Monthly Archive: May 2013

An International Diabetes Perspective: Kyle Jacques Rose

Today, it's my pleasure to introduce you to Kyle Jacques Rose, a true global ambassador for diabetes. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 16, Kyle has quite a story. His career has evolved from engineer to professional athlete/diabetes advocate to university faculty at INSEAD; he speaks four languages and has resided

Blog Roundup: Summertime Water Tips

One of the first questions I had when I first got my MiniMed insulin pump was, "How do I wear my pump in places that have water, like a beach?" I soon found out that there are several options and sometimes it just takes some extra thought into how you're going to handle it

From Resenting To Accepting My Diabetes

When I met Amanda Bauer online through the diabetes community and found out she has diabetes and LOVES her pink insulin pump and pink mio infusion set, I knew that we would become fast friends since we have that in common! That's exactly what happened with Amanda and me. Amanda is 20 years old,

Diabetes Education And Camping

As the school year comes to a close, we begin to shift our mindset into summer mode and all of the activities that go along with the season. Diabetes Camp is a great opportunity for kids to get active, make new friends and learn more about diabetes management. However, for many parents of kids

A Back-Up Insulin Pump In Your Bag

One of the reasons that we post on The LOOP is to educate our customers on the benefits and value added resources available to them. It seems like one topic that there's always an appetite to learn more about is travel! There are questions like how to go through airport security, what to do