dLife Diabetes Minute with Dr. Bob Arnot

dLife Diabetes Minute with Dr. Bob Arnot

 

  • Sharp Safety Listen listen_icon
  • Insulin Pens Listen listen_icon
  • Storing Your Insulin Listen listen_icon
  • Prediabetes Listen listen_icon
  • When to Test for Ketones Listen listen_icon
  • Insulin Pumps: Are They Right For You? Listen listen_icon
  • Know Your Numbers A1C Listen listen_icon
  • Choosing a Meter Listen listen_icon
  • The Dawn Phenomenon Listen listen_icon
  • The Pizza Effect: Understanding How fats Influence BGs Listen listen_icon
  • Testing: How Often Should I Do It? Listen listen_icon
  • Diabetes Summer Safety Listen listen_icon
  • Continuous Monitoring: Watching Your Diabetes 24/7 Listen listen_icon
  • Diabetic Eye Disease Listen
  • Know Your Numbers - Blood Pressure Listen
  • Know Your Numbers - Cholesterol Listen
  • Is Sugar-Free Really Free? Listen
  • Drinking with Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • Frozen Shoulder - Listenlisten_icon
  • What is Gastroparesis - Listenlisten_icon
  • Medical Jewelry - Listenlisten_icon
  • Preparing for Pregnancy - Listenlisten_icon
  • Sexual Dysfunction - Listenlisten_icon
  • Planning for Sick Days - Listenlisten_icon
  • Diabetes Support Groups - Listenlisten_icon
  • Diabetes in the Workplace - Listenlisten_icon
  • Flying with Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • Diabetes Caregivers - Listen listen_icon
  • Coping with Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • Driving with Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • Keeping Kidneys Healthy - Listen listen_icon
  • Diabetes at School - Listen listen_icon
  • Caring for Your Skin - Listen listen_icon
  • Stress and Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • Team Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • How Weight Promotes Insulin Resistance - Listen listen_icon
  • Recognizing and Treating Blood Sugar Lows - Listen listen_icon
  • Diabetes and Your Feet - Listen listen_icon
  • Recognizing and Treating Diabetic Neuropathy - Listen listen_icon
  • Easing the Ouch of Insulin Injections - Listen listen_icon
  • Advances in Insulin Therapy - Listen listen_icon
  • Heart Health and Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • Working Out with Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • Eating Out with Diabetes - Listen listen_icon
  • Carbohydrates: The Key to Good Control - Listen listen_icon

Last Modified Date: February 07, 2013

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by Nicole Purcell
I want to start by saying that in our twenties, we sometimes do dumb things. I suppose that's true of any age, but our the twenties seem particularly ripe for it. We're sometimes off on our own for the first time, we often feel oddly invincible (even with a serious chronic), we're not all that street wise. We're you know, in our twenties. Sooooo.... Anyway. In my early twenties, I met a dude who was super nice in the endocrinologist's waiting room and we became instant...