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dLife Correspondent Janis Roszler, CDE, RD, LD/N takes you backstage at dLifeTV for up close and personal conversations with some of the most prominent names in diabetes care and advocacy. Get the information you need on diabetes care, when you want it, with dLife Podcasts.

dLife's Janis Roszler talks with Stewart Perry.

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  • Be informed about your insurance needs. Listen listen_icon
  • How do you begin? Listenlisten_icon
  • What can the uninsured do? Listenlisten_icon

dLife's Janis Roszler talks with Diabetes Investor publisher David Kliff.

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  • Investing in the diabetes industry Listenlisten_icon
  • How he got into this area of investing Listenlisten_icon
  • The breakdown of the diabetes market Listenlisten_icon
  • The business and technology of diabetes  Listenlisten_icon

dLife's Janis Roszler talks with TV Actor Dorian Gregory About His Diabetes

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  • Importance of parents' involvement Listenlisten_icon
  • Caring for your diabetes Listenlisten_icon
  • Dealing with diabetes in the entertainment industry  Listenlisten_icon

 

Will Cross talks to dLife's Janis Roszler from the top of Mt. Everest.

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May 24, 2006 - Sheri Colberg-Ochs recognizes National Physical Fitness and Sports Month in a special interview with dLife's Janis Roszler

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dLife's Janis Roszler interviews blogger Amy Tenderich.

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April 2006 - dLife Diabetes Minute with Dr. Bob Arnot

  • 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
  • Oral Medications for Type 2 - Listenlisten_icon

March 2006 - dLife Diabetes Minute with Dr. Bob Arnot

  • 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
  • Navigating the Medicare Maze - 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

March 19, 2006: Makeover II
Registered Dietitian Christine Gerbstadt talks about smart food shopping and label reading for good blood sugar control.

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March 12, 2006: Empowerment

Dr. Ian Blumer, diabetes specialist and author of Diabetes for Canadians for Dummies, gives important tips on managing your doctor and healthcare team.

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Analyst Kelly Close, editor of Diabetes Close-Up, has the story about new diabetes technologies and products - including inhaled insulin, Byetta, continuous glucose monitoring, and more.

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March 5, 2005: Kidney Disease

Dr. Thomas Hostetter, former director of the National Kidney Disease Education Program, talks about the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diabetic kidney disease.

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February 19, 2006: Diabetes Research

Christine Gorman, Sr. Health Writer at TIME magazine, talks about media coverage of the search for a diabetes cure.

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February 12, 2006: Diabetes Epidemics

A Conversation with Dr. Robert Rapaport - Head of Pediatric Endocrinology at MT. Sinai

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  • What is causing the increase in type 1 and type 2 diabetes in children? Listenlisten_icon
  • Why family lifestyle changes are so important. Listenlisten_icon
  • The role technology plays in childhood obesity. Listenlisten_icon
  • How overweight children view themselves and others. Listenlisten_icon
  • How can parents help their overweight child? Listenlisten_icon
  • Recognizing type 1 diabetes symptoms in your child. Listenlisten_icon
  • Insulin pump verses pen for children with diabetes - which is better? Listenlisten_icon
  • Dealing with diabetes during the tumultous teen years.Listenlisten_icon
  • How can parents keep a child's diabetes from harming their relationship? Listenlisten_icon
  • Changing cultures to change health habits. Listenlisten_icon

A Conversation with Dr. Julien Naylor - Director of the Alaska Native Medical Center's Diabetes Program

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  • The history of diabetes in Native Americans. Listenlisten_icon
  • What cultural factors have caused the rise of diabetes in Native Americans? Listenlisten_icon
  • About the thrifty gene theory and the genetics of diabetes. Listenlisten_icon
  • How stress and depression influence diabetes. Listenlisten_icon
  • What programs are being developed within the Native American community to address diabetes? Listenlisten_icon
    About the "Summer-rise" program in Nome, Alaska. Listenlisten_icon

February 2006 - dLife Diabetes Minute with Dr. Bob Arnot

  • 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

January 22, 2006: Diabetes and Athletes

A Conversation with Kendall Simmons - Pittsburgh Steelers Offensive Lineman

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  • Kendall's diagnosis story. Listen listen_icon
  • Kendall discusses his reaction to diagnosis and how he handled it as a pro athlete. Listen listen_icon
  • Kendall talks about the support he's gotten from teammates snd the Pittsburgh Steelers organization. Listen listen_icon
  • Diabetes runs in the Simmons family. Listen listen_icon
  • How has diabetes impacted your training? Listen listen_icon
  • Kendall talks about being a diabetes role model for his daughter and his young fans. Listen listen_icon
  • Kendall talks about diabetes discrimination in football. Listen listen_icon

January 15, 2006: Diabetes and Partying

A Conversation with Stuart Brink - Senior endocrinologist at the New England Diabetes and Endocrine Center

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  • How does drinking alcohol affect your blood glucose levels? Listen listen_icon
  • What's the best way to prepare for a party where you will drink? Listen listen_icon
  • What about drugs and diabetes? Listen listen_icon
  • How to make good decisions about partying. Listen listen_icon
  • How to talk to your doctor about diabetes, drinking, and drugs. Listen listen_icon
  • Does alcohol and drugs impact everyone differently? Listen listen_icon
  • Dr. Brink talks about diabetes rights in the schools. Listen listen_icon

December 31, 2005: Listen to podcasts of dLife Hosts giving their Diabetes New Year's Resolutions.

November 13, 2005: Diabetes Makeover and Myths & Misconceptions

A Conversation with Betty Brackenridge, MS, RD, CDE, co-author of Diabetes Myths, Misconceptions, and Big Fat Lies

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  • Many healthcare providers aren't up-to-date with advances in diabetes care. What can their patients do about it? Listen listen_icon
  • About the myth: "Diabetes is my fault." Listen listen_icon
  • About the myth: "If I were a better person, I'd be in better control." Listen listen_icon
  • How diabetes myths help us learn more about diabetes care. Listen listen_icon

October 30, 2005: Relationships

A Conversation with ChildrenWithDiabetes.com Founder Jeff Hitchcock

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  • What is "Children With Diabetes"? Listen listen_icon
  • Jeff speaks about CWD conferences. Listen listen_icon
  • What is the quilt for life. Listen listen_icon
  • How can you add a square to the quilt for life? Listen listen_icon
  • Why do you think CWD has taken off? Listen listen_icon
  • What does your daughter, Marissa, think about CWD? Listen listen_icon
  • What are the biggest challenges facing parents of children with diabetes today? Listen listen_icon

A Conversation with dLifeTV's Jim Turner

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  • What are some of your recent TV/movie projects? Listen listen_icon
  • Has diabetes ever gotten in the way of your acting career? Listen listen_icon
  • Jim discusses how he brings up his diabetes to others. Listen listen_icon
  • Do you take insulin injections or use a pump? Listen listen_icon
  • What other celebrities in Hollywood have diabetes? Listen listen_icon
  • What do you consider the key to good diabetes control for you? Listen listen_icon
  • Was coming to dLife and being public with your diabetes hard for you? Listen listen_icon
  • Has your family been supportive of your diabetes and your career? Listen listen_icon

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Last Modified Date: May 09, 2013

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by Nicole Purcell
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