“It’s not just a numbers game.” “It is in the healing that we are healed.” “There is nothing that is going to stop me.” “We’ve earned the right to complain.” These are just some of the comments heard on this past Monday’s DSMA Live: ‘Rents when Joe Soloweijczyk joined Bennet and myself to talk about
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We are looking for hosts for Diabetes Community Advocacy Foundation 24 hour World Diabetes Day Twitter chat, which will take place on November 14, 2014. If you or your organization is interested in hosting an hour, please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include WDD Chat 2014 in the subject line. I will be sending emails
Last month, on July 21st, the DSMA Wednesday evening twitter chat celebrated it’s 4th anniversary! We’ve talked about a lot of diabetes-related topics, but there always seems to be more to discuss. With that in mind, let’s look back to our chat from July 16th and give some DSMA feedback. We’d like to know .
There are plenty of things about life with diabetes that are challenging. So last month we decided to explore which one thing we’d change if we had the chance. Here is what you’d change and why . . . . After a lot of thought, Lady Imp decided she’d have insurance companies let patients decide
The July blog carnival topic is a simple, yet interesting one. I could take this in many directions: We usually talk about how we deal with different aspects of diabetes, or things that would help us deal with those aspects. This month let’s change things up a bit. We’re going to revisit a question from