What's easiest and hardest about living with diabetes?

After receiving a Diabetes diagnosis, what should you expect to be the hardest parts of dealing with the disease? What makes it easier? You may be surprised. View Transcript

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Diabetes: Taking the Needle

Featuring: Scott Johnson Ronnie Gregory Kerri Morrone Sparling

The first thing most people think about when diabetes is mentioned is the consistent shots that people must self-administer. But is that such a bad thing? Diabetes Activists talk about how they feel about the daily pokes.

Diabetes: Fighting Burnout

Featuring: Kerri Morrone Sparling Emma Martin Rachel Baumgartel

There is no reprieve from Diabetes. People with Type 1 and Type 2 have to manage the condition every day which leads to burnout. 4 Health Activists describe their own personal battles with burnout and the consequences from a lack of motivation

I Did It! Tour de Cure.

Author: Scott Johnson

Blog: scottsdiabetes.com

For Scott, riding the 25-mile Tour de Cure bicycle race as a diabetic was a difficult but rewarding experience. read more

Diabetes: Fact vs. Fiction

Featuring: Kerri Morrone Sparling Ronnie Gregory Scott Johnson

Sometimes the most difficult part of living with diabetes is dealing with the many misconceptions about the condition.

Things I Learned From My First Year as a Diabetic Mommy.

Author: Kerri Morrone Sparling

Blog: sixuntilme.com

Being a new mom is tough enough. Doing so while living with diabetes only complicates things. Luckily, Kerri has some tips. read more

Top 10 Tips to a Diabetes Patient Empowerment

Author: Ronnie Gregory

Blog: thepoordiabetic.com

Every diabetic needs to take control of their life in order to manage their condition. Ronnie shares some proven tips to help you stay healthy. read more

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