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  • DIABETES MINE  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Diabetes Design Challenge: Some Innovative Runners Up
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] X = Creativity + Diabetes
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] So Why Do They Call It “Labor Day”?
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Diabetes, 24/7
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] No Sugar Added: Coping with Diabetes in Prose
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Motivation That Works: Clinical Threat or Soulful Serenade?
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Wakin' Up In Vegas! (BlogWorld Expo)
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Which is Scarier, Halloween or Diabetes?
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Watch This Video!! etc.
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Introducing: OurDiabetesMemorial.com
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] World Diabetes Day: Eye Candy
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Rwanda and Type-1 University Winners!
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES MINE  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Famous First Words…
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • DIABETES1  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] Lexicon Initiates Phase 2 Clinical Trial of LX4211 in Patients.
    Treatment Plan: Diabetes Medications More about avoiding hypoglycemia; about glucagon (a treatment for if you pass out).
  • JOSLIN DIABETES CENTER  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2012
    [Hypoglycemia] Diabetes Pump Dictionary
    They prevent you from giving a bolus or programming a basal rate that is so large that it is likely to cause significant hypoglycemia. All the lingo of a pump can be overwhelming. Temporary basal, extended bolus, combo bolus, insulin on board, max basal and bolus. So here is a pump-dictionary, to help you sort through the jargon. Basal insulin is small amounts of insulin given by the pump over a 24-hour period in order to suppress glucose coming from the liver.
  • JOSLIN DIABETES CENTER  |  MONDAY, MARCH 9, 2015
    [Hypoglycemia] Web-Based Weight Loss for New Moms with Recent Gestational Diabetes
    Women with gestational diabetes are at increased risk for pregnancy and delivery complications including larger than average birth weight, neonatal hypoglycemia, and cesarean delivery. There’s a new online weight loss program for new mothers who had gestational diabetes. ray ban outlet. Researchers at Joslin and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have teamed up to create a breakthrough healthy lifestyle program to help women with recent gestational diabetes lose weight after pregnancy.
  • LEMONADE LIFE  |  TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2011
    [Hypoglycemia] {Guest Post} Diabetic and Unemployed.
    The unemployed diabetic, aka Me, worries about how they will feed themselves, where they will live, finding a job, making sure the job has health insurance benefits, paying for test strips (usually around $1 per strip, times at least 4 to 8 per day…), paying for insulin, paying for pump supplies, and some of us use a continuous glucose monitor, which may seem like an unnecessary luxury to some, but for people with hypoglycemia awareness, it’s a lifesaving device.
  • TO BE SUGARFREE  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Black Ops
    Skip to content A Consequence of Hypoglycemia. What good is an incurable disease if you can’t share it with the rest of the world. Home About Origin Story Blogroll Black Ops September 3, 2010 tags: Black Ops , Call of Duty , Treyarch , Video Games by Christopher This time last year, the Talking About Games community was flourishing in Call of Duty awesomeness. It seemed like every night there were a handful of us joining up for a multiplayer session.
  • TO BE SUGARFREE  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] California Knows How to Party
    Skip to content A Consequence of Hypoglycemia. What good is an incurable disease if you can’t share it with the rest of the world. Home About Origin Story Blogroll California Knows How to Party October 5, 2010 tags: Awesome , Diabetes , Family , Shenanigans by Christopher If you were following the hi-jinks on the Twitters, then you know that this past weekend was the 20th anniversary of George Simmons’ diagnosis of type 1 diabetes.
  • TO BE SUGARFREE  |  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Six Point One
    Skip to content A Consequence of Hypoglycemia. What good is an incurable disease if you can’t share it with the rest of the world. Home About Origin Story Blogroll Six Point One October 8, 2010 tags: A1c , Control , dexcom , Diabetes by Christopher With all the hullaballo coming out of California and the whole No D-Day thing yesterday, I kinda forgot to update the three of you charting my progress on my latest adventures with Not House.
  • TO BE SUGARFREE  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] In Search of Insulin Pen Pocket Protectors « A Consequence of.
    Skip to content A Consequence of Hypoglycemia. What good is an incurable disease if you can’t share it with the rest of the world. Home About Origin Story Blogroll In Search of Insulin Pen Pocket Protectors December 6, 2010 tags: Control , Diabetes , insulin pens , Shenanigans by Christopher While my insulin therapy isn’t anything monumental or ground-breaking, it feels relatively unique within my circle of diabetes co-conspirators.
  • DLIFE  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Blondie
    I wonder how many times she saved his life during bouts of severe hypoglycemia. Log-In | Join Now | Sitemap EMAIL TEXT SIZE FOR YOUR DIABETES LIFE!
  • DIABETIC DAILY  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] WE are bigger than Oprah
    K2-diabetesaliciousness Mushroom and Roses Ninjabetic Ninnifur ScottieJ ShakenStirredStanding Sixuntilme Stickysweetdiabetics’ Weblog Sugabetic The Big “D&# TheButterCompartment A Consequence of Hypoglycemia Recent Entries I am honored Looking forward to 2011 Quit Breaking my Heart California Dreaming Vlog: DSMA Live After Halloween.
  • DIABETIC DAILY  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Compression stockings, Anyone?
    K2-diabetesaliciousness Mushroom and Roses Ninjabetic Ninnifur ScottieJ ShakenStirredStanding Sixuntilme Stickysweetdiabetics’ Weblog Sugabetic The Big “D&# TheButterCompartment A Consequence of Hypoglycemia Recent Entries I am honored Looking forward to 2011 Quit Breaking my Heart California Dreaming Vlog: DSMA Live After Halloween.
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  MONDAY, MARCH 29, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Crazy Week
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Monday, March 29, 2010 Crazy Week How do you spell insane? D-I-A-B-E-T-E-S! The last week has been insane for me and Im so ready to give in.
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  THURSDAY, JULY 15, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] You've Come A Long Way Baby!
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Thursday, July 15, 2010 Youve Come A Long Way Baby! July 15, 2008 Laying in PICU and in DKA. You were VERY sick! 2010** Youve some a LONGGGGG way baby!!!
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Smith's Medical/Cozmo, If you happen to read this after you get.
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16.
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] MRI Update
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Friday, August 20, 2010 MRI Update Ive been MIA the last week because I havent been able to bring myself to blog about whats going on.
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] How Do You Spell Relief?
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Tuesday, August 31, 2010 How Do You Spell Relief? Yesterday was the big visit up at VCU Medical Center. It took us about an hour and a half to get there.
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Kacey's Surgery
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Friday, September 17, 2010 Kaceys Surgery Now that things have calmed down a bit, I think I can finally blog about everything.
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] 6th Annual D-Blog Day
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Tuesday, November 9, 2010 6th Annual D-Blog Day Happy D-Blog Day! This year’s topic is: 6 things you want people to know about diabetes.
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Needing Some Help!
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Wednesday, November 17, 2010 Needing Some Help! Kacey went back to school this morning after being out yesterday because of a bad D-day.
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Happy Thanksgiving
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Thursday, November 25, 2010 Happy Thanksgiving HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU ALL! I just wanted to take a moment to wish you all a very happy holiday!
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] D-Report Card
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Wednesday, December 15, 2010 D-Report Card Today was Kaceys Endo appointment and the D-report card results are in! Shes back up to a 8.6% Can you say.YUK!
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Excitement! Excitement!
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Thursday, December 30, 2010 Excitement! Excitement!
  • DIABETES SWEETIES  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2011
    [Hypoglycemia] Good News
    About Me Jill This blog is for me to share my experiences as the mother parenting a daughter living with Type 1 diabetes and a daughter living with hypoglycemia and asthma. My other daughter, Kayleigh, was diagnosed with asthma in 1996 at the age of 2 and hypoglycemia on 12-1-2010 at the age of 16. skip to main | skip to sidebar Tuesday, January 4, 2011 Good News Whew! The new year has been quite a busy one!
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] Scott's Web Log: Smarties®: Revisited
    worth, more on that later) as a far more price-effective treatment for hypoglycemia. The first time around, when I tried to get my last bulk-order of Smarties that candy wasnt automatically considered by IRS rules to be a reimbursable expense even when used to treat a medical condition (hypoglycemia). Scotts Web Log 40, consultant, writer, speaker, brother, son, friend, partner, diabetic, former pumper, thinker, dreamer.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Scott's Web Log: Wednesday Three: News Worthy of Sharing
    According to Professor Bob Elliott, Medical Director and one of LCTs founders, early results from the clinical trial, which began in October 2009, showed that the cell implants eliminated hypoglycemia unawareness in one of the trial participants -- a complication that occurs in as many as 2 in 10 people with long-term type 1 diabetes, and can be fatal. Scotts Web Log 40, consultant, writer, speaker, brother, son, friend, partner, diabetic, former pumper, thinker, dreamer.
  • DIABETESMINE  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Insulin Pump Manufacture is Complicated, But Making (iPhone) Strides
    To wit – the Veo is approved in the EU and we’re said to be still two years away in the US, where so many patients would be helped by a device that could reduce severe hypoglycemia. Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0
  • DIABETES MINE  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Dr. Bernstein and “Participatory Medicine”
    He may have been the first to realize that using these readings to adjust insulin doses, patients could actually make an impact on their own BG levels, and decrease the likelihood of dangerous lows (hypoglycemia). Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0
  • DIABETES MINE  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] New Airport TSA Screening and Insulin Pumps
    Home Diabetes Essentials Personal Stories Products Food D-News Examined Health 2.0 Books & Resources Fun Stuff Marketplace Recent Posts Small But Mighty: Paying It Forward with Graphic Design Announcing: DiabetesMine Teams with Alliance Health Snappy Comebacks for Parents of Diabetic Kids (Or…) On Complications: The 411 on Diabetic Eyes Much Ado About Environmental Chemicals & Diabetes In Case of Emergency: Good D-Scouts Are Prepared Just How Hot Are We for Inhalable Insulin?
  • BLOGGING DIABETES  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] Interview of Mom With Twins Having Type 1 Diabetes
    Kim: Haven’t had any real hyperglycemic events but battle hypoglycemia pretty regularly. I am happy to bring you this interview after being fascinated by Kim’s story. I would like to extend my appreciation and thanks to Kim who happily agreed to be interviewed in an effort to help others through her story and insights. Blogging Diabetes: How old are your twins when were they diagnosed with diabetes?
  • D-MOM  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011
    [Hypoglycemia] Draft FDA Artificial Pancreas Guidance
    They will allow the millions of Americans with T1D to maintain tighter control of blood glucose levels, thus significantly reducing the risk of both high blood sugar (hyperglycemia), which can cause long-term complications including heart disease, blindness and stroke, and low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), which can be life-threatening. Today there was some news about the artificial pancreas. I haven’t digested it all yet, but thought you might like to read up.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] Carb Management Good for Everyone, FDA Budget & Organization Issues
    Many people without diabetes have reactive hypoglycemia caused by the insulin surge that the carb consumption causes. First, people with diabetes are regularly told that they should try to manage their consumption of carbohydrates, particularly highly-refined carbs like sugar, refined white flour, potatoes, rice and other foods that cause a rapid rise in blood glucose levels. The reasons differ, depending on what type of diabetes a person has.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008
    [Hypoglycemia] Innocent Until Proven Guilty
    Many patients switched to synthetic but still complain about unstable blood glucose levels, inconsistent insulin-to-carb ratios needed, loss of hypoglycemia symptoms, weight gain, and a whole host of other issues. The other day, I did a post about some new research that clarified the distinction between type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2006
    [Hypoglycemia] 2005 Wrap-Up and Outlook for 2006
    While it is unclear at present whether INGAP will itself ever become a treatment for people with type 1 diabetes, the knowledge gained from islet regeneration will nevertheless prove extremely valuable (for such fields as islet transplantation or to restore faulty hypoglycemia counterregulation for patients with type 1 diabetes) regardless of whether it works as a stand-alone treatment for type 1 diabetes. Happy New Year!
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] Seitsemän for Tuesday
    Along those lines, I will dispute anyone's claims that wearing an insulin pump is a liberating experience, virtually eliminates hypoglycemia, or offers the best in care available to treat type 1 diabetes available, and I have the experience necessary to make such an assessment. I know that Chrissie tagged me for the seven meme, and maybe Gina (then again, it may have been Scott Johnson , but either way, I'm doomed!), and finally, Khürt tagged me, too. Whenever I think of seven.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2006
    [Hypoglycemia] The Business of Diabetes: Recent Comments from Wall Street
    lbs vs. placebo, both doses were well tolerated with mild nausea being the most common adverse event, no severe hypoglycemia was reported). This is my inaugural posting for what I am calling postings on the "Business of Diabetes". Many companies that sell their products and treatments to serve patients with diabetes are publicly held firms, therefore Wall Street expects regular updates from management on the state of affairs.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] Why Nonprofits Fund For-Profit Companies Doing Drug Research
    If it were to apply for FDA approval using today's standards for adverse effects, it would probably not even be approved because insulin is responsible for so many hospitalizations due to nasty side-effects like hypoglycemia (some 58,000 per year according to the Journal of the American Medical Association -- more than any other drug sold). An interesting article appeared in last week's Wall Street Journal on the role that non-profits are taking in drug development.
  • MY SON HAS DIABETES  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2006
    [Hypoglycemia] ADA update and pump malfunctions (yes, that's plural)
    As you know, one of the greatest short-term dangers for people with insulin-dependent diabetes is hypoglycemia. First things first, I have been meaning to update everyone on what was happening regarding my concerns with the ADA, but just haven’t found the time. Nicole got the ball rolling for me a few weeks back be emailing someone she knew. This person in turn forwarded that email to a very nice gentleman who works for the ADA. I’ll call him Mr. T.
  • MEANDERINGS  |  TUESDAY, MAY 11, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Making the Low Go?
    A Consequence of Hypoglycemia. skip to main | skip to sidebar meanderings an aimless amble on a winding course Tuesday, May 11, 2010 Making the Low Go? Making the low go. Tell us about your favorite way to treat a low. Juice? Glucose tabs? Secret candy stash? What’s your favorite thing to indulge in when you are low? What do you find brings your blood sugar up fast without spiking it too high? This one is difficult as - I havent seen a low in several days! Not even a near low!
  • MANAGING THE SWEETNESS WITHIN  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] It's The Hormones, Duh
    I don't have diabetes but I did have some issues with reactive hypoglycemia that ultimately resolved either as a result of having a baseball-sized ovarian tumor (benign thankfully) removed or the substantial weightloss during post-op complications.my skip to main | skip to sidebar Managing the Sweetness Within Living with type 1 diabetes. Had a great kid after dealing with infertility and a medically intensive pregnancy. Now thinking about the next pregnancy attempt.
  • BLOGGING DIABETES  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] What Every Diabetic Should Know About Hot Tubs
    Passing out due to a low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) could be very dangerous. Blogging Diabetes Home On Facebook About Advertise Contact Disclaimer Welcome What Every Diabetic Should Know About Hot Tubs Posted by Tony in September 18th 2009 Like this article? Theres more where that came from. Head over here and find out why you should get our updates. Thanks for visiting!
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] Carb Management Good for Everyone, FDA Budget & Organization Issues
    Many people without diabetes have reactive hypoglycemia caused by the insulin surge that the carb consumption causes. First, people with diabetes are regularly told that they should try to manage their consumption of carbohydrates, particularly highly-refined carbs like sugar, refined white flour, potatoes, rice and other foods that cause a rapid rise in blood glucose levels. The reasons differ, depending on what type of diabetes a person has.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008
    [Hypoglycemia] Innocent Until Proven Guilty
    Many patients switched to synthetic but still complain about unstable blood glucose levels, inconsistent insulin-to-carb ratios needed, loss of hypoglycemia symptoms, weight gain, and a whole host of other issues. The other day, I did a post about some new research that clarified the distinction between type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2006
    [Hypoglycemia] 2005 Wrap-Up and Outlook for 2006
    While it is unclear at present whether INGAP will itself ever become a treatment for people with type 1 diabetes, the knowledge gained from islet regeneration will nevertheless prove extremely valuable (for such fields as islet transplantation or to restore faulty hypoglycemia counterregulation for patients with type 1 diabetes) regardless of whether it works as a stand-alone treatment for type 1 diabetes. Happy New Year!
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] Seitsemän for Tuesday
    Along those lines, I will dispute anyone's claims that wearing an insulin pump is a liberating experience, virtually eliminates hypoglycemia, or offers the best in care available to treat type 1 diabetes available, and I have the experience necessary to make such an assessment. I know that Chrissie tagged me for the seven meme, and maybe Gina (then again, it may have been Scott Johnson , but either way, I'm doomed!), and finally, Khürt tagged me, too. Whenever I think of seven.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2006
    [Hypoglycemia] The Business of Diabetes: Recent Comments from Wall Street
    lbs vs. placebo, both doses were well tolerated with mild nausea being the most common adverse event, no severe hypoglycemia was reported). This is my inaugural posting for what I am calling postings on the "Business of Diabetes". Many companies that sell their products and treatments to serve patients with diabetes are publicly held firms, therefore Wall Street expects regular updates from management on the state of affairs.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] Why Nonprofits Fund For-Profit Companies Doing Drug Research
    If it were to apply for FDA approval using today's standards for adverse effects, it would probably not even be approved because insulin is responsible for so many hospitalizations due to nasty side-effects like hypoglycemia (some 58,000 per year according to the Journal of the American Medical Association -- more than any other drug sold). An interesting article appeared in last week's Wall Street Journal on the role that non-profits are taking in drug development.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] The Business of Diabetes: Signs Suggest Lilly's Type 1 Diabetes Strategy May Be Evolving
    San Francisco has pioneered early work in this field, and clinical trials in Europe suggested that it works effectively on newly diagnosed patients, reducing their total daily dosage requirements for insulin and providing ongoing protection from hypoglycemia. Since 1923, Eli Lilly and Company's strategy for type 1 diabetes has been fixated on insulin replacement, and more recently, pushing the idea of intensified insulin therapy.
  • JOSLIN DIABETES CENTER  |  FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2016
    [Hypoglycemia] Starting Over: an iPS Cell Explainer
    Co-Director of the Joslin Advanced Genetics and Genomics Core and Director of the Hypoglycemia Clinic at Joslin Diabetes Center and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. An iPs cell. Imagine you could go back in time and become anything you wanted to be. Maybe you’d become a fireman, or an astronaut, or a doctor. Your options would be wide open. That’s what researchers have been able to do for certain cells in the body.
  • JOSLIN DIABETES CENTER  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Tell us what you'd like to know about diabetes in 2011 | Joslin.
    We’ll blog about how to recognize and treat hypoglycemia, including what kinds of fast-acting carbohydrates you can put in an emergency kit. About Joslin Contact Us Locations Careers Business Partnerships Store Joslin Diabetes Center Blog Affiliated with Harvard Medical School The worlds preeminent diabetes research and clinical care organization. Learn more.
  • LEMONADE LIFE  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2011
    [Hypoglycemia] Directions.
    Is my blood sugar high enough for me to go to the gym without crashing into hypoglycemia? Skip to content Lemonae Life Home About Allison Hire Me Media 101 Things Best of the Best 101 things that make me happy. Directions. 2011 January 4 by Allison Blass I had my quarterly endocrinologist appointment yesterday in the city. I have never enjoyed going to the endocrinologist, because it’s when I get my quarterly A1c test, which basically tells me how my diabetes management is going.
  • TO BE SUGARFREE  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Fifty
    Skip to content A Consequence of Hypoglycemia. What good is an incurable disease if you can’t share it with the rest of the world. Home About Origin Story Blogroll Fifty September 30, 2010 tags: Just Talking , Life , Podcasts , Retrospective by Christopher For those of you keeping score at home, I just released my fiftieth episode of my podcast, Just Talking , this week.
  • TO BE SUGARFREE  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Things that go Buzz (or Beep) in the Night
    Skip to content A Consequence of Hypoglycemia. What good is an incurable disease if you can’t share it with the rest of the world. Home About Origin Story Blogroll Things that go Buzz (or Beep) in the Night November 9, 2010 tags: Control , Diabetes , Life , Shenanigans by Christopher [From Dayle ] Buzz Buzzz My CGM was being persistent at 4:45 in the morning. I wanted to ignore it – couldn’t it be more polite? Shouldn’t it be? I rolled over and went back to sleep.
  • DLIFE  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] History and Hope
    Each vial differed in purity and quality, causing severe hypoglycemia and terrible rashes, calluses, and itching at the injection sights. But in the ten years after the initial discovery, companies were licensed to manufacture the drug and proteins were discovered to slow its release, creating, in essence, the first "basal" rate for people living with diabetes. Log-In | Join Now | Sitemap EMAIL TEXT SIZE FOR YOUR DIABETES LIFE!
  • CANDY HEARTS  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2012
    [Hypoglycemia] Transforming Lives - Notes
    Dr. Chase studies the use of continuous glucose monitors in youth and the development of algorithms to prevent hypoglycemia using a closed loop system and screens family members of patients with type 1 diabetes to detect those at high risk for possible participation in prevention studies. Transforming Lives: Diabetes Today and Tomorrow was an incredible outreach conference event sponsored by the JDRF Desert Southwest Chapter.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] HumaPen LUXURA™ HD: What The Hell Is Lilly Thinking?
    Important safety information for Humalog Humalog should not be used during episodes of hypoglycemia and in patients sensitive to Humalog or one of its excipients. The following press release was in today's news. While the portion about Lilly's HumaPen MEMOIR™ is old news at this point, starting in the third paragraph of this release is news pertaining to the HumaPen LUXURA™ HD , which will apparently be available by prescription starting in April 2007.
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] Evergreening Does Not Refer to Trees
    Hyper and/or hypoglycemia might be the rule every time you refill your script if you can't ensure continuity in suppliers. When most of us think of evergreen, usually images of Christmas trees come to mind (or perhaps Barbra Streisand's sappy 1977 tune "A Star Is Born", a.k.a. Evergreen").
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] The Business of Diabetes: Generex vs. MannKind, Will Either Win?
    a company that is developing an insulin that does not cause hypoglycemia as an adverse event. Earlier this week, Bennet Dunlap ( YDMV ) asked me to comment on a business story related to the debate over Generex' Oral-Lyn and MannKind's Afresa (see his post " FTNW: Oral/Inhaled Insulin "). Neither of these two products is on the market yet, but at least one opinionated writer, R.J. Steffens, posits that Generex is likely to be more successful than MannKind's Afresa. see that article here ).
  • SCOTT'S WEB LOG  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2006
    [Hypoglycemia] Irrational Exubera-nce for Exubera
    They will have to invest in a form of insulin that never causes hypoglycemia before I rush out to buy it, and I believe that SmartCells, Inc. Pfizer Q&As About Exubera As a vocal diabetes advocate, I have been surprised at how many people have asked me whether I am excited (or irrationally assumed that I would be excited) about Pfizer's recently FDA-approved inhalable insulin formulation known as Exubera.
  • MEANDERINGS  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] On the phone again
    A Consequence of Hypoglycemia. skip to main | skip to sidebar meanderings an aimless amble on a winding course Wednesday, March 3, 2010 On the phone again Happy March! Its almost spring!! Well, not here but someplace. This insurance c**p is driving me nuts, taking too, too much time and ruining my disposition (which is normally quite cheerful). My prior insurance experiences have not been anywhere near as exasperating.
  • JENNA'S PET MONKEY  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Sick of Lemonade
    I read recently that the most common cause of death in young people with diabetes is from insulin reaction, causing severe hypoglycemia. Our life with type 1 diabetes. Thursday, June 17, 2010 Sick of Lemonade I’m usually a relatively upbeat person. I don’t complain a whole lot. I try to look at the positive side to otherwise negative aspects in life. I strive to make lemonade out of all those damn lemons we all get hurled at us now and then in life.
  • JENNA'S PET MONKEY  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] How Does It Feel?
    If I knew how Jenna felt in states of hyper and hypoglycemia I might be better armed to identify the signs sooner in some instances. Our life with type 1 diabetes. Wednesday, October 6, 2010 How Does It Feel? I can socialize in type 1 circles and, for the most part, fit right in. I know the jargon; I understand the disease; I have first hand knowledge of what it takes to manage it day and night.
  • DAM DIABETES  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2007
    [Hypoglycemia] 32 years and still going strong!!
    32 years with diabetes, with only a little hypoglycemia unawareness to show for it, is a pretty DAM good reason to celebrate. Dam Diabetes Wednesday, August 15, 2007 32 years and still going strong!! 32 years ago today I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. My mom took me to my pediatrician for my “entrance to first grade&# physical. They did a urine test.
  • BLOGGING DIABETES  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Two Dilemas for Diabetes Management
    Blogging Diabetes Home On Facebook About Advertise Contact Disclaimer Welcome Two Dilemas for Diabetes Management Posted by Tony in December 14th 2010 Like this article? Theres more where that came from. Head over here and find out why you should get our updates. Thanks for visiting! Tweet Share Email Sharebar Tweet Share Email Diabetes Management Software Back in October I took the plunge and bought my first Apple computer, an iMac.
  • THE DIABETES ONLINE COMMUNITY  |  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Featured Blogger of the Week: Oct. 11-15, Post #3
    It had wires embedded in it that would detect moisture, thus triggering a very loud alarm for my parents if I ever passed out from extreme hypoglycemia again. Pages Home Want to be featured? Be Our Friend! Diabetes Bloggers The Diabetes Resource About Contact Friday, October 15, 2010 Featured Blogger of the Week: Oct. 11-15, Post #3 Featured Blogger of the Week: Oct. 11-15 Kim, Texting My Pancreas Post #3 Last night, I was reminiscing.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] CGM+Sweat = Failure
    ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel. Friday, July 30, 2010 CGM+Sweat = Failure I am not a regular CGM wearer though I wish I could be.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Is Symlin Phony?
    Ontario Paradise ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel. Wednesday, August 18, 2010 Is Symlin Phony?
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Scully-ology
    Ontario Paradise ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Adventures in Running
    Ontario Paradise ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] 6-Weeks Gluten-Free
    Ontario Paradise ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] The Monthly Monster
    Diabetes Art Day ► August (18) ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] F*O*O*D
    Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel. Tuesday, October 19, 2010 *F*O*O*D* Food. This is the post where I talk about my relationship with food. Two words that come to mind when I think about food, that is GUILT and HATE. I know, harsh words. F O O D. something as simple and life sustaining as food, gives me anxiety. Whats wrong with me?! I HATE FOOD. There, I said it. I am sick of hearing everybody close to me in my life and every single doctor tell me I dont eat enough.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] FOOD (Part 2)
    Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel. Wednesday, October 20, 2010 FOOD (Part 2) I am writing this post as a follow up to my emotionally charged post yesterday about my relationship with food. It seemed to generate a lot of in depth powerful comments. I feel the need to address some of the questions/issues that were brought up. My post yesterday was every bit true. I have hit an extremely bumpy stressful road in my life as of late and its of course effecting my ability to eat.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Medtronic Rant
    Niagara Falls International Half-Marathon ► September (12) ► August (18) ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Home Cooking Math
    Niagara Falls International Half-Marathon ► September (12) ► August (18) ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] The BAD news (Part 2)
    Niagara Falls International Half-Marathon ► September (12) ► August (18) ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel.
  • CANADIAN D-GAL  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2011
    [Hypoglycemia] Canadian D-gal: Blame What? Nothing?
    Niagara Falls International Half-Marathon ► September (12) ► August (18) ► July (20) ► June (8) Blogroll 1 Little Prick A Consequence of Hypoglycemia A Sweet Grace A Sweet Life An occasional carbohydrate imbalance Arnold and Me BETA BUDDIES Beyond Your Peripheral Vision Bitter~Sweet Blah Blah Bklyn Cs Life With D Candy Hearts Click Of The Light Dam Diabetes Day By Day With Diabetes Dear Diabetes Diabetes dramas et al. Canadian D-gal Sentimental Diabetic Drivel.
  • SEMI CHARMED LIFE  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Doctor vs. Doctor
    And no issues with hypoglycemia unawareness. skip to main | skip to sidebar Wednesday, December 15, 2010 Doctor vs. Doctor Okay, this is something that I could have gone into on my most recent rant but I was getting ramble-y already and, it really is a separate issue. Im not sure if this is a common problem in diabetic pregnancies but its been pretty frustrating for me so I thought Id put it out there and see what others experiences were.
  • YOUR DIABETES MAY VARY  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] Your Diabetes May Vary: Little Help - Can Anemia Mess Up Diabetes.
    I can find academic articles on the subject: Error Rates Resulting From Anemia can be Corrected in Multiple Commonly Used Point-of-Care Glucometers and Anemia causes hypoglycemia in intensive care unit patients due to error in single-channel glucometers: Methods of reducing patient risk. December 8, 2010 Little Help - Can Anemia Mess Up Diabetes Blood Glucose Readings? I feel like Homer Simpson asking that. Someone out there should probably hit me with dope slap upside the head.
  • D-MOM  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] The Flu (Part 2): The Emergency Department
    That’s why many Doctors argue for aggressive blood sugar control, even though it can increase the risk for hypoglycemia.) D-Mom Blog The sweet life with a diabetic child Home About About D-Mom Blog About Leighann Press and Blog Coverage Contact Blog Buttons Advertise Archives Resources Blogroll Newly Diagnosed Events and Conferences (NEW!) Diabetes Camps (NEW!)
  • THE D-LOG CABIN  |  SUNDAY, JULY 11, 2010
    [Hypoglycemia] FFL: A Prelude
    We voted on various issues,& how big of a nuisance they were in our lives/ parents of kids with diabetes lives.Nighttime hypoglycemia was a biggie,as was dawn phenomenon/breakfast spikes.Hypos post-exercise didnt seem to be an issue for this group of folks. The D-Log Cabin Monday, July 12, 2010 FFL: A Prelude Tuesday started off on a positive note,moved lock stock and barrel from the less expensive hotel (near Universal) to the gargantuan,sprawling,Marriott World Center.
  • ANNETICS  |  TUESDAY, JULY 29, 2008
    [Hypoglycemia] Vineman 70.3 or maybe 70.8
    My Triabuddy Elisa ► October (1) Blood Sugar Wrangling ► September (2) Help Put Triabetes in Lights Race Report: Lotoja 2009 ► August (1) Back to Triathlon ► July (2) Death Ride Report 2009 Hypoglycemia or Coyote? skip to main | skip to sidebar Annetics antics, musings, and observations of a 30-something woman living in Northern California, one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
  • ANNETICS  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2008
    [Hypoglycemia] Ironman Wisconsin Diabetes Race Report
    My Triabuddy Elisa ► October (1) Blood Sugar Wrangling ► September (2) Help Put Triabetes in Lights Race Report: Lotoja 2009 ► August (1) Back to Triathlon ► July (2) Death Ride Report 2009 Hypoglycemia or Coyote? skip to main | skip to sidebar Annetics antics, musings, and observations of a 30-something woman living in Northern California, one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
  • ANNETICS  |  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2008
    [Hypoglycemia] Mt. Tam Hill Climb
    My Triabuddy Elisa ► October (1) Blood Sugar Wrangling ► September (2) Help Put Triabetes in Lights Race Report: Lotoja 2009 ► August (1) Back to Triathlon ► July (2) Death Ride Report 2009 Hypoglycemia or Coyote? skip to main | skip to sidebar Annetics antics, musings, and observations of a 30-something woman living in Northern California, one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
  • ANNETICS  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] Wildflower v.6
    My Triabuddy Elisa ► October (1) Blood Sugar Wrangling ► September (2) Help Put Triabetes in Lights Race Report: Lotoja 2009 ► August (1) Back to Triathlon ► July (2) Death Ride Report 2009 Hypoglycemia or Coyote? skip to main | skip to sidebar Annetics antics, musings, and observations of a 30-something woman living in Northern California, one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
  • ANNETICS  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] Blood Sugar Wrangling
    My Triabuddy Elisa ▼ October (1) Blood Sugar Wrangling ► September (2) Help Put Triabetes in Lights Race Report: Lotoja 2009 ► August (1) Back to Triathlon ► July (2) Death Ride Report 2009 Hypoglycemia or Coyote? skip to main | skip to sidebar Annetics antics, musings, and observations of a 30-something woman living in Northern California, one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
  • ANNETICS  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] What Is Inspiration? My Triabuddy Elisa
    My Triabuddy Elisa ► October (1) Blood Sugar Wrangling ► September (2) Help Put Triabetes in Lights Race Report: Lotoja 2009 ► August (1) Back to Triathlon ► July (2) Death Ride Report 2009 Hypoglycemia or Coyote? skip to main | skip to sidebar Annetics antics, musings, and observations of a 30-something woman living in Northern California, one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
  • ANNETICS  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2009
    [Hypoglycemia] Ironman Arizona Diabetes Details
    My Triabuddy Elisa ► October (1) Blood Sugar Wrangling ► September (2) Help Put Triabetes in Lights Race Report: Lotoja 2009 ► August (1) Back to Triathlon ► July (2) Death Ride Report 2009 Hypoglycemia or Coyote? skip to main | skip to sidebar Annetics antics, musings, and observations of a 30-something woman living in Northern California, one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
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