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!
In a world where any little question can take on a life of its own... A good reminder not to be like those diabetes police pestering us about blood sugars!Thanks to the artistic Gareth Morgan, a fellow type 1 in England and biomedical researcher...
Today we're pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 DiabetesMineTM Usability Innovation Awards – unveiled at the sixth annual DiabetesMine Innovation Summit on Oct. 28 at UC San Francisco's Mission Bay biotech campus (full event report coming ...
Here we are post-Thanksgiving, moving into the Holiday Season once more -- and wrapping up yet another November, as National Diabetes Awareness Month (NDAM).This year's NDAM has been as prolific as ever, with some interesting wins and hot topics b...
The time has come to say goodbye to 2016, as we get ready to ring in a new year.But before we do, it's worth taking a look back at this final month of '16 to reflect on all the outstanding diabetes blog posts that have shined brighter than any ...
Today, as we greet the Holiday Season, we're happy to welcome D-Dad and advocate Tom Karlya to tell us all about the annual Santa letter-writing campaign in the name of diabetes. Yep, you heard right. The Florida-based Diabetes Research Institute ...