Just Say No (to New Year’s Resolutions)!

new-year-resolutions-768x804Did you know that 80% of New Year’s Resolutions fail by February 1st? JUST SAY NO (TO NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION’S with me!). Read my latest blogpost for Center for Change about other ways you can stay on track in 2019…

https://centerforchange.com/just-say-no-to-new-years-resolutions/?fbclid=IwAR2RpEM0Izk7MzYE2NQkujf3RiXHzg51hYXF9uVmPTaIdgRCutZVECZf5Ps

The FDA Finally Has a Plan to Reduce the Cost of Insulin

cost-of-insulin-75881258_MSome of you may have heard the news that came out from the FDA Commissioner about news impacting lowering insulin prices. When I read the statement initially, there was a lot of medical jargon in there for me. So for my latest blogpost for OnTrack Diabetes I asked my pharmacist Dad to help decode it to find out if we will really see a benefit from these changes. Read it below….

https://www.ontrackdiabetes.com/blogs/dateline-diabetes-dish/fda-finally-has-plan-reduce-cost-insulin?utm_source=OnTrack+Diabetes+eNewsletter&utm_campaign=22302cacb5-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_12_24&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9c4de08456-22302cacb5-49313061&fbclid=IwAR3g3RY3FH3lyzvJU4GILAHaefUnivBKlEy0Z6nUeIY2gOUZUGGJNWnup5E

Diabetes Connections Podcast

dcI recently had the honor of being interviewed by Stacey Simms for her podcast, Diabetes Connections.

She was asked, “If I Kiss You Will I Get Diabetes” so Quinn Nystrom wrote all about it in her first book. This week, she shares her story of advocacy and education. Plus, mySugr CEO Frank Westermann.

 

 
Listen on your phone or computer!

Apple Podcasts: http://ow.ly/pgfg30kyYrG
Android: http://ow.ly/SBFU30mAn1H
Spotify: http://ow.ly/JKex30lKhzP
Homepage (website): http://www.diabetes-connections.com

Owning Our Stories

story1“Through stories, we can embrace our past, own who we are today and the people we’re becoming. Right this moment, pause and look at who you’ve become from all the things you’ve made it through. This life is your story. Own it.”
Read my full December blogpost for Center for Change below.
 

Eating Disorders & Type 1 Diabetes

I recently had the pleasure of getting to interview Jenaca Beagley, NP, CDE, and T1D from Center for Change for a podcast episode about the high prevalence of type 1 diabetes and eating disorders (you may have heard this called diabulimia or ED-DMT1). She recently had conducted research that tells us more about this complicated problem that has severe and often irreversible complications if left untreated.The good news is, recognizing and treating the problem properly can make a difference.
Take a listen by clicking below: