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    Moving to Diabetes Daily!

    "Ding ding. This blog terminates here. All change please."

    I'm very excited to announce that I've been invited to join the featured bloggers over at Diabetes Daily.

    Diabetes Daily, thanks to the hard work of David and Elizabeth Edelman, has grown in to an awesome resource, and  large and vibrant community of people who have at least one thing in common: an interest in diabetes. Sharing and support amongst the people who understand has always been a primary motive for me as a blogger, so I couldn't refuse the offer to join in. And I'm very honoured to be joining the talented group of people already blogging there.

    My new URL will be http://www.diabetesdaily.com/parker/  Once you've updated your links, head on over and check it out... I'll see you there!

    (And for those who may be wondering about the new name - no I didn't run away and get married!)

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    Yay Caro!
    You'll be wonderful! I have to think that you'll reach more "newbies" and be able to offer such great support.
    Best wishes,
    Colleen

    Congrates Buddy....Keep it up

    hi everyone. i thought you'd like to see something my daughter just sent me. it's a video link for people like me who are on medicare and have diabetes. i don't know about you, but all those other commercial make me feel like i did something wrong. this one is so cute. they treat us like its no big deal.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQvGMaG2P5U

    Congraulations!

    HI good article you want more information about diabetes visit:-http://www.accu-chek-assist.ca/assist/

    A medical alert necklace is an ideal gift, that you can present to your admired ones who need appropriate medical attention. This way you can body up their confidence, booty affliction of their medical requirements and enhance their lives, in a fashionable way!

    Congrats to the move.
    Diabetesdaily is the place !!

    We are trying to identify whether or not people need (or want) help in managing their Diabetes and how we can best provide help. So please follow the link below and help us find solution that will aid you in managing your Diabetes. The link is a very short survey that is focused on understanding your needs in managing Diabetes. Thank you for your time, we really appreciate your input.

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=GEU4iQOQmYVJo8jj_2bXDR6Q_3d_3d

    As I complete my MBA I am trying to understand if people need (or want) help in managing their Diabetes. I know I do and I want to develop tools to help us manage our Diabetes. I really could use your opinion, so please follow the link below. The link is a very short survey. Thank you for your time; I really appreciate your input.

    Walter

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=GEU4iQOQmYVJo8jj_2bXDR6Q_3d_3d

    It dies furnish a lot of good and useful information on diabetes which I checked after reading your blog.

    I would just feel extremely tired, and when I checked my blood sugar

    The fight should stop here but go to other informative channels,campus,community,public events because the awareness is the key to success

    Congrats for the smart work.

    just be glad that she has friends to look after her. With all she has been through, it's good to know people will be there for her.

    ICU. and the association of ARF with MOF and outcome using the sequential organ failure assessment (SOFA) score. Forty participating ccntcrs in 16 countries enrolled 1,411 patients and

    How has the switch worked btw? I see many blogs have switched to diabetes daily.

    Thanks for all your efforts that you have put in this. very interesting information. i like with express my support of your ideas in your article, and looking forward to your next article.

    Good good! Have read your article I broaden the horizons, so I learned a lot, produced a lot of inspiration to write another article. I also wrote many articles, I like it very much! I really like your job. Thank you.

    What a surprise! Your article with my thoughts and experience, perhaps we are peers, it is a classic!I wil use this post, I hope you can agree to it.

    What a surprise! Your article with my thoughts and experience, perhaps we are peers, it is a classic!I wil use this post, I hope you can agree to it.

    Good good! Have read your article I broaden the horizons, so I learned a lot, produced a lot of inspiration to write another article. I also wrote many articles, I like it very much! I really like your job. Thank you.

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