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Diabetes Basics10/20/14Living With LADAIn recognition of LADA Awareness Week, read how one woman found support in the DOC after her LADA diagnosis Via Lifestyle10/15/147 Tips For Diabetes and the Workplace A young professional living with T1 shares tips for taking diabetes to work Via A Sweet Life Diabetes Basics10/14/14Marjorie’s 15 MinutesD-blogger and artist Jennifer Jacobs honors an important part of diabetes research history Via A Sweet Life Relationships10/06/14How To Talk To A Person With Diabetes Via A Sweet Life Lifestyle10/13/1415+ Non-Candy Ideas for Halloween Via D-momFood & Nutrition10/08/14Diabetes Memory: Food Prep FlashbackA moment in the kitchen sparks a childhood memory Via diabetesdeliciousnessPeople & Celebrities10/15/14Baseball with Diabetes: A D-Mom Pitches inA d-mom shares the story of raising her professional baseball playing son Via Lifestyle10/10/14From College to Regular Life With DiabetesA recent graduate discusses transitioning into the “real world” Via Diabetesmine
Did You Know?
- There are three types of carbohydrates you should be aware of when tracking your diet: sugar, starch and fiber.– via Mayo Clinic
- There may be a link between gum disease and diabetes. That means people with diabetes should try to see the dentist regularly.– via Discuss Diabetes
- In 1916, Elliot Joslin, MD, published the first edition of The Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus. Joslin remains an internationally recognized influential voice in diabetes care.– via American Diabetes Association
- The American Diabetes Association was founded in 1940 to address the increasing incidence of the disease.– via American Diabetes Association
- Disaster preparedness takes on new meaning when you have diabetes. Make sure you have a plan in place and an emergency toolkit at hand with at least 3 days worth of your diabetes supplies.– via Discuss Diabetes