09 September 2010

Online sources for diabetes information – Part 4

More sites that may get your interest.

http://www.diabeticconnect.com/  This is for all types of diabetes and has many sections to the site. Two are listed next. http://www.diabeticconnect.com/discussions and http://www.diabeticconnect.com/blog-articles?category=Type+2

http://www.sleepconnect.com/  There is also a related site for sleep apnea. If you are a member of one, I believe you are also a member of the other sites. Take time to explore these sites. In the top black bar, you will see on the right side “Visit Another Community”. This is your key to finding the other sites that may be of interest to you.

In the connect communities each has a newsletter that may or may not interest you.

http://www.healthcentral.com/diabetes/?ic=1102  This site has much information on all types of diabetes and several excellent bloggers. You may subscribe to those you wish to read and receive an email every time they post a new blog. I subscribe to several of the bloggers and receive their newsletter.

A few interesting medical blogs for your enjoyment. My only complaint is that they use so many abbreviations with no explanation. Some are understandable, but others to me are gibberish. These a just a few of the ones I attempt to read.






Now I will finish with a few nutrition blogs that I find interesting and one or two other blogs. Some are very good and some are a little on the controversial side at times. Some write regularly and some are very intermittent.







While there are many more websites available that are interesting to read, this will conclude this series and if I find others of general interest, I will try to blog about them as I fine topics of interest.

Since this has not been posted, I need to add one additional piece of information that has information about about reliable diabetes research and is written by Ann Bartlett
in her latest post on Health Central.


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