We’re traveling around the world again for our ongoing series about Global Diabetes — what’s it like to live with this illness in parts unknown? Today we are joined by Senthil Nathan, blogging about diabetes from Chennai, India, a country of more than a billion people. He reminds us that India is a land of diversity, so whatever he shares here “has to be taken as a microview of a land in which people speak…Read more »
Wow, LifeScan’s OneTouch Verio IQ meter just barely hit market in the U.S., and we got word today that all meters across the country and across Canada are being “voluntarily removed and replaced” by the company, due to an error that can cause the meter to shut down when a user accesses the stored test results.
VerioIQ is LifeScan’s new smart meter, billed as “the first meter ever that automatically alerts you to patterns… and…
Happy President’s Day! This seemed like a great time to introduce you to someone doing some serious advocacy work on our behalf on Capitol Hill — the American Diabetes Association’s newest National Youth Advocate, 17-year-old Logan Nicole Gregory.
Logan lives with her parents and two sisters in Lexington, Kentucky, where she has been a diabetes advocate since she was in first grade (!). Logan has been a Walk Ambassador for several years, and has spoken…
Yikes! Who let that guy in?
Thanks again to Mr. Mike Lawson, self-described social media nut and T1 advocate, a regular here at the ‘Funnies!…Read more »
This hasn’t exactly been the coldest, darkest winter on record, but neverthless, it can be a difficult time of year to stay upbeat — especially when your blood sugar levels seem to be unresponsive to all your daily efforts. Ugh. This month, the DSMA (Diabetes Social Media Advocacy) Blog Carnival is focusing on Diabetes in the Winter:
What can we do to help stop depression from hitting our community during the winter months?
I’m not…Read more »