Diabetes management, if limited to FDA recommendations is largely ineffective.
As usual, this year’s American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions didn’t place much emphasis on a healthy lifestyle. There was food everywhere, and trust me, we’re not talking fruits & veggies. But there was a great deal of research presented on diabetes medications and devices.
Humor can make the burden of diabetes a little less heavy.
What do I eat? Diabetes & Diet If you are new to living with diabetes (or you've lived with diabetes for years and you are looking for information), you've likely [...]
We all have many hats that we wear in our lives - parent, partner, colleague, community member etc. For me, two of my most important roles are that of being a mother and a Diabetes Educator. The fact that my son has type 1 diabetes means that these roles intersect and overlap on a regular basis.
Today, we bring you the top ten list of comments we'd rather not hear, and some thoughts on how we might comment when we do hear them.
It’s great when there are tips or tools that help us remember when to do something or products that make carrying all our “stuff” a bit easier. Little thing can helps us balance diabetes a bit better.
If you have both diabetes and depression, you already know that it doesn’t feel good and you’d be better off if you could do something about it, right?
G'day everyone, from warm & humid southeastern Australia. Been here for four days now, lecturing at hospitals in Brisbane, Melbourne, and today in Sydney. Interesting to note the differences between [...]