I used this meter. And now it’s in a museum because it’s that effing old.
On Thursday, May 8, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET, the American Diabetes Association will hold a special Twitter chat on travel rights and tips for people with diabetes. This is a chance to learn about packing diabetes supplies, preparing for airport screenings, resolving common travel issues and more. Katharine Gordon, Director of the Association’s Legal Advocate Program, will be online to tweet and answer your questions live. Click here for more details.
“And I get mad because I just perpetuated the cycle of this god damned unfinished project. Like, can’t I just nail this one down? I’m really trying, here! I got a new Endo like a big girl, I check my blood sugar like, 6 times a day, and I run many miles many times a week. Can’t that just be enough?” Talking about efforts made, and appreciating them, on The Sugars.
Will you be in the Washington, DC area on June 7th? Join the TCOYD team for a Saturday conference that can help realign your diabetes chakras. (I don’t even know what that means.)
Stable and pump-able glucagon makes for an artificial pancreas I’d feel comfortable wearing. Check out this press release from Xeris for an update on that mission.
Are you a Carb King … or Queen? Integrated Diabetes wants you to test your knowledge, highlight your strengths, and find out your weaknesses. Take this Carb Quiz!
“here was a time when i felt lost and alone. thanks to DHF and all of you, that time is behind me. and should it ever find me again, i know exactly where to turn to find my way back home.” Heather pens a gorgeous farewell to her job, and her family, at Diabetes Hands Foundation.
Seems like I’m not the only one who misses Mitch Hedberg. Great story involving something you’d never need to prove you purchased.
“And when he quit me, I missed him. I missed him for all the things he used to do for me because some of them I had to do for myself.” This is absolutely awesome. “We had a good thing.”