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Diabetes Mine is a Web 2.0 (Health 2.0) web log focused on issues related to diabetes. It is written by Amy Tenderich in the San Francisco Bay Area. The website is the highest ranking diabetes blog, and ranks in the Top 10 of the World’s Top Blogs in Health and Medicine. Its audience includes people affected by diabetes, purveyors of diabetes-related products and services (such as pharmaceutical companies), venture capitalists and entrepreneurs.
DiabetesMine offers news, analysis and opinions on issues that relate to the diabetes community. In addition, the blog’s author offers personal perspectives, experiences and observations, and encourages readers to do the same.
Readers can contribute to DiabetesMine by submitting their personal stories of diagnosis and the challenges of living with diabetes. Partners and loved ones of people with diabetes can also participate in a section called “The Diabetic Partner Follies.”
Updated almost daily, DiabetesMine continues to be the online hub and destination for the online diabetes community and anyone affected by diabetes.
About Amy Tenderich
When Amy Tenderich was diagnosed in May 2003 with type 1 diabetes while in her mid-thirties, she attacked the subject with the curiosity and passion that was second nature to her in her career as a freelance writer.
After living overseas and many years of PR/marketing work for high-tech companies in Silicon Valley, based in San Francisco, Amy is currently a part-time freelance writer for the IT industry and a full-time mom. She is also a 2006 LillyforLife Achievement Award Winner, having gained recognition for excellence in journalism. A diabetes expert for HealthCentral.com and a monthly columnist for dLife, Amy has co-authored a book called "Know Your Numbers, Outlive Your Diabetes".
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- ↑ About Me
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- ↑ LillyDiabetes.com - Life Achievement Award from Eli Lilly and Company
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- ↑ Amazon.com: Know Your Numbers, Outlive Your Diabetes: 5 Essential Health Factors You Can Master to Enjoy a Long and Healthy Life (Marlowe Diabetes Library): Richard Jackson,Amy Tenderich: Books