Oct 28, 2022
“Why Is Their Blood Sugar Doing That?" Solving Glucose Mysteries Workshop
We are experiencing a food crisis. Ten percent of Americans in every state, across rural and urban households, experienced food insecurity at least some time during 2020. With food prices on the rise, how do we help people with prediabetes and diabetes make healthy food choices within their means? There is good news! A national nutrition task force has unveiled its findings and ambitious strategies to improve nutrition access and reduce diet-related diseases. These thought leaders and food experts have outlined an innovative plan to address the food crisis by increasing nutrition education and access, including funding cooking classes and more.
Good news in diabetes tech. The first ever tubeless integrated insulin delivery system was just FDA approved for toddlers 2 years old and up. Parents and providers alike are celebrating this latest advance in insulin delivery technology for kids and adults alike.
We all know that exercise is good for you, but does it elicit feelings of joy? A researcher has identified a series of one-minute movements that not only improve coordination, balance, and strength but also bring a smile to your face. Give it a try and invite your friends and family to join you in Jumping for Joy.
In preparation for our 25th year anniversary, we are adopting a higher tech Online University Learning Platform. This means easier navigation and more bells and whistles for our subscribers. We plan to make the switch in early Fall, so keep your eyes open for more info as we get closer to the date.
Finally, we are thrilled to announce two Flower Scholars for our October Virtual DiabetesEd Course. They are making a big difference in their communities, and we are overjoyed to celebrate both of them.
You and your colleagues are invited to join our three FREE Webinars this month. If you feel like a challenge, take a moment to check out our Question and Rationale of the Week.
Thank you in advance for your actions and advocacy on behalf of people living with diabetes.
Beverly, Bryanna, Robert, and Amanda
Join us live beginning August 9th, for our latest Advanced Specialty Topic Updates. These webinars are specifically designed for healthcare professionals who want to learn more about Specialty Topics for their clinical practice or for those who are studying for the Board Certified in Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM) certification exam.
Join Coach Beverly and ask your questions as she shares critical information for CDCES and BC-ADM exam success. Plus, we have a library of prerecorded webinars you can enjoy today, for FREE.