Category Archives: Blog

Emergency Evacuations and Diabetes Management

It was a 2017 replay of Hurricane Matthew with Hurricane Irma, this year, triggering our Governor’s order of a mandatory evacuation for our area of South Carolina. Planning is always important for effective diabetes...
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Thoughts About Blood Sugar Monitoring

I read a great article recently that included blood glucose testing, but parts of the article really bother me.  While the article was essentially about whether health tracking is useful with all of the new apps available for users, one angle...
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It’s Diabetes Awareness Day – March 22, 2016

With more than 21 million people diagnosed with diabetes, most likely you know someone who has diabetes. The CDC reports fourteen adults are diagnosed with diabetes every 5 minutes. But, you also may have a relative, friend, or acquaintance that falls into the pocket of the estimated 8 million people who have diabetes that is...
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Two Thumbs Up for “The Complete Diabetes Organizer”

As I hope you’ve noticed, I’ve managed to keep DiabetesEveryDay.com free of advertising, the idea being that whenever I endorse or recommend a product you’ll know it’s coming straight from me without any financial influence. And, having the dual personality- person with diabetes and...
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