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Practice makes near perfect at bedtime

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What is your top 2009 goal for your patients?
Lower their A1Cs.
 
Help them start an exercise routine.
 
Work on logging blood sugars.
 
Get them to join support groups.
 
Make sure they have an eye exam.
 
Encourage more regular dental visits.
 
Help them eat more balanced meals.
 
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by Carey Potash
Some people have trained diabetes alert dogs that bark and lick their face in the middle of the night when their child is experiencing dangerously high or low blood sugars. I don't have a dog to wake me up. When I sleep past the alarm and forget to test my son's blood sugar, I turn to my go-to guy - a hallucinatory stone-faced murderer. Completely zonked hours after I wanted to wake up and check Charlie, I found myself walking along the...