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Monthly Archive: August 2011

Celiabetes: Managing Diabetes And Celiac

Meet today's guest blogger, Michael DiFiore, a Marketing Associate on our Continuous Glucose Monitoring team. In this post Michael talks about living with type 1 diabetes and celiac, an autoimmune disease that affects the digestive system. According to the JDRF, he's not alone: 1 in 10 people with type 1 diabetes also have celiac.

Introducing Our New Mobile App: myMedtronic Connect

Here at Medtronic, in addition to consistently working on technologies to help improve your clinical outcomes, we're also working hard to find ways to make managing your diabetes more convenient. That includes keeping up with the technology of this "iPhone world" we now live in.

Medtronic Insulin Pump Security

Recently, the Associated Press ran an article about research presented at a computer security conference regarding the security of insulin pumps. We know this has been discussed quite a bit on Twitter and blogs such as Six Until Me and Scott Hanselman's Computer Zen this weekend so today we thought we'd take the opportunity

Meet Dr. John Mastrototaro

We're very pleased to introduce you to another one of our executives with a long history of working hard to improve the lives of people with diabetes. Dr. John Mastrototaro, Vice President of Research and Development for the Diabetes business unit of Medtronic, has been with us for more than 17 years.

Great Vacations – Even Without A Vacation From Diabetes

A while back you heard about Naomi's exciting Trip to India. Today, we hear from another world traveler from Medtronic. Elisa Marchetti is a Principal Human Resources Generalist in the Diabetes business unit of Medtronic. But here at The LOOP she's talking about how to travel without letting diabetes hold you back - from