The ADA Scientific Sessions: The Day After

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I think I’m going through some sort of withdrawal after attending the American Diabetes Association’s Scientific Sessions this past week in Philadelphia. It was five whirlwind days of product demonstrations, scientific talks, happy hours, meeting other members of the DOC, … Read more

ADA Scientific Sessions – Live Update – Day 3

ADA Scientific Sessions – Live Update – Day 3

I’m live-blogging from the 2012 ADA Scientific Sessions in Philadelphia. Here’s coverage from Day 1 and Day 2, including an update on Tandem Diabetes Care’s new t:slim insulin pump, the progress with anti-CD3 antibody/teplizumab trials, the ongoing controversy over LADA, … Read more

ADA Scientific Sessions – Live Update – Day 2

ADA Scientific Sessions – Live Update – Day 2

I’m at the 2012 ADA Scientific Sessions and am keeping a live blog about my experiences (here’s a link to my day 1 coverage of the ADA scientific sessions). I’m also tweeting about from at catherine_price, at hashtag #ADA2012.  Included … Read more

ADA Scientific Sessions 2012 – Live Updates – Day 1

ADA Scientific Sessions 2012 – Live Updates – Day 1

Today marks the start of the 2012 American Diabetes Association (ADA) Scientific Sessions, being held this year in Philadelphia. I’ll be heading over there later today to check out what’s going on and live-blogging my experience (and sending Twitter updates … Read more

Diabetes and an Irregular Schedule: What’s a Girl to Do?

Diabetes and an Irregular Schedule: What’s a Girl to Do?

Diabetes is a disease that thrives on routine: the more consistent your schedule is, the easier it will be to manage your blood sugar. Okay, so “thrives” is a strong verb to use here, but you know what I mean … Read more

A Whole LADA Confusion

A Whole LADA Confusion

I attended the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists’ annual meeting yesterday, the same folks who recommend that people with diabetes maintain a HbA1c of less than 6.5%.  Held in the Pennsylvania Convention Center in downtown Philadelphia, it is an extravaganza … Read more

Morning Exercise and Type 1 Diabetes

Morning Exercise and Type 1 Diabetes

When you’ve got Type 1 diabetes, figuring out when and how to exercise takes a lot more effort than simply carving out time from a busy day. You need to ask yourself  how long it’ll have been since you’ve eaten, … Read more

Diabetes Blog Week: What I’d Tell The World

Diabetes Blog Week: What I’d Tell The World

As Jess points out, today’s topic for Diabetes Blog Week is: “What is one thing you would tell someone who doesn’t have diabetes about living with diabetes?” I’ve written before about the impact that diabetes has had on the way I think … Read more

Diabetes Blog Week Day 3: One Thing I Can Improve

Diabetes Blog Week Day 3: One Thing I Can Improve

  Subheading for this blog post: Bird Poop, Cat Pee, Dog Drool and Other Challenges    It’s Diabetes Blog Week, day three!  Today’s topic is “one thing I can improve.”  This is an easy one for me: exercise.  I do … Read more

Has Diabetes Made Me a Control Freak?

Has Diabetes Made Me a Control Freak?

Okay, so let me clarify something: I’m a perfectionist with Type 1 diabetes. Of course I’m a control freak. But I’ve started to wonder whether my hypervigilance with diabetes care may have begun to bleed, if you will, into other areas … Read more

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