- Subscribe to Allie's Voice NewsFor Email Marketing you can trust.
Allies Voice's Recent Tweets
Tag Archives: diabetes
TweetMothers have a significant impact on their children, but a mother with Type 1 diabetes has more of an impact than meets the eye. A study shows that mothers who have T1D influence the development of their child’s brain. Specifically, T1D … Continue reading
TweetEvery so often, news hits the wire that makes me realize this isn’t your father’s generation of medicine. This is one of those headlines. There’s a robotic pill that could someday deliver micro injections to the intestines. This is being … Continue reading
TweetPeople love their coffee. If you celebrate liquid gold on the daily, this news may bring a smile to your face. Caffeine has received a media makeover because it offers more health benefits than initially realized. In this particular study, coffee consumption … Continue reading
TweetTrustworthiness is the most valuable tool when it comes to a doctor-patient relationship. It’s been nearly six years since I encountered the most abusive relationship I’ve known in my life. Before I delve further into my explanation of this “abusive … Continue reading
TweetDid you know sugar substitutes can kill good HDL cholesterol? There’s more explaining to it and the lead investigator of this study speaks with me to help us understand what this means. Lead researcher Dr. N Rabbani, of the Warwick … Continue reading
TweetFor the health-conscious or the person you’d like to give a head start on the New Year’s resolution to lose weight – Nalgene is your best bet for a thoughtful gift. Nalgene is to sports bottles as Kleenex is to tissues. … Continue reading
TweetJoin the Allie’s Voice About Diabetes e-newsletter to hear the latest podcast, see the latest YouTube video, and shop the Amazon aStore for useful diabetes products. Subscribe and join me! Join the e-newsletter For Email Marketing you can trust.
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