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Book Offers Advice on Living and Loving With Diabetes

| Jan 1, 2005

Hot off the presses and in time for the holiday comes “The Secrets of Living and Loving With Diabetes: Three Experts Answer Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask.”

Authors Janis Roszler, RD, CDE, LD/N, William H. Polonsky, PhD, CDE, and Steven V. Edelman, MD, bring an open-minded and humorous approach to their discussion of the most intimate issues that concern people with diabetes.

“The Secrets of Living and Loving With Diabetes” (Surrey Books) uses personal anecdotes, questionnaires, expert advice, current medical information and skill-building exercises. The book offers advice for type 1s and 2s on how to handle personal, professional and social situations in which self-diabetes care can be compromised.

“The Secrets of Living and Loving With Diabetes” is available from and at bookstores nationwide.

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