JANUARY 2023, ISSUE 171
News You Can Use
Year in Review
2022 was another busy year for DiabetesSisters. We grew our PODS Meetup program, hosted our 8th Annual Leadership Institute, launched the #TruthOverStigma campaign, and continued to expand our partnerships and work to support and educate women with all types of diabetes.

CEO Of Your Health
In business, CEOs work with experts and surround themselves with a strong team. As a patient, do you do this for your health? Learn how to be the CEO of Your Health with our toolkit full of resources.

La Directora General de Su Salud
En los negocios, los directores ejecutivos trabajan con expertos y se rodean de un equipo fuerte. Como paciente, ¿hace usted esto por su salud? Aprenda a ser el La Directora General de Su Salud con nuestro conjunto de herramientas lleno de recursos.

Our Mission Statement
DiabetesSisters is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the health and quality of life of women with diabetes and to advocate on their behalf.

From the Experts
10 Ways to Cut 100 Calories
If you're looking to manage your weight, remember that little choices can add up to big impacts. Toby Smithson, MS, RDN, LD, CDCES, gets us going with 10 simple tips to help you cut 100 calories without feeling like you're missing out.

Easy Self-Care for 2023
Dr. Staci-Marie Norman, PharmD, DCES, teaches us to show ourselves a little love with some easy tips to improve our physical and psychological health in 2023. Now is the perfect time to pick your favorite and get started.

Small Changes for a Healthy 2023
It can be easy to prioritize other people or things and forget to consider our own health and well-being. But you matter! Kathryn Gentile, MS, ACSM-CEP, CDCES,
shares little changes to make a big difference in your health and happiness.

Real Stories
Liz
Liz discusses the cultural stigma she feels around type 2 diabetes. She shares how connecting with the diabetes community, especially other women of color, has made a huge difference for her.

Amy
After decades of struggling with diabetes management, Amy found a healthcare team who worked with her to achieve her goals. When she was later hit by a New York City express bus, crushing her right leg, diabetes impacted her rehabilitation during recovery.

Featured Resources
Conozca cómo se fijan los precios de los medicamentos y los copagos
El sistema de salud de los EE. UU. es complejo, especialmente en lo que respecta al costo de los medicamentos. Nuestro recurso Conozca cómo se fijan los precios de los medicamentos y los copagos
brinda algunos consejos para obtener el precio más bajo para los medicamentos recetados que necesita.

Understanding Drug Pricing
and Co-Pays
The U.S. healthcare system is complex, especially regarding the cost of medications. Our Understanding Drug Pricing and Co-Pays resource provides some tips for getting the lowest price for the prescription drugs you need.

Support Us
DiabetesSisters helps connect women living with diabetes through peer support, education, and advocacy that improves their health and quality of life.

Since 2008, your dollars have allowed us to grow our programs and services, serving thousands of women each year.

Your online shopping can make a difference. Choose DiabetesSisters as your AmazonSmile charity, and a portion of your sale will be donated to us.

Shop using our AmazonSmile link and turn on AmazonSmile in your Amazon mobile apps.
A Diabetes Care and Education Specialist can make managing your diabetes easier.

They work with you to develop a plan to stay healthy and give you the tools and ongoing support to make that plan a regular part of your life.
Watch Myabetic Diabetes TV, a FREE streaming service featuring shows created specifically for PWDs. Search “Myabetic Diabetes TV” in the App Store.

And use promo code DSISTERS when shopping Myabetic for 15% off your purchase.
Join us for encouragement, education, and peer support. Women age 18 and older, living with any type of diabetes or prediabetes, are warmly welcome.
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