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Happy Friday, everyone. I hope you’re wearing blue today to recognize and support everyone living with and affected by diabetes. So in that vein, let me say Happy #BlueFridays!

Now, on to today’s links for your perusal:
 
 
Every so often, I go to this site to read what people write. I may have also written something there once. Sometimes, it’s a real help to have a place to unload, and to read and know you’re not alone. Thanks to Christopher Snider for creating
MyDiabetesSecret.com
 
 
Do you ever find yourself straining to understand or explain terms like average glucose, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation? Want to know more about what you’re looking at in those CGM or meter downloads? Then you’re going to want to keep this article from Adam Brown and Divya Gopisetty at diaTribe handy. Spoiler alert: it includes examples too!
Understanding Average Glucose, Standard Deviation, CV, and Blood Sugar Variability
 
 
I don’t quite know how to explain this story, but it involves sunscreen, moisturizers, pump and CGM placement, and it’s not porn. But, as Kelly Kunik will tell you, the struggle is real.
Diabetes Hardware & The Moisturizer/Sunscreen Chess Game
 
 
I’m always jealous of Renza Scibilia, because she gets to travel to amazing conferences where things like #DOCDay happen, like at the annual EASD conference in Berlin recently. Her mention of the new Diatravellers initiative caught my eye too.
#DOCDAY at EASD2018
 
 
Read anything fun, inspiring, or interesting lately? Please share! In the meantime, enjoy your weekend, and I’ll catch up with you next week.

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