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Diabetes Health Celebrates Its Best

In honor of National Diabetes Month, we welcome you to Diabetes Health’s “Best-Of” issue.

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What I Eat When I’m On the Road

I have two teenagers! If you’re a parent of a teenager, you know why I used the exclamation point. Everything is changing fast in their world, and I try to keep up.

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In Her Own Words

As I get older, I get more calls from friends and family members telling me about their recent diabetes diagnosis. A little over a year ago, my first cousin Jeannie called to announce her inclusion in the growing type 2 club.

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Always A Work in Progress

On the front cover of this issue, you may have noticed something different—our new masthead. To reflect our ever-evolving growth and our goal of helping those with diabetes stay healthy, our new design places equal emphasis on both diabetes and health. It also gives us a more unified and identifiable image that ties together all of our publications.

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Diabetics on Top of the World

We all knew that he would do it sooner or later, and now he has. Will Cross became the first American with diabetes to summit Mount Everest—the highest point on earth. Cross, a 39-year-old father of six from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, made it to the 29,035-foot summit of Mount Everest on May 23, 2006.

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Type 1s Are The Idol to Millions

In recent history, can you think of a more popular television show than “American Idol”?

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New Long-Acting Insulin Now Available

My life depends entirely on getting little squirts of insulin into my bloodstream on a regular basis. Too little, and high blood glucose hijacks my moods—tired and cranky are the watchwords here. Too much insulin makes my BGs plummet—and shakiness and confusion take over until I eat something containing sugar.

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And Now for Something Completely Different

Some things I remember very clearly. Like the moment the doctor told me that I had to take injections for the rest of my life. This news bothered me horribly. But what if he had told me I could inhale the insulin instead? I would have been on cloud nine.

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Finding a Friend

Have you ever thought, “No one understands me or my problems”? You felt alone. You felt overwhelmed. You struggled intensely.

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Good Decisions for People With Diabetes?

“I’ve been taking insulin for 31 years.” People always gawk at me when I divulge this. “But you look so healthy,” they reply.

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