By Wil Dubois on May 23, 2015
This edition of our weekly diabetes advice column Ask D’Mine is pretty heavy duty. Our columnist Wil Dubois (himself a longtime type 1 who works as a community diabetes educator) is faced with a real medical emergency in the form of an eating disorder.
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By MikeH on May 22, 2015
The Students With Diabetes program founded by Miss America 1999 Nicole Johnson, a fellow type 1, is expanding to include more programs for to include young adults, parents, and partners. And there's new ownership, through the new Diabetes Empowerment Foundation.
By MikeH May 21, 2015
For celeb chef Sam Talbot, a fellow type 1 since age 12, there's a lot on the metaphorical stove these days. He is working on a new book, has recently opened two new eating establishments, and has co-founded a new group called Beyond Type 1 with two D-Moms.
By MikeH on May 20, 2015
The Diabetes Community got a quick and unwanted snap of harsh reality recently when Asante Solutions, makers of the innovative Snap insulin pump, suddenly announced they were closing up shop. Here's an inside look at what happened, plus how other insulin pump companies are responding.
By WilD on May 19, 2015
Abbott Diabetes Care launched the new FreeStyle Precision Neo in hte U.S. last month, earlier offering a lower-cost "back to basics" meter and test strips aimed at avoiding insurance and co-pays.
By AmyT on May 18, 2015
At last, a book that talks about managing diabetes in real life – where traffic stress, shopping ‘exercise’ and poor sleep happen. 'Thriving with Diabetes' takes a refreshing ‘life hack’ approach to keeping blood sugar levels in range.