Tag Archives: 2012 Diabetes Blog Week

What They Should Know–From Mark Mariano

Friday’s post: Today let’s borrow a topic from a #dsma chat held last September.  The tweet asked “What is one thing you would tell someone that doesn’t have diabetes about living with diabetes?”.  Let’s do a little advocating and post … Continue reading

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What They Should Know — From Educator Nora Saul

Friday’s post: Today let’s borrow a topic from a #dsma chat held last September.  The tweet asked “What is one thing you would tell someone that doesn’t have diabetes about living with diabetes?”.  Let’s do a little advocating and post … Continue reading

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Fantasy Diabetes Device — From Educator Nora Saul

Thursday’s Post: Today let’s tackle an idea inspired by Bennet of Your Diabetes May Vary.  Tell us what your Fantasy Diabetes Device would be?  Think of your dream blood glucose checker, delivery system for insulin or other meds, magic carb … Continue reading

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One Thing to Improve — From Educator Nora Saul

Wednesday’s Prompt: Yesterday we gave ourselves and our loved ones a big pat on the back for one thing we are great at.  Today let’s look at the flip-side.  We probably all have one thing we could try to do … Continue reading

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One Great Thing — From “Diabetic Diva”

Tuesday’s Prompt: Living with diabetes (or caring for someone who lives with it) sure does take a lot of work, and it’s easy to be hard on ourselves if we aren’t “perfect”.  But today it’s time to give ourselves some … Continue reading

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One Great Thing — From Educator Nora Saul

This editorial is by Nora Saul, M.S., R.D., C.D.E., Manager of Nutritional Services at Joslin As an educator who has met with hundreds of patients over the years, I have a unique opportunity to have witnessed greatness in the making.  … Continue reading

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