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Welcome to Blogging Diabetes – A blog that helps people learn more about real living with diabetes ~ Tony
About Blogging Diabetes
Founded in October 2008, Blogging Diabetes is dedicated to helping others learn about real-living with diabetes and share their own experiences while helping me and others gain and keep excellent control of their diabetes. Sound interesting? Enter your email address below and click “Sign Me Up” to get free updates and my best tips.
About Tony Rose (@Blogdiabetes)
As of 2012, I am 36 years old. I am married to my amazing wife of 12+ years and together we have three beautiful daughters (born in 2006, 2009 and 2012). I have been on a Medtronic Minimed insulin pump since 2006. My ten year anniversary of having type-1 diabetes was in 2009. I had become complacent and need to change something to gain and keep better control of my diabetes. My diagnoses came at age 22 completely out of the blue with no family history of diabetes. I have never been obese and have been working out in the gym since age 16. My doctors (there have been a few due to a few relocations over the years), who I visit every 4-6 months, have consistently said I maintain good control over my diabetes. If you knew me, you would know that I don’t settle for good. I want excellent control and consistent A1c results in the mid six range.
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iTunes – Diabetes Podcasts are now available through iTunes.
Facebook – There are some great conversations on the Blogging Diabetes Facebook page. Check it out to join the conversation or just see what everyone’s talking about.
Twitter - There are so many amazing people that I’ve met through twitter. It truly is a gift for those managing diabetes that want to connect with other people with diabetes (PWD) to share ideas, tips and know that you aren’t alone.
YouTube – Diabetes videos (D-Shorts)