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BI-Lilly Alliance Creates Formidable Drug Development Combine
Jul 17, 2014 | 
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What Type 2s Can Do When Blood Sugar Soars
Jul 16, 2014 | 
The emergency condition most type 2s dread is hypoglycemia, where plummeting blood sugar levels can bring on a dangerous semi-conscious state, and even coma or death.
After 50 years, type 1 Suzi Vietti Has Mastered Her Disease
Jul 3, 2014 | 
One thing most people who know 63-year-old Suzi Vietti should realize by now is that saying, “never” to her is like issuing a double-dog dare, and it might be one of her most detested words, given the number of times she has heard it.
Embrace It. Challenge It.
Nov 8, 2013 | 
I haven't always been forthright and expressive about diabetes. There were a solid 10 years of my disease which I kept under wraps, hidden from everyone I knew. I was afraid of everything-to push myself harder than I had ever before, to allow people into my dark corner of the world, to allow myself to believe I could become anything that I wanted to be. I let my fears hinder my development and stayed sedentary during major points in my life.
Exercise Improves Quality of Life, Study Shows
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For a happier life, it's time to get moving. According to a new study out of Great Britain, exercise provides a big boost when it comes to living with diabetes.
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