It’s always exciting to see a member of the D-OC accomplish a goal, so we’re thrilled to announce the release of Ginger Vieira’s self-published book, Your Diabetes Science Experiment. Ginger has lived with type 1 diabetes and celiac disease since 1999, but she’s most recognized for being a powerlifter (she’s set 15 records in drug-tested powerlifting) and owner of a life coaching business called Living in Progress. Ginger is powerfully committed to motivating and encouraging…Read more »
Everyday, the diabetes online community is getting bigger and bigger… it’s easy to get overwhelmed and feel like you’re missing out on stuff! We’ve been doing our best to keep tabs on all the great discussions, and decided it would be a good idea to share a little ’round-up’ of some of our fave posts at the end of each month. Enjoy, Partners!
First off, congrats to Ginger Vieira on the publication of her new…Read more »
If you have diabetes and have not yet been to a local TCOYD event, boo on you. Seriously, you are missing out!
These day-long conferences, taking place on Saturdays in “smaller venues” around the country (i.e. cities like Albany and Providence, instead of NYC and Boston) are geared at all of us “local people” with diabetes who could use a boost of information and motivation. Who couldn’t use that? Plus, you get free lunch (yes,…
People with diabetes certainly aren’t immune to issues with insomnia or other sleeping problems that occur with age, jet lag or seasonal affective disorder. When that happens, sometimes counting sheep just doesn’t cut it. But there has been concern discussed recently in the D-OC about using sleep aids with diabetes. A thread on TuDiabetes starts off with the notion that “any kind of sleep aid is taboo for an insulin-dependent diabetic.” So we decided to…Read more »
I can’t help it. This reminds me of the movie City Slickers, in which one of the characters has messed up his life, and his friends tell him he’s getting a “do-over.” The young company Dance Pharmaceuticals, based in downtown San Francisco, is basically on a mission to salvage the good parts of Pfizer’s failed inhaled insulin Exubera (not the awkward delivery device!) and launch a second coming of the base product that is “simpler,…Read more »