Famous Diabetes Pioneers
Sandra Bourdette and Steve Edelman - Founders of non-profit organization 'Taking Control of Your Diabetes'
August Krogh - Nobel-prize-winning physiologist
Alfred Mann - Entrepreneur and Philanthropist
M. Alan Permutt - Scientist (discovered the Wolfram Syndrome gene)
Surveys Find Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Are More Willing to Take Action to Achieve A1C Targets Quicker than Physicians and Other Medical Professionals Perceive
FDA Votes to Change Jardiance Label to Show Reduction in Heart-Related Deaths
Low Carb vs. High Carb II – My Diabetes Diet Battle Continued
Crab Scramble Casserole Balsamic Marmalade Chicken Asparagus Salad With Dijon Vinaigrette Thyme and Spice Rubbed Beef Tenderloin Tomato-Asparagus Salad Moroccan-Style Chicken Stew Arugula and Fennel Salad Kosher Cream of Mushroom Soup Bow Tie Pasta with Tuna Parmesan Seafood Bake
There are two reasons it took me as long as it did to "come out" publicly with diabetes (and hypertension). One was denial: in my mind, I was too young to have type 2 diabetes — a condition I only knew in people over the age of 55 — and the other was fear of public shaming. Turn back the clock several years before my own diagnosis. Our workplace was a bit more stratified, with two editors above me. The elder of the two was somewhat overweight and, like many...