American Diabetes Association

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The main page for the American Diabetes Association. Please stop by and please donate. There are a lot of great materials on this site, dig around, its very informative.

Diabetes Forecast

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Support the ADA and get a subscription to Diabetes Forecast. Great articles, tips and recipes. A must have.

Wikipedia

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The main page Diabetes on Wikipedia. A great place to start out an information journey. There are a lot of great materials on this page also very informative.

International Diabetes Federation

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The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is an umbrella organization of over 200 national diabetes associations in over 160 countries. It represents the interests of the growing number of people with diabetes and those at risk. The Federation has been leading the global diabetes community since 1950.

Diabetes Advocates

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Diabetes Advocates is a program of the Diabetes Hands Foundation, a nonprofit organization, that connects Diabetes advocates, helps them work together, and pools their resources to help people with Diabetes. Diabetes Hands Foundation launched this program in 2010.

Diabetes Hands Foundation

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We at the Diabetes Hands Foundation believe no one touched by diabetes should ever feel alone because together we become stronger and have the power to generate positive change in ourselves and our community.

TuDiabetes

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A community of people touched by Diabetes, a program of the Diabetes Hands Foundation. A great Diabetes Online Community that I belong too and reference on a daily basis. Go, make friends, get informated, and advocate

Diabetes Daily

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A very informative website. Great tips and articles and another place to connect with people in the Diabetes Online Community.

Diabetes Light

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Diabetes blogger and advocate Cynthis Zuber, I found through the website Diabetic Lifestyle. I love the way she writes and has a passion about advocating for Diabetes. She has some really great recipes on her page and very informative posts that always contain great informaiton. Her posts are a regular part of my day.

Diabetic Lifestyle

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Awesome site! Great information and excellent blogging! It is my daily morning wake up read. Coffee, breakast and the DL, after I take my bg, that is. :)

Scott Diabetes

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Home of diabetes blogger and advocate Scott Johnson. Scott has become a regular part of my day now. I check his site for all sorts of great information. He's very open and honest blogger and connects well with the community that he is a big part of. He is living life with type 1 diabetes and telling his story. Blogger, Speaker, Writer, Advocate, Co-host for DSMA Live, & Communications Lead, USA for mySugr, one of the coolest apps on the planet for managing your diabetes. I highly recommend purchasing the Pro version of it and doing some of the challenges.

Diabetes Mine

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Founded by Amy Tenderich who was diagnosed in May 2003 with Type 1 Diabetes, this site has a plethora of great information, articles and insight into dealing with everyday life of living with diabetes. It has also become a place that I visit frequently for inspiring writing about this disease that I live with. Knowledge is power and they are my battery charger for that knowledge. Keep this one in your diabetes toolkit for brilliant writing from Amy and many guest writers that are featured on this site.

Diabetes Community Advocacy Foundation (DCAF)

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The Diabetes Community Advocacy Foundation (DCAF) supports and connects people affected by diabetes to their peers and health care professionals, which will help them foster community, and education.

Diabetes 24-7

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Another excellent blogger and advocate, Elizabeth Snouffer. I've been reading her blog for several months now. A lot of great information to be found here.

National Diabetes Education Program

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NDEP is a partnership of the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and more than 200 public and private organizations.

WebMD

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A great reference page and starting point to research on WebMD