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Diabetics Behaving Badly: Confessions of a Type 2 Insulin Junkiee

Diabetics Behaving Badly: Confessions of a Type 2 Insulin Junkiee

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Lunghezza: 116 pagine1 ora

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There's nothing funny about diabetes. But from the mind of Al Stevens, long-time columnist for Dr. Dobb's Journal, stand-up comedian, and author of "Politically Incorrect Scripts for Comedy Ventriloquists," the lighter side of the disease can make you laugh while it scares the crap out of you with its potential for ruining and shortening your life.

From his first diagnosis, which he blames on a topless bar, to memory losses and hallucinations, to getting thrown out of a pharmacy, Stevens tells with good nature and humor the story of his thirty-plus years coping with diabetes.

Whether you're a diabetic, related to one, or have one as a friend—which most people do—you will gain new insight into the disease that Stevens calls "public enemy number three." You might even pick up some pointers on how to cope, what to do, and, by example, what not to do.

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Diabetics Behaving Badly: Confessions of a Type 2 Insulin Junkiee

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Informazioni sul libro

Diabetics Behaving Badly: Confessions of a Type 2 Insulin Junkiee

Lunghezza: 116 pagine1 ora

Descrizione

There's nothing funny about diabetes. But from the mind of Al Stevens, long-time columnist for Dr. Dobb's Journal, stand-up comedian, and author of "Politically Incorrect Scripts for Comedy Ventriloquists," the lighter side of the disease can make you laugh while it scares the crap out of you with its potential for ruining and shortening your life.

From his first diagnosis, which he blames on a topless bar, to memory losses and hallucinations, to getting thrown out of a pharmacy, Stevens tells with good nature and humor the story of his thirty-plus years coping with diabetes.

Whether you're a diabetic, related to one, or have one as a friend—which most people do—you will gain new insight into the disease that Stevens calls "public enemy number three." You might even pick up some pointers on how to cope, what to do, and, by example, what not to do.

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