Diabetes supplies – somehow picking them up from the pharmacy is always exciting, never dull. Here’s the thing, we wish it were dull when it came to paying for these supplies. I’d like to yawn from the utter lack of excitement when I pick up my insulin, test strips, and syringes. I’d love to, but … Continue reading Diabetes Health Type 1: I Owe What?
Type 1 diabetics seem to always be living in a transitional phase. The technology we have currently is always about to be replaced with newer, better, fresher technology, It’s exciting on one hand and exhausting on the other. When I was diagnosed, the technology of the time was almost certainly going to be replaced by … Continue reading For Diabetics And Their Devices, The Present Is Never Enough
It’s spring break again, when thousands of people head to the beach. A lot of wonderful things come with being out and about on spring break, but if you have diabetes, there are also several things you should consider. There’s going to be more traffic, fewer parking places, lots of people, an abundance of uncalculated … Continue reading Spring Break With Diabetes
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