Think Like a Pancreas: The world of diabetes from the unique perspective of Gary Scheiner and the clinical team at Integrated Diabetes Services
By avoiding the need to absorb through the fat layer below the skin, Afrezza starts working almost immediately, peaks in about 15 minutes, and in most cases, clears in about 2 hours. Now that’s rapid!
Integrated Diabetes Services: Our reviews and client testimonials I meant to tell you, Patrick earned an A in math this semester. He is seeing more success with his grades now that his blood sugars are [...]
At Integrated Diabetes Services, we have a different setup. Everyone who works at IDS has a personal connection to diabetes. 3 of our clinicians are CDEs who wear insulin pumps and use a CGM, and the 4th is a CDE who is the mother of a child with Type 1.
Not all problems with diabetes are cut and dry. Recently, my fellow certified diabetes educators, Gary Scheiner, Lisa Foster-McNulty, and I put our heads together about an insulin allergy question.
Christel Oreum, our guest blogger is a certified personal trainer, and diabetes advocate. She gives our readers tips about how to find time for health and exercise in your busy lives.
If you think you’ve mastered everything there is to know about carb counting, it’s time for a little revelation. Not all carbs are created equal. Another factor to consider is the influence of the Glycemic Index.
Nowadays, travel involves more hassles than most of us are equipped to handle. And having diabetes just adds to the fun. Luckily you have me, Mr. “Platinum-Status Flier,” to share a few pointers for making travel a bit more bearable and enjoyable.
Jenny Smith, A certified diabetes educator discusses what the condition is, how it can threaten your health, and how to protect yourself.
Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) is a condition in which the blood becomes highly acidic as a result of dehydration and excessive ketone (acid) production. When bodily fluids become acidic, some of the body’s systems stop functioning properly. It is a serious condition that will make you violently ill and it can kill you.
by, Gary Scheiner MS, CDE, Named 2014 Diabetes Educator of the year by the American Association of Diabetes Educators, Gary Scheiner has dedicated his professional life to improving the lives of people with insulin-dependent [...]