Monthly Archives: November 2015

Diabetes Responses

During the last two Live Interviews I’ve participated in on TuDiabetes, the topic of having “canned responses” has come up. The thought is that we could prepare some responses that are insightful, empowering, educational, supportive, strengths-based, and convey messages about diabetes and how … Continue reading

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Diabetes Innovation Is Alive

As we start to wind down November, and Diabetes Awareness Month, I can’t help but once again be impressed by the work that people are doing. My awareness was increased on Friday when I participated in the DiabetesMine Innovation Summit. … Continue reading

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Hypoglycemia Awareness

Another important thing to be aware of – whether or not you have diabetes – is hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia, or low blood glucose, can be an emergency situation. Those of us with diabetes work hard each day to avoid emergencies, but … Continue reading

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Awareness of diabetes

Today I’m thinking about awareness of diabetes, itself. Did you know there are 29.1 million people in the United States with diabetes? That’s one out of every ten adults. And about 8 million of them don’t even know they have … Continue reading

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Diabetes Awareness Month Week 1

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and I like to emphasize awareness. This time of year I am especially aware of the benefit of a flu shot. People with diabetes have a greater chance of being hospitalized if they get the flu. … Continue reading

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