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    GlucosEnough: A Powerhouse Type 1 Diabetes Advocate in North Carolina

    Interviews

    We always love to find strong new voices in our Diabetes Community, so today we're thrilled to feature a fellow type 1 North Carolina, Aaron Johnson. Aaron has lived with T1D for more than three decades since he was just a toddler. He recently le...

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    An Interview with American Idol Veteran and T1 Actor Kevin Covais

    Life with Diabetes

    Who remembers Kevin Covais from Season 5 of American Idol? He was that nerdy finalist with glasses who America compared to Chicken Little. But lo and behold, he's also living with type 1 diabetes and has become a successful young actor as well as ...

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    Interviewing AADE's New Leader Donna Ryan

    Advocacy

    The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) is an important organization that sets the tone for diabetes care across the board. Its newest president as of January is Florida-based Donna Ryan, a registered nurse and dietitian with a quart...

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    Dr. David Kendall: From Lilly Diabetes to Leading MannKind's Afrezza Research

    Products

    The future of Afrezza inhaled insulin maker MannKind Corp. has been the subject of quite a bit of controversy, with some very vocal naysayers predicting the demise of the California company.That's not happened, and in fact, new leadership has help...

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    Experimenting with Old-School (Cheaper) Insulin Products

    Products

    Browsing the diabetes online universe lately, we've seen numerous examples of people experimenting with various types of insulins -- some seeking lower-cost options, and others trying out newer insulins or different combinations often when they've...

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    An Interview with Low-Carb Pioneer Dr. Richard Bernstein

    Life with Diabetes

    Dr. Richard K. Bernstein is famous as a champion of strict low-carb eating, and a controversial figure whose very name often sparks debate. Whether you're a fan or not, there's no discounting the reality that this New York endocrinologist is a pio...

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    On Ditching Carbohydrates, with Leading Low-Carb Food Blogger

    Life with Diabetes

    Controlling our carbohydrate intake is of course important to diabetes management. While the Internet's overflowing with low-carb recipes and dieting advice, one site that seems to stand out is the excellent blog called Ditch the Carbs.Although th...

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    Former Pro Basketball Player Founds 'Diabetics Doing Things'

    Advocacy

    Every day, people with diabetes are doing amazing things that go unnoticed. No, we're not talking about climbing mountains or running marathons or biking across America... just everday folk with broken pancreases who are living their best possible...

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    Talking Diabetes and Behavior Change with Andy Page of Livongo

    Life with Diabetes

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    Past AADE Leader Working Towards the "Netflix of Healthcare"

    Life with Diabetes

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    Looking Back at Diabetes Icon Keith Campbell

    Advocacy

    We were very sad to hear the recent news that our friend, R. Keith Campbell, has passed away.A longtime type 1 himself for roughly 68 years (!) following his diagnosis in 8th grade, Keith became an icon in the D-Community over the years, shaping m...

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    "Diapers and Diabetes" Group Helps Families of Babies with T1D

    Advocacy

    Parents of children with type 1 diabetes are a powerful force in our community and often bond together for support. This brings to mind play groups and activities for school-age children.But one very active group called Diapers and Diabetes is sp...

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    Around the Diabetes Blogosphere: The Boo 2017 Edition

    Advocacy

    We're just about to hit November, the big National Diabetes Awareness Month. But before we do, let's all take a moment to appreciate what this past month of October has brought us from the Diabetes Online Community (DOC). So before you head ou...

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    Meet DiabetesMine's 2017 Stanford Student Scholars

    Life with Diabetes

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    Patient Voices Winner Karl Rusnak Now Wearing Diabetes On His Sleeve

    Life with Diabetes

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    Texas Woman Cycles Across Country to Mark Dia-versary (with Book Giveaway!)

    Advocacy

    Since today is Columbus Day and many are talking about historic journeys, we thought it'd be the perfect time to share the story of a Texas woman who recently rode clear across America on her bike -- all to mark her 40th anniversary of living with...

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    Diabetes Patient Voices Winner Has Ideas for "Cracking Healthcare"

    Interviews

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    Patient Voices Winner Helps Those with Eating Disorders and Diabetes

    Life with Diabetes

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    A Passion for Food and New Tech Tools for the African-American Diabetes Community

    Advocacy

    Today we continue our series of interviews with the ten 2017 DiabetesMine Patient Voices Scholarship Contest winners who will be joining us for the annual DiabetesMine Innovation Summit in mid-November at Stanford School of Medicine.We're delighte...

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