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Celebrating 13 years of podcasting, DivaTalkRadio is a service of Divabetic (Divabetic.org), a national health and wellness nonprofit, a forum for education, empowerment, and encouragement for those living with, at risk of and affected by diabetes, and a channel on a mission to glamorize good health. Hosted by the happiest health care "MC," Max “Mr. Divabetic” Szadek, DivaTalkRadio will change attitudes, boost spirits, encourage hope and motivate others to stay healthy with a feather boa, a smile, and a fabulous sense of style! DivaTalkRadio is the epicenter of the circle of care, a link between patients and their healthcare providers, a translator of clinical speak, and a bridge between denial and acceptance, fear and confidence. Divabetic was inspired by the late music legend Luther Vandross and created in 2005 by Max Szadek, who, as Vandross’ assistant of 14 years, witnessed his boss, mentor, and friend struggle in silence and solitude with diabetes and its related complications. President Barack Obama, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter have acknowledged Divabetic for its dedication and determination on behalf of the diabetes community. Through education, support, and a Glam More, Fear Less philosophy, Divabetic encourages a predominately female entourage to become wellness and health ambassadors to their families and their communities. Visit Divabetic on the web: www.divabetic.org.

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We're talking about kidney disease and diabetes on our 6th Anniversary Diabetes Late Nite podcast with musical inspiration from P.M. Dawn. Prince Be, the frontman for the psychedelic pop-rap group P.M. Dawn, which in the early... more

We're focusing on ‘KIDNEYS and DIABETES' with musical inspiration from A Tribe Called Quest. Phife Dawg, born Malik Taylor, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in May of 1990. Experiencing constant thirst and bathroom visits, his... more

We're talking about 'BODY IMAGE & DIABETES' with musical inspiration from Elle King. The raspy-voiced 26-year-old singer-songwriter, ­who made it to the top of the charts with her song, "Ex's and Oh's" is inspiring us to love... more

Tonight, we're talking about creating healthy morning routines related to diabetes wellness with musical inspiration from Rachel Platten. What's your morning routine? Does it consist of getting up, brushing your teeth, listening to music and... more

Tonight, we're talking about BLUES with musical inspiration from Etta James. Etta James is a Grammy Award-winning singer known for hit songs like "I'd Rather Go Blind" and "At Last.? Etta James was born Jamesetta Hawkins on January 25,... more

Tonight we're turning up the volume on our ‘GLAM MORE, FEAR LESS' philosophy and talking about ‘SEXY SHOES YOU CAN DANCE IN' with musical inspiration from Tamar Braxton. Find a great looking pair of shoes that... more

Tonight Mr. Divabetic kicks off the New Year with musical inspiration of Adele. Every story that Adele is telling on her album, ?25? with every song, with every line, is a story that has left a scar on her heart. If you struggled managing your... more

Mr. Divabetic takes a '50 Shades of Gray' approach to talking about diabetes and aging during this lively hour of diabetes education and empowerment. As you age, you may be most aware of your new gray hairs and wrinkles, but aging causes... more

Tonight the happy healthcare host, Mr. Divabetic hopes to encourage you to not let diabetes dim your holiday spirit with musical inspiration from Mariah Carey. Mariah Carey's ?Merry Christmas? album is the best selling Christmas album of... more

Tonight's Diabetes Late Nite is inspired by the iconic musical group, The Isley Brothers. Marvin Isley was the youngest member and bass guitarist of the Isley Brothers. Marvin remained a member until complications from his longtime... more
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