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TweetThank the sweet heavens for PubMed taking the initiative to further delve into a clinical explanation as to why people who have Type 1 diabetes get moody when their blood sugar drops. I tried my best to explain in a … Continue reading
TweetResearchers are baffled as to why the incidence of diabetes has been increasing in kids. It’s not just type 2 diabetes, either; type 1 diabetes is making its mark, too. Studies between 2002 and 2012 for both types of diabetes … Continue reading
TweetThere’s some upset about a new McDonald’s opening its doors near the Vatican. Does anybody else see the irony here? Organized religion is a faith-based business. McDonald’s is a publicly traded one, lovingly known as MCD in the NYSE. When the … Continue reading
TweetGather round, children. It’s story time. Today, being World diabetes day moves me to share the unfortunate ending of Fredrick Banting and Charles Best, the scientists who discovered insulin to treat diabetes. The discovery of insulin was sparked by an … Continue reading
TweetIf you are a woman with type one diabetes who’s burning with the desire to become pregnant, Ginger Vieira and Jennifer Smith have read your thoughts. Women with T1D are labeled as high-risk pregnancies. Labels belong on soup cans and … Continue reading
TweetDid you know that your “gamma” could make insulin? The problem with insulin-producing cells is that we can only get them harvested from a cadaver or harvested from a human embryo. Both of those options are either in short-supply or … Continue reading
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TweetDiabetes can be overwhelming. Your medical team guides you on the clinical treatment of diabetes but the emotional support is paramount to the success of diabetes management. Having lived with diabetes since 1985, I can offer support to condition your way of thinking … Continue reading