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DiabetesPowerShow.com has been a mainstay in the Diabetes community for more than 10 years. This popular podcast is dedicated to helping people with Diabetes to "Live a Life Full of Power, Passion and Positive Possibilities as we all Thrive with this thing called Diabetes”. Whether you have Type 1, Type 2, or are a family member, friend or loved one of someone with Diabetes (what we call Type 3), we've got you covered, with “all things Diabetes” in an entertaining and motivational way. ENJOY THE SHOW!!!

DiabetesPowerShow.com

Sep 6, 2010

Happy Birthday to Theresa Moore!

Our guest today is Andy Ebon. Andy is public speaker, author, blogger and business consultant, specializing in the Wedding Industry. He is also a Type 2 Diabetic, having been diagnosed as such in February 2006. He is experiencing all the usual challenges of a Type 2 Diabetic, plus the difficulties associated with traveling more than 100 days a year pursuing his public speaking career.
Andy has recently launched a blog to discuss his personal experiences with managing stress, energy, and the mood swings that often accompany his Diabetic life. The blog is called "New York Moments: Musings and Outbursts from a Las Vegas Type 2 Diabetic".
It can be found at www.NewYorkMoments.net

Special guest: Cameron (Charlie's Grandson) joins Papa in studio for an in-depth discussion about life and philosophy. Cameron is 7 1/2 months old.


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