Monthly Archives: November 2014

It’s that time of year again…

With snow comes shoveling, and with shoveling comes hypoglycemia, aka low blood glucose. Yesterday I shoveled three times – morning, mid-day, and late afternoon. I think it finally stopped snowing during the night. Then at 1:30 this morning, when I … Continue reading

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Proud to be a Nurse

I am proud to be a nurse and to share this video about what the nursing profession is and what nurses are doing. I appreciate the recognition of nurses as innovators. From large, far-reaching projects to small, grass roots initiatives, … Continue reading

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Mixed Drink Messages

Living well with diabetes is about forming healthy habits for life. That isn’t easy, and we certainly don’t make healthy choices all the time – who does? But with a goal of eating well and engaging in exercise most of … Continue reading

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Textercise

Do you need someone to hold you accountable in order to exercise? Or do you need a little extra kick in the pants to get out there and do it? If so, findings of a recent study may interest you. … Continue reading

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