Bill Quick, M.D., Health Professional

Bill Quick, M.D., is a physician who is living with diabetes. He is the editor of Dr. Quick wrote about diabetes for HealthCentral.

There's Always a First Shot

Once upon a time, everyone who uses insulin or other injectable medications had to take their first shot. It’s a nerve-wracking experience, to be sure, and one that elicits fear, loathing, sweating, tremors, tears, and memories of childhood injection...
Bill Quick, M.D.

Hope for Neuropathy Sufferers

Our local newspaper recently had a four-page full-color advertising insert titled “Encouraging News for Neuropathy Patients.” As neuropathy is a common and frustrating complication of diabetes, I was intrigued, and read the entire insert. According t...
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CGM Withdrawal Syndrome

Technology to manage diabetes, such as a continuous glucose monitor, can be very helpful. But what do you do if it poops out on you?
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I'm out of control

I’m out of control solutions for both my blood glucose meters. And I must admit, I haven’t thought about control solutions (which I’ll abbreviate as CSs) for at least a year, ever since I received my most recent meter, and dutifully ran the CS on it ...
Bill Quick, M.D.

Traveling with Diabetes

Living with diabetes shouldn’t stop you from traveling - but you should be traveling safe and prepared. Follow this checklist to make sure you’re ready for summer travel!
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