If you have recently been diagnosed with Diabetes you may have found yourself spending a significant amount of time researching on the internet. If you've not yet found http://www.tudiabetes.org/ you really should visit their site soon. TuDiabetes is a community of individuals who all share one thing in common, diabetes. It's run by The Diabetes Hands Foundation which is a nonprofit organization that connects with people touched by diabetes.
On TuDiabetes you will find loads of information for the newly diagnosed in clear and concise forum posts, blog links, articles and vlogs. There really is something for everyone here and it can be a great tool for family members and friends to help educate themselves on diabetes.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Kerri Morrone Sparling was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 6. She spent most of her life navigating her diabetes alone in the sense that she was the only person she knew with the disease.
In 2005 Kerri began blogging and writing about her experiences with diabetes and hasn't stopped since. She writes a wonderfully educational diabetes blog called, Six Until Me. She's been featured in US News and World Report and has been a guest blogger on sites such as dlife and diaTribe.
You could say that in the diabetes blogging world, Kerri is a rock star. She is a fierce diabetes advocate and writes about topics ranging from daily life and testing to medical insurance coverage regarding your diabetes.
Whether you are newly diagnosed or wanting to connect with someone who lives life fully with diabetes, Kerri's website is the place to go.