- Jay Haapala’s Dreams Take Flight!A teen living with T1 works to become a career pilot
- Dear Diabetes: 'Best' Finger?Is there a ‘best’ finger for blood sugar testing?
- A Low-Carb Global BreakfastDiabetes-friendlier ideas from around the world
- Dear Diabetes: Diabetes and Hearing Loss?An RN looks at diabetes and the risk of hearing loss
- Coping With the Diabetes PoliceTips for helping those who want to help
Diabetes Basics08/29/14Around the D-BlogosphereA round-up of August’s noteworthy d-blog posts Via diabetesminePeople & Celebrities08/28/14Changing HabitsLaura K. touches base with d-dad Bennet Dunlap Via Health & Fitness08/27/14Cycling Training TipsA professional cyclist shares training tips for those who may participate in cycling events Via DiabetesStopshereLifestyle08/19/14Acclimating With DiabetesA new purchase reminds a d-blogger of her life with diabetes Via diabetesaliciousnessFood & Nutrition08/15/14Tips for Diabetes-Friendly MealsSeven ideas to make delicious meals while managing type 2 diabetes Via WebMDDiabetes Basics08/25/14Diabetes Adventures on Vacation A d-blogger looks back on a much-needed vacation Via A Sweet Life Food & Nutrition08/13/14Recipe: Low-Carb Butter Nut Cookies Via Diabetes Daily Diabetes Basics08/20/14The New “Truth About Stacey” Via Six Until Me
Did You Know?
- To learn about clinical trials for diabetes research, visit the National Institutes of Health's Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet (www.diabetestrialnet.org).– via National Institutes of Health
- Purdue University researchers found that people who eat almonds at breakfast – a low glycemic index food – were less likely to have spikes in blood sugar throughout the morning and after lunch.– via Institute of Food Technologists
- Strength training might be a beneficial exercise for people with Type 2 diabetes. You should speak with your healthcare provider to see if it could benefit you.– via WebMD
- Diabetes is one of the first diseases ever described; a mention of it was found on an Egyptian manuscript from c. 1500 BC.– via The Ebers Papyrus, Original research
- The American Diabetes Association was founded in 1940 to address the increasing incidence of the disease.– via American Diabetes Association