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Monthly Archive: September 2012

Calibration Tips For New CGM Users

Today, I'm excited to introduce Lori Schlosser, mother of 14-year-old Noah, who lives with Type 1 Diabetes. In today's guest post, Lori shares with us some of the challenges that parents face when raising a child with Type 1 Diabetes as well as some tips she has learned since Noah's recent incorporation of CGM

Meet Theresa: Living With Type 2 Diabetes

Today, we hear from Theresa Reynoso, who shares a very difficult story. She lost her son at age 19 from Type 1 diabetes and talks about her day-to-day management of her own Type 2 diabetes. She says it's not easy, but with the help of her insulin pump, it makes managing her diabetes a

Screening For Type 1 Diabetes

You may remember today's guest blogger Amanda Griswold from earlier this year, when she and her husband Brett shared with us their unusual love story. Today we're lucky to have her back to talk about the couple's decision to have their son screened for autoantibodies predictive of the development of Type 1 Diabetes through

The Results Are In! We Are Proud To Introduce Our Back-To-School Contest Winners

We've been inspired with how our community came together during our Back-to-School Facebook contest and shared such thoughtful tips for effective diabetes management for students of all ages. Our voting period wrapped up this past Thursday September 13th, and it's time to announce our three winners!

Meet Your Individual Needs Using Basal Patterns

I typically use most of the options my insulin pump offers, from linking my blood glucose meter to communicate with my pump, to using temporary basal rates when I need to. One feature that I never understood (and was somewhat intimidated by) was basal patterns. I didn't fully get why I would need