By Amy Tenderich on May 28, 2015
We know, we know, analysts have been split on whether new inhaled insulin Afrezza will be a success. All we can tell you is that all the users we've heard from so far have been quite enthused; our Afrezza in the Real World series continues today, with yet another type 1 raving about this new, non-invasive form of insulin.
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By AmyT on May 27, 2015
At the recent JDRF Type One Nation event in Metro Detroit a couple of weeks ago, Dr. Joyce Lee (@DoctorAsDesigner) from the University of Michigan held a workshop for teens with diabetes, encouraging them to design their own dream diabetes device...
By AmyT May 26, 2015
A HUGE THANK YOU to the 50 people who entered our 2015 DiabetesMine Patient Voices Contest this year, and shared their wonderful ideas for diabetes life hacks. We learned a lot, while evaluating all of the input and essays! These are the winners...
By AmyT on May 25, 2015
Dr. Jordan Pinsker is a research physician at the Williams Sansum Diabetes Center in Santa Barbara, CA. He is the clinical lead for their artificial pancreas trials. Prior to taking this position he was the Chief of Pediatric Endocrinology at Tripler Army Medical Center in Hawaii.
By WilD on May 24, 2015
As we mark another Memorial Day and pay tribute to those who gave their lives in military service, we in the D-Community can think about giving our own salute...
By WilD 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.