Diabetes Resources on Twitter

So the new craze these days has been the micro-blogging site Twitter. Twitter allows users to send updates to their friends about pretty much whatever they want. They only catch is that the updates need to be made in 140 characters or less. So if you’re new to Twitter, what exactly is the benefit of joining? Well there are a few actually: you can keep up with friends, but also celebrities, companies and trending topics. Also, Twitter allows you to follow the accounts that you’re interested in so you can constantly be receiving their updates. Even if you don’t want to sign up for an account, you should keep track of the following diabetes accounts in Twitter. They offer great info and things to keep in mind:


There are definitely others, but the accounts above are a great start to get your feet wet with the Twitter concept. You may even get hooked.

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