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Living with diabetes is hard. How do other folks cope with the daily challenges? How is technology changing the way we manage the disease? Who's not letting diabetes stop them from living their best life? The Diabetes Dish, produced by OnTrackDiabetes.com (OTD), and hosted by OTD Editor Ann Gault, has something for everyone. Whether you're managing type 1 or 2 diabetes, or prediabetes, you'll learn, laugh and be inspired by our guests.
 
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Hear legends of the Southwest Conference swap stories in this episode of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame Podcast. Southwest Conference greats such as Heisman Trophy winner Andre Ware and Texas A&M football coach Jackie Sherrill were on hand the first annual Southwest Conferece Legends Golf Tournament and Reunion. The socially-distanced event was host…
 
Few players have dominated a sport like Maureen Connolly conquered tennis. The teenage phenom captured 9 Grand Slam titles in her three short years of competitive play before a horse riding accident prematurely ended her career. She remains one of only five players to win all four Grand Slam tournaments in a single calendar year and won both Wimble…
 
R.C. Slocum is the winningest head coach in Texas A&M football history. He guided the Aggies to three straight Southwest Conference championships and one Big 12 title. He is the only head coach in Southwest Conference history to amass a winning percentage of over .800. Hear Coach Slocum share stories of growing up in Orange, Texas and playing high …
 
Greg Swindell is a University of Texas pitching icon. He still holds school records over 30 years after creating history. The Cleveland Indians selected Swindell as the second-overall pick in baseball's amateur draft in June of 1986 and he was already pitching in the majors for good by that August. Swindell pitched for 17 seasons at the major leagu…
 
Larry Dierker shares fantastic stories from his major league baseball playing and managerial career in this episode of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame Podcast. He pitched his first major league game on his 18th birthday, and shares his pitching strategies against legendary stars such as Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente, and Joe Morgan. Larry played on th…
 
The 2019 Texas Sports Hall of Fame welcomed seven new members in 2019: Maureen Connolly Brinker (aka "Little Mo"), Tony Franklin, Andre Johnson, Nancy Lieberman, Loyd Phillips, Greg Swindell, and Jason Witten. Listen to memories of the induction ceremony, hearing great stories from the living inductees as well as Maureen Connolly's daughter, who ac…
 
As Texas Tech celebrates its first-ever Final Four appearance, we celebrate the life and career of Gerald Myers. Myers coached the Red Raiders men’s basketball team from 1971-1991. Later, he became Texas Tech’s athletic director. Listen to Myers tell great stories of growing up in Borger, Texas, playing basketball at Texas Tech in their first years…
 
Dexcom Chief Technology Officer, Jake Leach, shares news of recent technological breakthroughs designed to improve life for people with diabetes. Learn how you can get your blood glucose levels in real time by using a new app to "ask Siri" for the information. Could this groundbreaking technology eliminate finger pricks forever?…
 
Jerry LeVias overcame both polio and racial segregation to star for SMU in the 1960s. He integrated the Southwest Conference as the first black scholarship athlete in Southwest Conference football history. He earned consensus All-American honors in 1968 before being drafted by the Houston Oilers. In this second part of a two-part series, Jerry shar…
 
Jerry LeVias overcame both polio and racial segregation to star for SMU in the 1960s. He integrated the Southwest Conference as the first black scholarship athlete in Southwest Conference football history. He earned consensus All-American honors in 1968 before being drafted by the Houston Oilers. In this first episode of a two-part series, Jerry ta…
 
Texas Sports Hall of Fame member and NFL legend Raymond Berry shares stories from his life and career. Raymond discusses the details of playing with Johnny Unitas and in the legendary 1958 NFL Championship Game, and coaching the New England Patriots into Super Bowl 20. He also talks about growing up in Paris, Texas and playing college football at S…
 
Losing weight isn't easy and unfortunately, there's no quick fix. In this frank discussion, diabetes nutrition expert and author Hope Warshaw, explains why changing unhealthy habits can be so challenging and what you need to do to be successful at losing weight. You'll also learn why the most difficult aspect of weight loss is often maintaining it!…
 
If you are a certified diabetes educator (CDE) or the parent of a child living with type 1 diabetes, you'll want to listen to this informative conversation between Quinn Nystrom, a type 1 who also battles bulimia and Jenaca Beagley, a nurse who treats the condition at Center for Change in Utah. The two recently conducted research that tells us more…
 
Randy Jackson has lived with type 2 diabetes for nearly 2 decades. Ignoring advice from his dentist who had noticed signs of diabetes in Randy's mouth, the award-winning producer and former American Idol judge landed in the ER with a blood sugar over 500 mg/dL. Today, thankfully, his diabetes is well controlled. Randy has teamed up with Colgate too…
 
Cliff Gustafson coached the University of Texas baseball team from 1968 - 1996. He won national championships in 1975 and 1983. He coached many future major league stars including Burt Hooton, Roger Clemens, Greg Swindell, and Keith Moreland. Hear amazing stories from Texas Sports Hall of Famer Cliff Gustafson's life as well as the backstories to t…
 
Dr. Scott Cunneen performs more than 100 weight loss or metabolic surgeries each year on people with type 2 diabetes. Hear why it's a safe and successful procedure and learn if it can be a game changer for you. Dr, Cunneen is the director of metabolic and bariatric surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and the co-author (with OnTrac…
 
The price of insulin in the US has more than doubled since 2012. As a result, the cost of this life-saving hormone is out of reach for many people with diabetes. Some try to make it last longer by rationing the expensive substance, putting their lives at risk. Alec Smith tragically lost his life in June 2017, a few weeks after his 26th birthday, fr…
 
Obesity is a complicated problem in our society. If you are a person struggling with weight loss you will find validation, comfort and practical tips in this podcast. Two experts—Amy Hess-Fischl, a certified diabetes educator and Dr. Michael McGee, a psychiatrist who specializes in treating addictions—address the emotional side of eating, explain t…
 
Gene Stallings -- a Junction Boy and revered head coach. Stallings discusses his life and career. Hear his memories of playing and coaching under Bear Bryant, coaching Texas A&M to the Cotton Bowl, working as an assistant under Tom Landry with the Dallas Cowboys, and winning the national championship as head coach with Alabama. Former players Cliff…
 
Texas Sports Hall of Famer KEN HOUSTON discusses his life and storied NFL career with the Houston Oilers and Washington Redskins. Hear him share new stories about his famous play stopping Walt Garrison of the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football, his growing up in Lufkin, TX, and how a college football practice nearly ended his career before it …
 
Daniele Hargenrader, aka the Diabetes Dominator, has been there. After suddenly losing her father at the age of 12, she found comfort in food and ate her way to weighing more than 200 pounds in just a few months. Learn how after many unsuccessful attempts to lose weight and get her blood sugar under control, she finally figured out a simple system …
 
Chef Doreen Colondres, a celebrity chef, cookbook author and founder of The Kitchen Doesn't Bite website is on a mission to get everyone eating more home-cooked meals made with fresh ingredients. Her easy-to-prepare, healthy recipes were inspired by having grandparents with diabetes and a backyard garden in Puerto Rice with 30 fresh ingredients—and…
 
The Diabetes Dish catches up with Jonathan Tijerina, a busy Stanford Medical Student and future plastic surgeon who was diagnosed 13 years ago with type 1 diabetes. Hear Jonathan’s interesting background story that includes a traumatic conversation he had with a unsympathetic doctor and why he spends his lunchtimes teaching his peers to have more e…
 
In this revealing podcast, type 1 writer Quinn Nystrom opens up about her eating disorder struggle. Her message of hope will inspire anyone currently battling this difficult problem. Quinn Nystrom, type 1 writer, author and public speaker has been traveling across the country as the national diabetes ambassador for the Center for Change speaking ou…
 
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