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What Do You Know About Depression and Diabetes? Join With Us to Write the Story


Jun 7, 2007

Here at Diabetes Health, we're planning to write a primer on depression and diabetes. We want to delve into how the two intertwine, how depression impacts diabetes self-care, when to see a professional or consider drug therapy, how to talk about depression, and whether depression affects spouses of people with diabetes.

But before we start, we are coming to you, the patient experts who know the story from the inside out.

We're hoping that you will use the comments feature below to give us your insights into the complexities of depression and diabetes. Of course, you may make your comments completely anonymously, or, if you'd prefer, you may write us directly via our 'Contact Us' page. No matter how you choose to contribute, we need to hear your stories before we write our story.

So please, share your experiences and help us write an article that's the real deal. Thanks.


Categories: Depression, Diabetes, Diabetes, Type 1 Issues



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