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Using Words Wisely: They Really Do Matter

September 16, 2012By 17 Comments
Using Words Wisely: They Really Do Matter

It was driven into my head during the very first days we experienced life with diabetes (or life knowing diabetes was with us now. I still think if I’d been a more astute mom she could have been diagnosed three weeks prior. But I digress). From the first days on the hospital floor, doctors and […]

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Teenager Worked With Ted Kennedy to Improve Health Care

April 4, 2012By 0 Comments
Teenager Worked With Ted Kennedy to Improve Health Care

D, R or something in between, you had to admire all that the Lion of the Senate did for those who care about a cure for diabetes (and better treatments). My daughter Lauren was a big part of the reason. Learn more here (and then check out our link on how now Sen. Scott Brown […]

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Another D Candle Day: How is a mom to let her child with Diabetes live her life?

March 29, 2012By 0 Comments
Another D Candle Day: How is a mom to let her child with Diabetes live her life?

It seemed appropriate for me today to repost this – Another D Candle Day. While as always I don’t have a blue candle on my facebook page, I have one (actually A Clara Barton Camp Candle) burning in my heart this week. We’re all remembering an amazing young woman and struggling with how we will […]

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