This year is the Seventh Annual D-Blog Day, started by the wonderful Gina Capone, founder of Diabetes Talkfest and moderator on JDRF’s Juvenation community site. D-Blog Day is essentially one day a year in which everyone in the DOC is encouraged to write about their experiences blogging about diabetes — as a way to increase the chatter even more, and also to include bloggers who may not necessarily identify themselves as D-bloggers but who are…Read more »
In a new angle on a diabetes book (or is it?) longtime type 1 PWD and registered nurse Rita Girouard Mertig has published a new guide-to-living-with-D book called, “What Nurses Know… Diabetes: the Answers You Need from the People You Trust.” Somehow the publisher found me and sent me a review copy – surprising in this case because this author seems to be oblivious to the patient/online community. But I’ll get to that in a…Read more »
‘Tis the Ides of March, and time for another Grand Rounds (Volume 7, No. 25), the weekly roundup of the best in medical and health blogging —
The Ides of March is the first day of the Roman New Year. It also marks the first day of spring in the Roman calendar.
On this day in history, Julius Caesar was warned by soothsayers to “beware of the Ides of March”. Apparently, he did not heed…
Attention, please! We’ll be hosting next week’s Grand Rounds blog carnival here at the ‘Mine. This is my third time hosting this awesome weekly forum of the best of medical and health blogging — as submitted by anyone who wants to participate.
For a look-see, check out this week’s edition over at DrPullen.com.
Lots of hosts use themes. It being the 15th of March next Tuesday, we are going for the Ides of March, an…
This week is my very first time at the annual BlogWorld & New Media Expo in Las Vegas. In a word: BIG.
The hotel seems to spread for miles and miles, including six restaurants, a huge casino and a lower level with sweeping spa and beach area (no, I haven’t checked that out yet). My hotel room here is very nearly bigger than the one my whole family is living in back home. Errr.