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Help PWD in the Gulf Coast

HurricaneIsaac slammed into the United States leaving behind a land of ruin and devastation. A while ago I reached out to the LIONs Club International Foundation(a service organization that helps those in need and also has diabetes as a priority)(LCIF).The LIONs have boots-on-the-ground around the world and the idea was that if there was ever […]

Ginger Vieira

Ginger Vieira of Living In ProgressType 1 Diabetes Type 1 Diabetes & Celiac. Author Your Diabetes Science Experiment. Health Coach. Vlogger. dLife.com Community Leader. Record-setting powerlifter. Living In Progress Ginger Vieira has lived with Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac for 12+ years. She is a cognitive-based health coach at www.Living-in-Progress.com and prominent video blogger. The […]

Four of our Advocates, featured on Health.com

Four of our Advocates were featured on Health.com; Amy, Karen, Kerri and Riva. Check it out here! What its called:Diabetes Mine Who its for: The insulin user interested in life with diabetes and larger issues affecting the community. Why we like it: This eclectic blog features guest posts from doctors and other experts and has […]

Eating Disorders and Diabetes

Eating Disorders and Diabetes Eating disorders are common, but despite the serious health consequences associated with them, people are reluctant to discuss them. It is no surprise that those with diabetes are more susceptible to developing eating disorders because managing diabetes requires patients to be vigilant about dietary management. Thankfully, efforts are being made to […]

diaTribe

Kelly Close of diaTribeType 1 Diabetes Research and product news for people with Diabetes. diaTribe diaTribe is an e-newsletter for people eager to learn more about better managing Diabetes. Here at diaTribe, we attend all the conferences, read all the reports and articles and cut through the clutter to give you up-to-date news and opinion […]

Diabetes Sisters

Brandy Barnes of Diabetes SistersType 1 Diabetes, 1990 We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the health and quality of life of women with and at risk of developing Diabetes. Diabetes Sisters Brandy Barnes, MSW is the Founder/CEO of Diabetes Sisters. She was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 1990 as […]

DiabetesMine

Amy Tenderich of DiabetesMineType 1.5 Diabetes (LADA), May 2003 Type 1 journalist, author & advocate with a quirky personality. Amys editor-in-chief of DiabetesMine.com, sometimes called The NY Times of Diabetes. DiabetesMine Amy Tenderich is a journalist / patient blogger who started DiabetesMine.com after her diagnosis with Type 1 diabetes in 2003. Her site has become […]

Diabetes Hands Foundation

Manny and Andreina of Diabetes Hands FoundationManny; Type 1 Diabetes, October 2002 Connecting people touched by Diabetes, offering support and information and raising awareness through programs like Big Blue Test and No-Sugar Added Poetry. Diabetes Hands Foundation The Diabetes Hands Foundation (DHF) is a 501(c)(3)nonprofit organization that connects people touched by Diabetes and raises Diabetes […]

Diabetes Daily

David and Elizabeth Edelman of Diabetes DailyElizabeth; Type 1 Diabetes, February 2005 Diabetes Daily is an online support network and educational platform that helps people with Diabetes live a better life. Diabetes Daily Diabetes Daily is an online support network and educational platform that helps people with Diabetes live a better life. Diabetes Daily features […]

Diabetes Social Media Advocacy

Cherise Shockley of Diabetes Social Media AdvocacyType 1.5 Diabetes (LADA), June 2004 Twitter Chat/BlogTalk Radio: Simple questions, thought provoking responses, strengthening the Diabetes Community one tweet and episode at a time. Diabetes Social Media Advocacy Diabetes Social Media Advocacy (DSMA) connects, support, and educates people living with Diabetes by encouraging open and meaningful discussion of […]