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Changes, Changes, Changes by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 If you have been to the old Orlando Pumpers site you will have noticed that it is all gone. It never became what I had intended, an extension of the support meeting. I had b ... Read on »
Hello world! by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 Welcome to Orlandopumpers.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! Read on »
links for 2009-08-13 by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 JDRF Clinical Trials Connection A searchable list of trials for diabetes treatment and clinicals. A great way to help and fing out the latest inresearch (tags: dia ... Read on »
An Insulin Pump You Can Show Off - Medgadget - www.medgadget.com by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 Wow. Biggest issue with medical devices is they look like medical devices. That sounds superficial. Looks good is the worst problem? But no, it is the start of the so ... Read on »
Google Doodle Petition for World Diabetes Day by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 Google has niftily doodled a fun Google logo for celebrating causes and “days” throughout the year. World Diabetes Day is coming up, November 14th, and it would be bang ... Read on »
iPhone Med Apps - New Gadgets for Health by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 The iPhone is changing the way we use gadgets. The mini computer that it is can effectively create a single connection between a patient and the doctor given the right app. ... Read on »
Mixed News From CDC Study by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 [via CNN.com ] The bad, the number of people with diabetes has grown 3 million over the last two years to top out at 24 million. That is eight percent of the population. ... Read on »
Diabetes Car by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 Driving and diabetes can be a precarious situation. Watching my wife test while navigating the road can be a rollercoaster type experience. Not to say that it is the same le ... Read on »
Congrats to TuDiabetes.com by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 TuDiabetes.com pick up a second place in the Web 2.0 awards for Niche Social Networks Read on »
links for 2008-01-30 by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 Diabetes blog about Kerri Morrone, an insulin pump, and life with type 1 diabetes. Great blog about life with insulin pumping and life in general (tags: healthmedi ... Read on »
links for 2007-12-12 by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 Diabetes drug market: Lizard spit and bongs - CNN.com About the economics of the growing diabetic marketplace. Not much info but helps to understand motives behind me ... Read on »
links for 2007-11-30 by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 SymlinPens Approved by FDA These should be showing up next month. Fixed doses and stored at room temp. Makes it a bit easier to dig into the regiment. (tags: diabe ... Read on »
Diabetes Traveling Advice by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 Holidays are here and we travel a lot this season. Things get hard and the food gets worse on the road. here is a bit of advice from dLife: Read on »
Digg - Policing the Insulin Pump by funkeemunkee Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Diabetes Type 1 Digg - Policing the Insulin Pump Kerri Morrone of the diabetes blog Six Until Me (www.sixuntilme.com) gets reader feedback about the Boston police officer candidate who ... Read on »