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Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in L.A. Hosts Golf Event

Family-owned and operated in Gardena, California, DV Medical Supply provides medical, surgical, and pharmaceutical supplies to medical professionals. Dedicated to supporting the community it serves, DV Medical Supply supports several nonprofit organizations, including the… 138 more words

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UAB researchers still working to find cure for diabetes

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT)– A groundbreaking human clinical trial is underway to find a cure for diabetes. Researchers at UAB were able to prove that Verapamil, which is a common blood pressure medication, could reverse diabetes in mice. 285 more words


The Sweet Life

February 24, 2016 will mark five years since I was diagnosed with Juvenile or Type 1 Diabetes. Five years ago my life was very different, at 15 years old I was a sophomore in high school and my biggest problems included adjusting to a major growth spurt, auditioning for the school musical, and getting used to living with my dad’s new fiance. 398 more words

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Bikes to Good Causes

Always good to get bikes out to good causes.

This is a bike that we donated for the prize at the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) 90 more words

That Little Bit of Extra

It’s on South Street in Philadelphia early on in the fifth mile of the half-marathon when I am tempted to shout, “This street is like butter!” What I mean is that the pavement is almost deliciously smooth to the bare soles of my feet. 1,616 more words

Medical Alert Dog Transforms Girl's Life After Diabetes Diagnosis

By Stefany Shaheen

CHICAGO (CBS) — Eight years ago my world came crashing down when my then eight-year-old daughter, Elle (pronounced Ellie), the oldest of our four children, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. 698 more words


World Diabetes Day: What you NEED to know. 

November is Diabetes Awareness month, and today is World Diabtes Day.

Diabetes is something near and dear to me, as I have spent essentially, my entire career specializing in helping PWD (Patients With Diabetes). 863 more words