The Friday Six: Get Yer Festive On.
So many linky bits, so little time. Here's a quick Friday Six (plus ... 8?) of links you may want to check out this fine winter Friday:
In this month's diaTribe, Kelly and the Close Concerns team take a look at the state of diabetes care in Germany.
A young girl in Oregon is taking heat for wanting to bring her diabetes alert dog to school.
Does coffee help or hinder glucose processing? Either way, I'm still drinking it by the bucket-full.
Blue Cupcake is a new line of greeting cards to help mark a health milestone, and today is the last day you can get 14% off any order in honor of Diabetes Month!
Here's a video (aka, the one where I blink and nod too much) about patients and interactions with Pharma from the Pharma Digital East conference I attended last month.
What Are D-Moms Made Of? Meri answers this question in a way that will make you want to high five and hug her, at the same time.
Elf-On-The-Shelf remains a mystery to me, but the off-label uses for him/her are very ... inspiring.
The perfect marriage of my love of photography and miniatures: tilt-shift photography. Love!
An action figure of Siah would be pretty badass.
And lastly: Kim is hosting a Give All the Things! giveaway over at Texting My Pancreas! Details coming on Monday, but you can learn about the giveaway rules today.