Official Article Here: http://blog.accepted.com/patient-to-physician-a-do-student-shares-her-journey/ This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with medical school applicants and students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top medical schools and the med school application process. And now, introducing Hannah Hamlin… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what… Continue reading Patient to Physician – a DO student shares her journey
Some days you do everything right. You take insulin for every meal, count the carbs in your food, and test your blood sugar way more than your doc actually recommends. You follow protocol to a T and it just doesn’t work out. Days like this it’s easy to feel defeated. In medicine they like… Continue reading Is it the patients that are ‘uncompliant’ and ‘uncontrolled’, or is it the system?
My first podcast! I had a blast recording this with Robert M. Howe from Diabetics Doing Things. He has an awesome podcast that I look forward to every week. It’s down-to-earth, fun, and talks about what living with diabetes is really like. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN! It’s also free on itunes. You can search Diabetics Doing… Continue reading Podcast Interview: Diabetics Doing Medical School
Today is my ten year ‘dia-versary’ and I will celebrate LIVING with Type 1 Diabetes. Recently, I have spent a lot of time reflecting on my health journey and how it has shaped who I am today. I have grown out of my aversion to needles and I have learned that there is so much… Continue reading A Decade with Diabetes
Sometimes you just have to sit back and say, “Thanks universe for letting me live through that one”. Today was a pretty terrifying day with Type 1 Diabetes. I went to my Integrative Medicine Practitioner’s office to receive a high dose vitamin and mineral IV. I was getting this treatment to help fight a chronic… Continue reading Type 1 Diabetes and Nutritional IV Therapy
Life is as busy as you make it. Recently, I have been choosing to have an action packed life and it certainly has been fast paced. When I began my ketogenic journey, I implemented lots of time and thought into what I was eating, when I was eating, and why I was eating it. I… Continue reading Mindful Eating: A key to appetite regulation
After two weeks of working with my physician, the insurance company, and the pharmacy I received my new ketone meter in the mail. I was so excited to have a new tool to get numeric feedback instead of resorting to the color-guessing-game with urine ketone strips.