Get ready for a fresh design overhaul coming soon to DiabetesMine.com as we officially become part of the Healthline family, beginning in January 2015. The announcement of this acquisition went out over the news wire today!
We’re very excited about partnering with Healthline, a San Francisco-based “growing group of passionate individuals who work each day to make the people of the world healthier through the power of information.” Mike and I look forward…
Just in time for World Diabetes Day at week’s end, a D-Mom and wife of a longtime type 1 in England is releasing an update to her e-book written a year ago in the name of diabetes awareness and advocacy.
Meet Debbie Young, a career author with a long history in journalism and public relations who has written several other non-diabetes books ranging from fiction to aiding self-publishing authors. But unlike her past writings, Debbie’s…
With the first quarter of 2014 now ending, we’re happy to bring you more favorite posts from around the Diabetes Online Community. Luckily, there’s never a shortage of great stuff to share, and this March has been no exception.
Oh, and don’t forget to send us your favorites to be sure we’re ropin’ in all the best stuff each month!
Three words — Diabetes, Buzzfeed, Tumblr. ‘Nuff said. Check out the very funny…
Dan Fleshler is a professional political writer and media strategist in New York City, who happens to have lived with type 1 diabetes since 1962 (!) He recently jumped into the DOC (Diabetes Online Community) with his own blog called The Insulin Chronicles. We’re very pleased to welcome Dan to the ‘Mine today, with some unique thoughts on “the lessons and mysteries” of this infuriating disease:
A Guest Post by Dan Fleshler
We’re excited to present yet another of our 2013 DiabetesMine Patient Voices Scholarship Contest winners who will be attending our Innovation Summit in November — Melissa Lee, a 33-year-old from north of Dallas, Texas, who’s a very active advocate in the Diabetes Online Community and mother of two young children.
Melissa was diagnosed with type 1 almost a quarter century ago. While we know her as a fellow diabetes blogger over at Sweetly Voiced, Melissa…Read more »