Baqsimi Nasal glucagon gives people with diabetes a new option, but don’t abandon the needle!
FDA approves Eyelea in all forms of Diabetes related retinopathy
Why get involved? The benefits of diabetes advocacy are outward and inward!
Copays, Caps and Cost Savings: A look at recent "apparent" efforts to reduce the cost of living with diabetes.
Alicia: UnLeashed! may 2019 article covers How Diabetes care and management is changing in 2019.
List of services that are covered by most private insurance as well as Medicare and most, if not all Medicaid MCOs.
Alicia: UnLeashed! march 2019 article: Why Have Diabetes Tech Companies Not Supported Customer Service?
Alicia: UnLeashed! February 2019 article: Being in a relationship with someone with diabetes can be a special challenge!
Alicia: UnLeashed! January 2019 article: The hype machine -How hype impacts our diabetes management.
Alicia: UnLeashed! July article: The right tools for the job: get more refined results by using more than 2 insulins
My dad is a mechanic, so I spent my formative years leaning over engines and climbing on car lifts getting covered in grease stains and rust. So it's probably no [...]
Alicia: UnLeashed! October article: When you have Diabetes: Why you NEED a doctor when you are WELL .... We have all heard the analogies that our body is like a car, we need to fuel it, keep good tires on it, and take it for an oil change every so often.
Alicia: UnLeashed! September article: Dia-Bullying- Back to school tips for students with Type 1 diabetes and their families. As we settle into the school year and the changes of these first few weeks we often see rises in blood sugar or changes in eating patterns that seem to defy control.
Alicia: UnLeashed! July article: A basic guide to sanity and civility for we people with diabetes. I'd like to share my experience with interacting with the diabetes world online without feeding the trolls.
Alicia: UnLeashed! June article: I can often be heard reminding patients that their doctors work for them, not the other way around! We should Develop a "language of diabetes".