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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!!!

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Jan 23, 2017

DiabetesPowerShow
Version 2.0...The Next 10 Years


We're baaaack!


After a long winter break, we are back with a new and improved DiabetesPowerShow. Or as we like to call it...DiabetesPowerShow Version 2.0. 
We are excited about some great changes that are taking place in our little corner of the web.
Lori, the voice...


Sep 20, 2016

On today’s show, Charlie Cherry, Chris Moore, Theresa Moore, and Chris Daniel talk about...

The weather is starting to change, so it’s time to think about winterizing your Diabetes. What special things do you need to do in preparation for the cold weather and Diabetes?


Aug 29, 2016

On today's DiabetesPowerShow, Charlie Cherry, Chris Moore, Theresa Moore, Chris Daniel, and our official behind-the-scenes announcer, Lori Cherry, celebrate ten years…that's right…a full decade of Diabetes podcasting. In celebration of this milestone, we indulge ourselves, as we reminisce about the amazing adventure...


Aug 16, 2016

Here on DiabetesPowerShow, we have often said that "taking good care of yourself with Diabetes is not rocket science"...well...on today's show, we actually put that theory to the test...with an actual Rocket Scientist...really...a real live NASA Rocket Scientist!

Ernie Prado serves as a Technical Project Manager at...


Aug 9, 2016

On today’s DiabetesPowerShow, it’s all about blood glucose testing. Charlie, Chris, Theresa and Chris are joined by Dave, who has seen it all. He has had Type One Diabetes for 58 years, and has experienced the evolution of blood glucose testing, from the very early stages of development.