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Safe Air Travel with Diabetes

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With Memorial Day weekend coming up, many people across the country will begin planning their summer vacations (if not already). However, for people living with diabetes, there is often a lot more preparation involved, from packing extra medications and supplies to securing doctors’ notes. Continue reading

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Have Diabetes, Will Travel!

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Join Our #DTravel Twitter Chat – May 8 at 1 p.m. ET!

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UPDATE: Click here for a summary of this #DTravel Twitter chat.   Summer travel season is almost here! Wherever you go, your diabetes comes with you. Traveling with diabetes has its challenges, but if you know your rights and plan … Continue reading

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Taking Diabetes on Vacation

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Summer’s in full swing now, which means so is vacation season. Beaches, road trips, spending time with family—it’s a time to kick back and leave all your cares behind. The last thing you want to worry about is your diabetes. … Continue reading

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Take a Guess: What Are the Most-Asked Questions about Diabetes?

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While every person who contacts our Center for Information and Community Support has a unique situation, we do see patterns among the questions that we get every day. Here are some of the most popular questions and answers—because, chances are, they have crossed your mind too. Continue reading

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The Go-To Guide

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There’s a new and updated edition of the American Diabetes Association Complete Guide to Diabetes out! My parents gave me the 2nd edition when I was diagnosed. I’m sure the 3rd and 4th editions each went through their updates and changes, but when I picked up the new 5th edition recently, I can hardly recognize it. The layout has changed, there’s more information on health care systems, insurance and men’s and women’s health – the book has a completely different look and feel. Continue reading

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Award-Winning and Diabetes-Friendly Mediterranean Meals

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Back in November, a friend and I made a “Mediterranean Thanksgiving” using The Mediterranean Diabetes Cookbook. Later, I chatted with the author, Amy Riolo, about her book, her culinary experiences all around the world and her connection to diabetes. I thought her cookbook was great, so I used it again for a potluck evening with friends. Right then, I should have realized that I wasn’t the only one appreciating the great stuff in Amy’s cookbook. It turns out, the Nautilus Book Awards took notice, too! Continue reading

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