Blamo!! It only took us nearly a year to get this cool new artwork put together for the site. The idea was to have a fun, retro-'Mine-style icon for each of our featured series. Let us know what you think:
For our Book Reviews/Giveaways:
For our Small But Mighty series (on diabetes mom-and-pop businesses):
For our Global Diabetes series:
For Guest Posts:
For Guest Posts specific to Type 2:
For our Partner Follies series (voices of partners of PWDs)
For our 411 Information series on diabetes complications:
For our popular Amazing Diabetes Advocates series:
For our Find Us page:
And of course, we're keeping our beloved Ask D'Mine Q&A icon, created for us by the infinitely talented Haidee Merritt:
Huge thanks to the creative team at Alliance Health Networks for the whole new series!
Of course, we're always eager to hear any ideas you might have for us to cover in any of these topic areas. So please, let us know!
Everywhere we turn these days, it seems there is the issue of Insulin Affordability and Access -- not just the sky-high prices here in the US, but across the globe in developing countries. We have it good, and we're very aware of that. But so many...
Hey, D-Friends!February may be a shorter month, but that doesn't mean our Diabetes Online Community is short of amazing content! With love in the air as usual this Valentine's month, we wanted to follow that theme by showing our love for fellow...
"Complications" of diabetes are always a scary prospect for those of us living with the disease. So we're always impressed to find PWDs who have managed to not only cope successfully with complications, but to use their experience to support and i...
Happy St. Paddy's Day, Diabetes Community!While this is mostly an Americanized holiday, we wanted to offer you a glimpse into the real world of diabetes in Ireland -- with a personal testimonial from the country that so many of us are paying hom...
We nearly missed it, but last week (March 2) was the birthday of legendary funny-man Dr. Seuss. Every five to seven years or so, we like to revisit the popular poem below that I wrote in his honor -- one of the original posts here at DiabetesMine,...