In a sometimes-futile attempt to keep up to date with diabetes news, I scan at least the titles of about 40 blogs every day, plus the table of contents from almost 40 scientific journals when they come out. Diabetes news is coming so fast and furiously these days that it’s sometimes really overwhelming, and I need to take a break to laugh.
Sometimes the titles of news reports do just that for me. Here are a few of them, along with my thoughts in italic:
Um, actually, I don’t need a scientific study to figure that one out.
We’re having so much trouble getting along with other nations. I’m glad at least the polar bears are making peace.
Isn’t that one of those things you wear around your neck so you can say, “Help I’ve fallen and a lion is eating me.”
Ah, that explains it. I always thought they were ankle diseases.
And just when I’d spent $75 on prescription lenses so I could dine out at Fish R Us.
I never realized that sperm in the brain was a big problem.
And I thought I had problems.
Gretchen wrote for HealthCentral as a patient expert for Diabetes.