I've just found out recently that one of my favorite informative television series dLife: For Your Diabetes no longer airs on CNBC but online instead; while this may be good news for some or many, there is one thing that still concerns me. What if an individual is unable to view that particular show due to limited internet access or something else along that nature? The first time that I've had the pleasure of viewing dLife was a few years ago and since that time, I've always recorded the series on my HD DVR so that I'll never miss a single informative episode because I truly feel that dLife has become a lifeline in regards to fighting and conquering diabetes; I've had Type II diabetes for over 10 years now and everyday it continues to be a struggle for me without a doubt. I've had my share of ups and downs that became literally life or death for me; my mom and grandfather suffered from the dreadful disease with my grand dad losing his big toe & succumbing to the illness later on in his life. My mother also had diabetes due in part to the family history but that wasn't the reason why she passed away; stage 4 uterine cancer took away the most wonderful friend and awe-inspiring source of mother inspiration that a girl could ask for. Everyday I miss her but I know she's looking down at me with that wonderful smile of hers and watching over me; in all I'm very grateful for the endearing wondrous support that I've received here since becoming a member of Diabetic Connect. Has anyone experienced the same situation in regards to dLife no longer airing on local television? If there's anything else that I can say in regards to the matter at hand, it's that I wish it could air on a different TV channel instead of being solely available online only.
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