The Friday Six: Snowed In Edition.
Haven’t done one of these in a while. But the snow is falling fast outside and school was cancelled before even a snowflake had touched the ground, making a link-love post the only option … as children circle me like cute sharks.
Borrowed from the Glu Facebook page: “Glu and T1D Exchange are fighting to protect affordable health care for people in the U.S. living with chronic medical conditions. Please do your part by sending a message to Congress and the Trump administration.” Act now.
“The only good aspects of the proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act are the things it would keep from the Affordable Care Act. The rest of the bill is bad news for Americans and the future of their health.” More from A Sweet Life.
A deep dive from diaTribe about automated insulin delivery systems.
“Patient and family engaged care—going beyond tactical buzzwords” – an editorial at the BMJ.
Looking for some diabetes sisterhood this fall? There’s a DiabetesSisters conference coming to Virginia – find out more here.
Diabetes Forecast tackles adhesive allergies and efforts to increase general stickability.
And some favorite Tweets:
— Harvard Med School (@harvardmed) February 27, 2017
— Jane Espenson (@JaneEspenson) March 2, 2017
My diabetes out of pocket is the house I never owned, the savings I have never had, the end of life care I will never be able to afford.
— Maria DahvanaHeadley (@MARIADAHVANA) March 8, 2017
— The Leapfrog Group (@LeapfrogGroup) February 15, 2017