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American Diabetes Month 2015: Day 18 - Quick push, busy day

Day 18.  Wednesdays are by far my busiest day of the week, with playing trivia and such, so I'll make this short and sweet.  I love being able to help other people figure out what diabetes is and how it can affect them.  I've written loads about this in the past, and suggest that if you haven't already taken a look at them, that you go back and read through them.

Some background on diabetes and how it affects type 1 vs. type 2 diabetics http://blog.daviddellsperger.com/2015/04/the-ups-and-downs-of-living-with.html

Metrics for tracking how well a diabetic is doing with their diabetes http://blog.daviddellsperger.com/2015/05/114-101-83-84-7171-what.html

History of my diagnosis and first few days in the hospital/education http://blog.daviddellsperger.com/2015/07/9-years-ago.html

Regular Diabetes maintenance information and some of the very important things I work on, on a continual basis http://blog.daviddellsperger.com/2015/07/diabetes-maintenance.html

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