Bret Michaels is a long-time rocker with a rebellious streak who's had type 1
diabetes for 38 years. He's learned the hard way how to manage his diabetes
while walking on the wild side.
Deanna Glick explores the world of the uninsured and what's being done about it.
Our expert pharmacist gives you the straight story about vitamins and
Sugar and Sharps: We Chart Your Essential Diabetes Supplies
A comprehensive list of fast-acting glucose, plus three charts that really
get to the point: pen needles, syringes, and lancing devices.
My Own Injection
After All These Years
Bob Cleveland was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1925, just in
time to be saved by the discovery of insulin therapy. His extraordinary
life offers inspiration and encouragement to all people looking into the
future of their lives with diabetes.
Making Book: What to Read
We introduce four good books to help you live well with diabetes.
Can't Get Your Kids to Eat Right? Author Laura Plunkett tells you
how she did it. It's a style of creating transformation that anyone
can use with stubborn eaters.
How Do You Cope? A mother comes to terms with her daughter's diagnosis.
A New Kind of Diabetes: If you or your child was diagnosed with
type 1 diabetes in the first year of life, you'll want to read
about a permutation of diabetes that has nothing to do with
autoimmunity and can be managed without shots.
Types 1 & 2
Maggots May Be Your Foot Ulcer's Best Friend: They're small,
they're hungry, and they eat infected tissue. Maggots, a time-tested
weapon against infection, are receiving renewed attention for their
ability to wipe out drug-resistant bacteria.
Bariatric Surgery: Does It Cure Type 2 Diabetes? Maybe it's not
the weight loss that does the trick - maybe it's the hormones that
cause remission of type 2 diabetes after gastric bypass surgery.
What's New on the Website
From Avandia to honey salve to a policeman with a pump: Here's
a digest of the newest and coolest articles exclusively on our
Our Sex Survey Results Are In
What you always wanted to know.
Food for Thought
Salmon joins mushrooms on a skewer to make a delicious and healthy
We highlight a new disposable insulin pen and a source of off
beat medic-alert bracelets.
Up & Pumping
You responded to our pump survey in droves, and the aggregation
of your attitudes is profiled here.
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