I woke up with a sore throat today, but still, I have MUCH to be thankful for.
- 3 healthy children and a partner I adore
- extended family
- good friends
- a pretty comfortable life
- a job that I love (!)
- relative good health, even with a chronic illness
- and a whole lot of wonderful people online to share it with ;)
In case you have any doubt that you too are blessed, have a look at this article today about the Engage with Grace initiative. A great reminder to live your life to the fullest, right now, while you're here.
Happy Thanksgiving, All!
Welcome to the 4th in our series of interviews with the 2016 Patient Voices Scholarship Winners -- 10 advocates selected to join us on scholarship for this year's DiabetesMine Innovation Summit in San Francisco in a couple of months.Please greet t...
Happy Independence Day, Diabetes Community!We're taking it easy this July 4th, as Amy is vacationing with her family on their annual summer visit to Europe, while Mike is resting up at home with family and friends before traveling to Orlando this ...
Ever wondered what a ketone looks like? Or what it might resemble if it were a human being?Just ask Alexys Fleming, a type 1 in Chicago who was diagnosed at age 13 about a decade ago.She has an idea, because this 20-something has actually painted ...
« See newer comics Sunday Funnies: If Hollywood Went Diabetes... Published June 27, 2016 The mid-year movie season could look quite different, you know... We'd totally hit Fandango for those titles, wouldn't you?!Thanks to the talented Brad Slai...
More evidence diabetes is just too much sometimes... Hmmm, maybe it's time for a workplace-friendly diabetes supply cabinet? Thanks to our regular contributor Jerry King, an accomplished cartoonist who creates more than 200 illustrations eac...