By Amy Tenderich on March 6, 2015
Today we're excited to bring you a guest post from our newest team member, Rachel Kerstetter, a twenty-something type 1 in Ohio who recently joined the 'Mine on a part-time basis helping out on the social media front (look for her initials on our Twitter feed).
With a day job in industrial marketing in Cleveland, and also running her personal lifestyle blog, Probably Rachel, she recently got an unexpected chance to offer some diabetes fashion advice to a local newspaper...
Welcome to DiabetesMine — a gold mine of information and encouragement created by and for people impacted by diabetes, in the form of “a diabetes newspaper with a personal twist.”
Since its inception in 2005, DiabetesMine has won a number of awards and accolades, including the 2013 Sharecare / American Diabetes Association distinction of “No.1 diabetes influencer site in the country.”
Endocrine Society Annual Meeting Happening Now
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By MikeH on March 5, 2015
We had a chance to connect by phone recently with two Dexcom execs -- longtime leader Terry Gregg, who in January transitioned from the CEO role he'd held since 2007, and his successor Kevin Sayer, who served as chief operating officer before taking over as CEO at the start of the year.
By MikeH on March 4, 2015
Yes, Bigfoot does exist in the diabetes community and as you may have heard, he lives with his family in New York. Today, we're thrilled to share, for the first time anywhere, the full inside story of how "Bigfoot" began his work many years ago -- before there even was a #WeAreNotWaiting call to action!
By AmyT on March 3, 2015
You may or may not know that doctors in this country are getting pampered and paid off by the pharmaceutical industry at large, at an alarming rate. The perks run the gamut from visits by sexy sales reps offering free lunch to hosted gourmet dinners and sizeable payments to act as “thought leaders” for drug manufacturers.
By AmyT on March 2, 2015
The Canada-based makers of an exciting no-needle emergency rescue glucagon that you can puff up your nose have come out of stealth mode, with a brand-new website for the company called Locemia (a mashup of “low blood sugar” and “hypoglycemia”)...