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Diabetes Education and Emotional Well-being

In my work over the past couple of years, it’s become really clear how much impact a little bit of basic diabetes education can have on a person’s psychological well-being. Diabetes education does so much […]
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Mobile Check-Up: Are health apps replacing doctors?

Do you trust your favorite health apps more than your physician? Advanced technology and a struggling healthcare system has left millions looking to smart phones for guidance. Find out what makes apps awesome and how One Drop […]
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One Drop | Experts Becomes the First Digital Diabetes Education* Program Recognized by the American Diabetes Association

Company announces that its mobile diabetes education and coaching program, One Drop | Experts, is the first digital diabetes education program recognized by the American Diabetes Association for Quality Self-Management Education* and Support. April 18, […]
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Plate Your Food Like the Pros

Food should be nourishing, delicious and beautiful! We eat with our eyes 👀 first, so give them something gorgeous to look at. Make your plating as attractive as possible and trick your palate into enjoying a tastier meal. […]
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DCDE Twitter Chat: People want more from diabetes education!

When you think about where to get information about diabetes, does Twitter ever come to mind? If not, I would encourage you to check it out. Twitter has a really active community of people with […]
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One Drop Guide to Better Sleep

  Are you eating clean, whole foods and exercising regularly, yet still falling short of your health goals? Inadequate sleep may be to blame. We all know that diet and movement are important, but without quality Zzz’s […]
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Staying Low-Carb for Spring Holidays

  Spring is in the air 🌷 April means warmer weather, sunshine, & festivities! Easily navigate Passover and Easter with these tips & festive low-carb recipes. Passover April 10 – April 18, 2017 A ceremonial dinner (Seder) of symbolic foods […]
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Mobile Health is the Solution: Pearls from experts in diabetes & minority health

Studies suggest tablet-, app-delivered, and text messaging programs improve self-care and glycemic control. Most programs are tested with people who are more affluent, educated, and White. Few have been designed for and tested with more […]
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Five Things I Learned at SBM This Year

Last week, I joined many of the top scientists in health behavior and behavioral medicine in San Diego for the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) Annual meeting. I got to hear about the latest research […]
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One Drop Guide to Handling Low Blood Sugar

Low blood sugar, also called “low blood glucose” or “hypoglycemia,” happens when your body doesn’t have enough sugar to fuel regular bodily functions. If you’re low, you may feel sweaty, shaky, and disoriented, among other […]
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