Congratulations, Big Blue Testers!! Another year, and another 20,000 Big Blue Tests done. We’ve watched you guys share the experience on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and we are thoroughly amazed at how dedicated so many of you have been to Read on! →
For the past week, students at Minnetonka Middle School in Minnesota have logged each of the P.E. classes as a Big Blue Test – helping us reach the goal of 20,000 tests logged. A group of young people there have Read on! →
This is a guest post written by John Sjölund. Today is the last day to participate in the Big Blue Test program coordinated by the Diabetes Hands Foundation. And to help in their goal to reach 20,000 Big Blue Test logs, I Read on! →
You exercise, we give. Big Blue Test was cleverly designed so that all parties can add a ‘#winning’ to their photos, tweets and Facebook posts. Everyone wins. You’ve been doing Big Blue Test now for nearly a month, or… you’re Read on! →
The following was written by Susan Weiner, MS, RDE, CDE, CDN and author of “The Complete Diabetes Organizer: Your Guide to a Less Stressful and More Manageable Diabetes Life”, Spry Publishing 2013 Do you feel like you’re alone when you Read on! →
Hey Folks! Heather Gabel here, reporting to you LIVE from the Diabetes Hands Foundation headquarters in Berkeley, California! Last Saturday I talked to you about the six reasons why I do Big Blue Test everyday in this video: BUT I Read on! →
Wondering what all your hard earned exercise logging has done for the diabetes community via Big Blue Test? Let’s start with a short hop, skip, and a jump over the Bay Bridge from the Diabetes Hands Foundation headquarters in Berkeley, Read on! →
If your children’s schools have a newsletter or a email list that goes out, here’s a great example of a story you can submit asking for help to promote World Diabetes Day and The Big Blue Test: This is a Read on! →
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Brad (Meter Boy of the Diabetes Hero Squad) talking about the Big Blue Test! After watching Brad give you the skinny, check out the Diabetes Hero Squad.
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