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OUR THOUGHTS ON LIVING WELL, DATA, QUANTIFIED SELF, FOOD, TECHNOLOGY, GEAR, TRAVEL, HEALTHCARE, AND DIABETES.

How to Meditate: An Easy and Effective Guide for Beginners

Most of us live busy, over-booked lives controlled by tight schedules, long work days, and family obligations. Personal time falls by the wayside and taking a break can feel impossible! The problem is, we assume […]
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And the Oscar goes to . . .

The 89th Annual Academy Awards are this Sunday! And we can’t help but look ahead to the night’s big winners, best-dressed celebs and stunning musical performances. But as viewers, what we don’t see is the days […]
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40+ Mouth-Watering, Finger-Licking Low-Carb Foods

Carbs are highly controversial these days, but there’s no denying that avoiding carbs prevents blood sugar from soaring. Most of the apprehension around low-carb diet plans is due to the USDA dietary guidelines, which recommend […]
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Ready for an adventure? Meet the One Drop Caicos team!

Erin and the Sea Peptide Salties to Trek 120 miles Who doesn’t love a good trip to the Caribbean? Sparkling blue seawater, white sand beaches . . . And when you’ve got a T1D crew […]
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Dr. Jeffrey Gonzalez shares tips for staying on top of your diabetes medications

Dr. Jeffrey S. Gonzalez, PhD is an international expert on medication-taking among people with type 2 diabetes. He’s a Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Yeshiva University and Associate Professor […]
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Do’s and Don’ts: How to support your loved one with diabetes

We all need the right kind of support to achieve our goals. Here’s a list of do’s and don’ts for all the family, friends, and significant others out there looking for ways to help loved […]
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How do we make diabetes education more accessible?

When Jamie was diagnosed with diabetes in 2008, she wasn’t given much direction. Her primary care doctor wrote her a prescription for Metformin and said ‘see you again in 6 months.’ She went home with […]
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Married Stanford professors dance with diabetes at work and at home

Dr. Korey Hood is a clinical health psychologist and Professor of Pediatrics and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. He directs NIH- and foundation-funded clinical research to improve the health and quality of […]
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3 Tips for Navigating Diabetes in Marriage

In love and living with diabetes… it can be tough! How much of your diabetes do you want to share with your S.O.? What role should he/she play, if any? My wife and I have […]
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Products We Love: Raw Amour, the Chocolate Truffle for PWDs

Happy February! Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing tips, tricks, feedback and stories about anything and everything related to diabetes and LOVE.  To kick off our blog theme around the month of love, we thought […]
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