Monthly Archives: June 2013

Diabetes Advocacy In The Workplace

Today I had a chance to practice diabetes advocacy in the workplace.  I work for a major cell phone provider, in an inbound android call center, and yesterday I was speaking to a 64 year old woman who was calling … Continue reading

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The Diabetic Vampire

Last weekend, I attended the American Diabetes Association’s 73rd Annual Scientific Sessions in Chicago, so I kinda had diabetes on the brain.  One night after the days events, I was watching an old Blackadder episode with friends, where the main … Continue reading

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Diabetes Devices

When your doctor tells you they want you to go on the pump, or they want you to change your blood sugar meter, or they want you to get a continuous glucose monitor, or any other diabetes devices, how do … Continue reading

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Don’t die like I did . . . . .

Don’t die like I did.  I’ve thought about this diabetes complications blog article ever since I started my blog 2 years ago.  I’ve been afraid to write it, partially because I don’t want to think about dying, but also because … Continue reading

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Farmers Market Rant

I have a bone to pick with farmers markets, so here goes my farmers market rant.  There’s nothing more annoying than discovering a new farmers market that’s open on my days off (I don’t have weekends off), and when I … Continue reading

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