Can you believe it? It's the LOOP's first blogaversary already! And, of course, we couldn't have done it without you, our readers. Thank you!
It seems like just yesterday we were nervously hovering over the "publish" button for the first time, asking ourselves things like:
"Is this first post okay?" "Will anyone read it?" "Can we
I am so excited to introduce you to our newest guest blogger, Meri Schuhmacher from Our Diabetic Life. With four wonderful boys (three with diabetes), she's an incredibly busy D-Mom who still always manages to find the time and warmth to support and encourage others in the diabetes community. She was one of the
Have you met Karen Graffeo? You may know her from her blog Bitter~Sweet or her work with her local chapter of JDRF (if you live in New England) or from the very successful Diabetes Blog Week, which Karen created and now organizes each May. We love Karen's positive attitude about life and diabetes (even
As I am sure you already know, there are long-term complications associated with diabetes and the goal of effective diabetes management is to prevent these complications from developing. The most common long-term complication is heart disease, also called coronary artery disease and abbreviated as CAD.
It's that time again?the three-month check-in/check-up at the doctor's office. Time to get everything together: logbook, refills needed, questions or concerns jotted down.
The part I used to dread was the most was the logbook part. Making sure I had the right cables for the right devices, uploading three devices (meter, pump and CGM) and