Walt Raleigh Bio

 

Walt Raleigh picWalt Raleigh is a corporate communications manager who lives and works in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, with his wife, his elderly Chow Chow, and an irascible tomcat.  Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2005, he has been eating better and exercising, and taking off weight (not enough, and not fast enough, but it's happening.) 

Meditations on the Pound Cake Lady
Working to lower diabetes stress levels without succumbing to cake.

Irrational Exubera(nce)
There's big money to be made - or lost - addressing the needs of diabetics.

A Diabetic in Cold and Flu Season
Things to watch out for when you catch what's going around the office.

Diabetes in the News
If the newspaper knows more than your doctor, consider a switch.

Medical Urban Legends
Weeding out truth from lies on the internet.

When the Treatment Might Be Worse Than the Disease
To make good decisions, you have to have good information.

Diabetic Nightlife
Can you drink nonalcoholic beer all night, stay away from the curly fries, and still have a good time?

Anywhere But Here (Unfortunately)
Stem cell research is already starting to pay off for diabetics, just not for those in the US.

A Dose of Persepective
Global view of diabetes brings home reality of managing this disease.

Last Tango in Hartford
How insurance companies make life interesting for diabetics

New Year's Irresolution
Making changes slowly but surely.

A Challenging Menu
Exploring the chaos of cooking for a crowd.

A Wake-Up Call
When diabetes calls, it doesn't like to be put on hold. 

Disclaimer
dLife's Daily Living columnists are not all medical experts, but everyday people living with diabetes and sharing their personal experiences. While their method of diabetes management may work for them, everyone is different. Please consult with your diabetes care team to find out what will work best for you.

Last Modified Date: June 13, 2013

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