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Category Archives: Life with Diabetes
It has truly been an exciting year for the type 1 diabetes community. In the time since Carb DM’s last Bay Area Diabetes Summit, quite a few advancements have been made in the care, treatement and yes, even the cure, … Continue reading
What a weekend it was for the Bay Area type 1 diabetes community! Over 400 adults and 150 kids gathered at the Palo Alto JCC for the 2015 Bay Area Diabetes Summit. It was truly a day of connecting, learning, … Continue reading
Yesterday we gave readers a sneak peek at what’s in store for everyone at the Vendor Fair of our 2015 Bay Area Diabetes Summit (which starts tomorrow!). To help attendees plan their day, we’re releasing the full list of organizations participating … Continue reading
The 2015 Bay Area Diabetes Summit is just TWO days away! Amazingly, we have almost 450 people registered to attend, and we’re looking forward to welcoming each and every one. A conference with this many people requires lots of planning … Continue reading
The Bay Area Diabetes Summit is just FOUR days away! We can’t wait to bring together the local type 1 diabetes community and the top minds in type 1 diabetes research and care for a day of connecting, learning and … Continue reading
Out of the 29 million Americans living with diabetes, only 5 to 10 percent of that community (around 3 million) have type 1 diabetes, and the majority of those with type 1 diabetes are adults (85%). Few in the general … Continue reading
Musician Adam Lasher exploded onto the American Idol scene with his good looks, killer guitar skills, and soulful voice. This Bay Area native (born and raised in Walnut Creek) has music in his blood: he’s the nephew of guitar legend … Continue reading
Becoming a parent can be like plunging into the deep end of a very cold pool — it’s a huge shock, it’s only natural to grab onto whatever lifeline you can find. Finding the right baby gear can make the … Continue reading