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21 Million and Counting

To be honest with you, I only recently got used to saying “18.2 million people have diabetes”. I was stuck on telling people, “15 million have diabetes” for the longest time. In fact, I can even remember saying “13 million have diabetes” only a few years ago.

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Can we Have a Diabetic Holiday?

Remember the old song “Sleigh Ride”?

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Shouldn’t Every Month Be National Diabetes Month?

Every November, we hear about National Diabetes Month. It is the one month out of the year when the mainstream media call attention to this epidemic that is sweeping our nation.

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Trick or Treats

Come October, I immediately start thinking about Halloween and trick-or-treating with my children. I always allow myself a few chocolates—if I can get them away from my kids as we go door to door. “May I have a piece?” I ask them, sweetly. “Sure, Dad,” they say, as they let me rummage through their bulging goody bags. I choose a piece of plain chocolate, like a mini Hershey bar, or one with nuts, but I stay away from anything with caramel in it. Depending on how much I eat, I will need two to five extra units of fast-acting insulin this night.

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The Atkins Foundation Funding


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Time for a Dialogue

I lean heavily on the feedback I receive from all of you because it helps me to shape the direction of this magazine. Many times, readers alert me to debates about hot topics taking place in the diabetes community, and other times I like to start discussions myself.

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How a Diabetic Guy Trimmed Down

I have been overweight my whole life. When I was in grade school, the other kids called me “fatty.” It didn’t help that the PE teacher created an unpleasant competitive environment and didn’t teach us how to care for our bodies.

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More Feedback on Scott's Regimen

This is another letter in response to Scott King’s column that ran in the February 2005 issue (“Random Shots”).

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A Lizard’s Saliva Inspires a New Med

I love the music of Paul Simon. In his song “Senorita With a Necklace of Tears” he writes, “. . . There is a frog in South America, whose venom is a cure . . . more powerful than morphine and soothing as the rain, a frog in South America has the antidote for pain . . .” I always liked that lyric and have often wondered if it actually is true.

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What’s Up With the JDRF and Denise Faustman?

This past April 12, 2005, would have come and gone like any other day had I not seen a headline in my local paper that caught my eye:

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