• Me and My A1C?

    If you live with diabetes, you are likely familiar with having your A1C checked – the common blood test that is used both to diagnose type 1 or type 2 diabetes and also to gauge […]

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  • In Their Own Words: Celebrating Super Spouses

    In Their Own Words: Celebrating Super Spouses

    Happily ever after… diabetes? Couples who have been married or in a romantic relationship for a number of years have likely overcome some financial, family, or health issues. Diabetes, whether type 1 or type 2, […]

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  • This Is World Diabetes Day

    This Is World Diabetes Day

    Imagine cable news interrupting regularly scheduled programming with breaking news that nearly 30 million Americans—almost 10 percent of the population—have been discovered to have a disease and 86 million more are at risk. We’d quickly […]

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  • “This Is My Miracle. This Is Diabetes.”

    “This Is My Miracle. This Is Diabetes.”

    When Julie was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes during her senior year in college, it changed everything. She thought her boyfriend would break up with her, but he didn’t. Now happily married, they’ve been together […]

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  • The DX Exclusive Recipe: Birthday “Cake” and Banana-Oat Chocolate Chip Bars

    The DX Exclusive Recipe: Birthday “Cake” and Banana-Oat Chocolate Chip Bars

    A loved one’s birthday is approaching … If you or a family member lives with diabetes, you may be stumped for what to do about a birthday cake. Blowing out the candles may be a […]

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  • In Their Own Words: Joslin Medalists

    In Their Own Words: Joslin Medalists

    Have you or a loved one lived with insulin-dependent diabetes for more than 25 years? American diabetes treatment pioneer Dr. Elliott P. Joslin (1869 – 1962) believed that proper self-management was key to longevity for […]

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  • “This Is My New Math. This Is Diabetes.”

    “This Is My New Math. This Is Diabetes.”

    Siani looks like a typical college student. She goes to the campus dining hall for breakfast, takes classes in Business Administration during the day and dances with her friends at parties in the evening. What […]

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  • In Their Own Words: Why They Volunteer

    In Their Own Words: Why They Volunteer

    Have you ever volunteered or thought about volunteering for a cause you’re passionate about? Whether participating in an annual awareness/fundraising event or putting in time every week with their organization of choice, these advocates share […]

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  • Diabetes in the Workplace

    Diabetes in the Workplace

    For most people, getting and keeping one or more part-time or full-time jobs is a fact of life. By some estimates, a person may spend as much as 30 percent of their life on the […]

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  • Focus on Men’s Health

    Do the men in your life refuse to ask for directions if they get lost? It’s an old stereotype. Nowadays, they likely don’t have to; they can use a GPS to help them get back […]

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