Monthly Archives: August 2017

Help Mindy Get Her Book Published

Mindy Bartleson is sharing this guest blog today. Mindy is 24 years old and has had type 1 diabetes since she was seven. She lives in Boston, works and volunteers in diabetes and is an avid diabetes camper! Mindy started … Continue reading

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Back to school…with diabetes

Forty-two years ago I went to second grade with something new. Not a new outfit or a new backpack, but something I would wear and carry with me for life…diabetes. I was seven years old and had been diagnosed with … Continue reading

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Different Problems, Same Goal

Last Sunday at #AADE17, I had the honor to be part of a presentation on the language of diabetes. Three of us, who are authors on the upcoming joint paper on language use in diabetes care and education, presented to … Continue reading

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All Patients Are Liars

“All patients are liars until proven otherwise.” Meredith Grey Wow. Can you even imagine how my blood boiled when I heard that quote? Yes, I realize it was said by an imaginary character on a TV show, but it still … Continue reading

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