Jim Turner's Columns
Taking care of diabetes boils down to individual choices.
Preparation vital in any situation.
On Their Own
How do you handle children moving out of the house for the first time?
A Monitor For All Complications
Caregiver wonders how to help mom stay independent.
Jim answers whether he has any diabetes complications.
Pens VS. Syringes
Jim talks about his use of syringes and about his one man show.
Fatherhood and Diabetes
Jim talks candidly about being a dad with diabetes.
Jim answers how to recognize your diabetes diagnosis date.
Hypodermics VS. Pens
Jim reveals what he uses to manage his diabetes.
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When the Dexcom monitor flashed a warning that it was time to order a new transmitter, I figured I’d at least have a couple of weeks before it went kaput. So we numbed the back of Charlie’s arm for about 40 minutes, slapped the sensor on him and waited two hours for the warm-up period. And waited. And … waited. Unlike the signal spottiness we experienced occasionally when we were using the Medtronic CGM, the Dexcom...