachin’ here: it’s just the weekly DiabetesMine Sunday Funnies, featuring the alternative world of type 1 illustrator Haidee Merritt.
Doesn’t it sometimes seem like we PWDs have our own religion? I mean, how do YOU define salvation?
(Missed last week’s Funnies? Take this path)
Happy Mother’s Day, All! Anyone else have their kids routinely tell them to please not be so “mother-ish”? Yeah, well it comes with the territory.
For this week’s Sunday Funnies, by beloved fellow type 1 artist Haidee Merritt, something that for some reason reminded me of Jewish mothers the world over…
(Missed last week’s Funnies? Go here)