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…And Stay Active: A Profile in Living Successfully with Diabetes

I have been writing columns—mostly about physical activity and exercise—for this enewsletter for more than a decade, and I am grateful to DIC for allowing me to educate everyone on topics that I feel so strongly about. This month, I would like to switch gears a bit and share some of my personal story about why physical activity matters to me and how I have lived successfully with type 1 diabetes for almost 50 years to date.

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Medication Mystery

Test Your Knowledge

A 72-year-old patient arrives in your office complaining of shakiness and sweating before he went to bed the previous night. He doesn’t recall checking his blood glucose level at the time, however he felt better after a glass of milk and a few graham crackers. His current medications are metformin, pioglitazone, and glyburide. Which one of the following medications is the most likely cause of his symptoms? 1) Metformin 2) Pioglitazone 3) Glyburide Follow the link to see the right answer.

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Current Interview: Elizabeth Buschur

Dr. Elizabeth Buschur, MD is an assistant professor at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She has implemented and is the director of the Diabetes Transition Clinic at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital as well as the Endocrine Disorders in Pregnancy Clinic at The Ohio State University. She presents CGM Use in Pregnancy and Special Populations at the AACE meeting.

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