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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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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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The College Diabetes Network (CDN)

I wrote about a college fair and a college recruiter last week, so I guess it makes sense to continue the theme and write about diabetes in college this week. If you know someone with diabetes who is finishing high … Continue reading

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Follow up to DiabetesMine Innovation Summit news…

As a follow up to my last blog post, here is my interview about the upcoming DiabetesMine Innovation Summit and why I want to attend.

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Limiting Carbohydrate

I recently spent a few weeks eating fewer carbohydrate foods. While I don’t like most sentences with the word “limit” in them, it was my choice to limit the carbs I ate, so I’m using that term for now. During … Continue reading

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Low Carb Lifestyle

Low carb living may be the way to go for many people. I am reading The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living by Volekand Phinney. This book is interesting and eye opening! I am discovering many things about my … Continue reading

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Dream Day

I’m reposting an old blog post today. The prompt is to write about my dream day. I hiked up a mountain today, which was dreamy (sort of), but it would have been a lot more fun without diabetes. Here it is: Tudiabetes.org has … Continue reading

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