Category Archives: Diabetes Research

Riding the Waves with Sugar Surfing

Did I ever mention I organized a┬áSugar Surfing workshop for Dr. Stephen Ponder? No? Okay, well, let me┬ástart at the beginning. I started following the Sugar Surfing page a couple of years ago (like most things, I have no idea … Continue reading

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Diabetic Living + TCOYD Recap

This weekend I drove down to Des Moines, Iowa for the TCOYD conference and for a meeting at the offices of Diabetic Living, one of the magazines I write for (I’m in their current Fall 2014 issue!). When I arrived … Continue reading

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Twosday Tidbits

First: I attended the American Diabetes Association’s Scientific Sessions last week on behalf of Insulin Nation, and my write-up of what I learned is now online! Second: In case you missed my announcement on Twitter or on my other blog, … Continue reading

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JDRF Government Day

A couple of years ago, I was lucky enough to be invited to attend JDRF’s Government Day in Washington D.C. as a panelist for their session on social media. Not only did I get to speak to dozens of committed … Continue reading

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How To Participate In A Clinical Trial

When I asked you, my lovely readers, to send me feedback, one comment I received requested a post on clinical trials. Well, your wish is my command! I’d like to introduce you to Molly McElwee Malloy, a Clinical Trial Coordinator … Continue reading

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An Evening with Dr. Richard Insel

Last Monday evening, my husband and I attended the annual Research Update through my local JDRF Chapter. The reason I’m so belated in updating this blog is that I kept misplacing my notes! But I found them and now sit … Continue reading

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