Larry Ishler is an electrical engineer living in Erie, PA, whose son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in college about ten years ago. A few years later, the father had an idea for a non-invasive glucose monitor that would take readings through the skin on your ear (similar to the GlucoTrack from Integrity Applications out of Israel). For... Read more
I had a bad food week last week. So naturally I turned to the Internet. Got to stop munching all that high-fat stuff! Time to take a closer look at all that food/nutrition stuff in my Inbox.
Somehow I got on the email list of a group called the Nutrition and Metabolism Society, which is "dedicated to the incorporation of... Read more
On Wednesday of this week, I was privileged to attend the Project HealthDesign Expo in Washington, DC. Not only to attend, but I was invited to deliver the lunchtime keynote address. It was an amazing experience to stand up in front of 200 health experts from industry, government, academia and advocacy organizations and talk about... Read more
Reprinted with permission of Amy Tenderich at DiabetesMine.com
Rich has a very impressive new title at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston; he's Director of Medical Affairs, Healthcare Services, and Strategic Initiatives, which would be totally intimidating if he weren't such an easygoing and approachable person. We became friends writing a... Read more
Reprinted with permission of Amy Tenderich of DiabetesMine.com
As you may know, I'm a huge fan of Theresa Garnero: diabetes educator extraordinaire and talented artist with a funny bone for diabetes. Read all about her in my recent interview.
A Guest Post by Theresa Garnero, accomplished diabetes nurse educator, author and... Read more