Living with diabetes can feel a bit like you’re caught in the ring with Rocky Balboa. You take a lot of hits from your very own body, but there is no bell to ring when you’ve had enough. Instead, we deal with low blood sugars, high blood sugars, faulty CGMS sensors, blood-clogged tubing on insulin pump infusion sites, and of course, the never-ending barrage of comments and inaccurate statements about diabetes perpetuated by the media and delivered to us first-hand by the people around us.
I’ve heard of the dogs of diabetics being able to recognize low blood sugar and always thought it was pretty amazing. Now, dogs are actually being trained to detect low blood sugar in Brtiain. How can they do it? With their very sen... Read Post
If you have diabetes, you already know it's important to monitor your blood sugar levels. But a new study could give you another incentive. Episodes of low blood sugar associated with diabetes, could increase your risk of developing... Read Post