By Mike Hoskins on March 31, 2015
It's amazing to realize that we're already through a full quarter of 2015 -- the year is really flying by! Of course, we're happy every month to find outstanding posts from around the Diabetes Online Community (DOC). As the sports world is going a bit crazy with March Madness, we're recognizing our picks for the "DOC brackets" this month...
And don't forget to send us your favorites for April to be sure we're ropin' in all the best stuff each month!
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By AmyT on March 30, 2015
I have been using Afrezza, the new inhaled insulin developed by MannKind and marketed by Sanofi, for the last three and a half weeks. So far it’s… mysterious and exciting.
By MikeH on March 29, 2015
April Fool's Day is just around the corner, and the Diabetes Community will have to be on the look out for what's real... or not so much.
By WilD March 28, 2015
In our weekly diabetes advice column, Ask D'Mine, columnist Wil Dubois answers a big question about the "complications" that sometimes arise when using mail-order service to get our sensitive diabetes supplies...
By MikeH on March 27, 2015
It's always amazing to me -- and so very frustrating -- how little other docs tend to listen to us, when we're trying to keep them on point about a particular non-D health issue and thell them something isn't related to diabetes. They're often so distracted by the diabetes that they just don't listen.
By MikeH on March 26, 2015
I'm pretty excited about a new diabetes research tool that's a little like an online dating service, in this case matching diabetes patients and researchers. It's called the Living BioBank, established by the nonprofit T1D Exchange, and it's about finding clinical research to participate in.