Apocalypse Films as Type 2 Education

In this video you will learn what apocalypse films can teach us about Type 2 diabetes education


Ways to Increase Exericse

This video gives you 4 practical ways to get more exercise without having a gym membership


We Had a Good Thing

Poem I Wrote: “We Had a Good Thing”


United Way Interview

61 days after being diagnosed with diabetes, I lost my home in a tornado. As a new resident to the city of Fayetteville, North Carolina, I found myself using many of the services sponsored by the United Way.


Type 2 Talk

On World Diabetes Day 2015, I gave a diabetes forum in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. It was sponsored by Alpha Alpha Lambda Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Ayla Hotels, and TriDerma. This video is a sample of that talk.


Health Central Interview

This interview by HealthCentral gives you a peek into my personal life living with diabetes. I was seven months pregnant at the time and shared my family with interviewers.


A Chat with the Pharm D

Dr. Kimberly Lewis, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Campbell University, explains what diabetes is and the ways various diabetes medications affects different parts of the body.

Watch this clip to find out:
Why a doctor might prescribe one patient two types of diabetes medications?
Why type I diabetics should a Glucagon Kit?
What’s the difference between oral medications and injections?
The function of certain medications and which body parts they affect.


 

Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook

The Kitchen Diva beat Iron Chef Bobby Flay in a dual for the best Jerk Chicken. Now she shares with us her delicious recipes fit for the diabetes community. This episode is sure to awaken your taste buds.

Watch this clip to find out:
What we can expect to see in her latest book–A Diabetic Cookbook.
How she became the nationally renowned Kitchen Diva.
How she makes good food diabetic-friendly and tasteful.


 

A Diabetic Legend Mr. James Quander

Judge Rohulamin Quander shares stories about his father, Mr. James Quander who lived for 86 years and was a type I diabetic for eighty years. The Quander Quality is an autobiography that Judge Quander assisted his father in writing.

Watch this clip to find out:
What was life like for black diabetics in the early twentieth century?
How Mr. Quander lived with type I diabetes so long.
What his goals were in writing an autobiography.
What strategies did Mr. Quander have to deal with diabetes that enabled him to live a full life.