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Monthly Archive: January 2017

10 Ways to Care for Your MiniMed Insulin Pump

In time, your MiniMed® insulin pump will become your side-kick. It will go everywhere with you and will be by your side through many highs and lows (figuratively and literally!) Since it will go along with you for so many life adventures, why not take a few extra minutes to keep your side-kick in

Sign Up for Auto Reorder – One Less Thing to Worry About!

From infusion sets and reservoirs, to sensors, test strips, tapes, prep wipes, and even batteries for your insulin pump – it may sometimes seem like the list of supplies you need to keep track of is never-ending. We have an easy solution to making sure you have most of your diabetes supplies covered. You

Behind the Photo: Jonni Lightfoot

Today, we’re introducing you to a REAL MiniMed pumper who is featured on our website. Meet MiniMed Ambassador Jonni Lightfoot. Jonni allowed our photographers to follow him around for a day, so we could get some shots of what his daily life typically looks like. Jonni is a professional musician and travels around 220

Using My Endocrinologist to Find My Healthcare Team

Has anyone else experienced the frustration of finding a new doctor outside of your endocrinologist? There are so many things that my endo can touch on medically, but we all know the importance of having a good Primary Care doctor, an ophthalmologist, a podiatrist, (if you are female) a gynecologist, and even having an

DiabetesSistersVoices: Gain Support and Help Research

As a patient living with diabetes, social media has become an important part of my life. It’s where I connect with others who have diabetes for support and advice. It’s where I learn about the newest technologies and innovations that can keep me healthy. It doesn’t take the place of my doctors, but it