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dLife study reveals that despite higher risks, most people with diabetes don't change their oral care routines.
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The Survivor — Clayton Christensen: A Life in Health — February 2011
Clayton Christensen beat a heart attack, cancer and a stroke in three years. This story covers it all: life, death and a plan to fix the health care system. And mentions how dLife.com is the wave of the future...
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Who made the biggest difference to people living with diabetes over the last year? dLife is asking the diabetes community to cast their votes in the dLife Top 10 Awards for the nominee of their choice.
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In a recent poll by dLife.com, more than 400 people living with diabetes revealed they struggle when it comes to paying for diabetic supplies.
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dLife.com, is the go-to holiday travel resource for people living with diabetes. Start with these helpful tips to get you through being away from home.
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In a study by dLife, the world's largest diabetes community, and SoundView Research, Inc., 66 percent of active diabetes managers had not changed their oral care habits since being diagnosed.
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dLife announced the release of dLife Diabetes Companion, the definitive on-the-go diabetes resource for Apple iPhoneTM and iPodTM touch users.
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A new study analyzing patient-level prescription data clearly demonstrates that dLife consumers take immediate and deeper action in treating their diabetes and co-morbid conditions after becoming engaged with dLife.
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dLife, which has the largest online diabetes community, aims to mobilize its members and anyone else interested in helping Haiti's earthquake victims who suffer from diabetes.
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Forbes – April 2009
dLifeTV featured in Forbes Magazine
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dLife Press - May 2008
dLife Launches the World's Largest and Most Comprehensive Online Food and Diabetic Recipe Search Tool – This tool provides in-depth nutritional analysis for more than 25,000 foods and 10,000 diabetic recipes. This search is a simple, one-stop resource for counting carbohydrates.
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Nurses World - May 2007
"We're living in a pandemic," says Theresa Garnero, APRN, BC-ADM, MSN. "It's a fact that one in three hospitalized adults [in the U.S.] have a blood sugar issue."
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Endocrine Today - May 2006
Sunday evening TV invites viewers with diabetes to learn more about diet, exercise, and the need to manage their diabetes.
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One in Ten AMI Patients Have Unrecognized Incident Diabetes
Two New LDL Cholesterol Drugs May Have Big Impact on Heart Disease
COBA Conference Steers Forward in the Fight Against Childhood Obesity
Google Secures Patent for Glucose-Sensing Contact Lens
Medtronic to Use GlucoSitter Artificial Pancreas Software in Future Insulin Pumps - A Big Deal!
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My diabetes is changing. Until a few years ago, my morning readings were reasonable and within the desired range of under 100 mg/dl. About two years ago, they started slipping upwards into the less-desirable but apparently not-worrisome range of 100-110 mg/dl. Now, this was what was recorded by my Abbott Freestyle Lite meter, which is known to record at the lower end of the home-glucometer variability range, but with my A1c firmly in the high 5s and low 6s, the meter's tendency to...