Diabetes Community Forum - find support and connect with other people with diabetes. Join the Forum »
 
 
 

Diabetes Community Blog - Monthly Archives - June 2015

Welcome to the Diabetes Community blog the place for interesting diabetes related guest posts, news, reviews and interviews.

Mackenzie McKee’s rap song raises diabetes awareness, but isn’t very good

Published June 24, 2015
Posted in

Uncategorized

 

Diabetes awareness has just gained a powerful new ally. At the same time, rap music may have acquired its newest superstar. The lady in question is one Mackenzie McKee. You probably won’t have heard of her unless you avidly follow Teen Mom – of which McKee starred in series three – but she has ...

 

What is a “food desert”?

Published June 22, 2015
Posted in

Uncategorized

 

More than 10 per cent of the people of Maryland have type 2 diabetes, a number that has been steadily rising for years. Nearly 30 per cent are obese,[1] and heart disease rates are higher than in most of the United States. It’s no coincidence that diabetes rates have increased at the same ...

 

Dr. Elliot Proctor Joslin: The world’s first diabetes specialist

Published June 16, 2015
Posted in

Diabetes

 

You will have likely heard of the Joslin Diabetes Center, but you may not know the full story behind the man who created it, Dr. Elliot Proctor Joslin. Regarded as a pioneer in diabetes treatment, Joslin was the world’s first diabetes specialist. His unique approach at the time of giving ...

 

The Church that’s Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

Obesity weight loss church club
Published June 8, 2015
 

Dr. Erica Thompson realised the importance of preventing type 2 diabetes when she saw one of its scariest complications: amputation.

 

Photography used to explore life for adolescents with type 1 diabetes

Published June 4, 2015
 

Disposable cameras may have shed light on what living with type 1 diabetes is like for adolescents in a simple, yet unusual way. The technology may not be cutting edge, but this University of Florida study could help parents understand what their child is feeling following a type 1 diagnosis. ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Join the Diabetes Forum