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No Delivery Alarms: 10 Questions To Ask When You Hear That ‘Beep Beep Beep’

This morning when I was changing my site, I heard that "beep beep beep" that none of us likes to hear. I looked down at my insulin pump and saw an error that I have seen before "No Delivery." I know many of you have asked why this occurs, so I reached out to

6 Tips For A July 4th Celebration

July 4th is a great time to celebrate our nation's independence with friends and family, outdoor activities and (of course) food. As Americans, this is a holiday where we traditionally love to go big. If you have diabetes, a little restraint and planning might be in order, but there's no reason you can't go

Answers To Life’s Question Or Just The Diabetes Ones

As a person with diabetes for more than nine years, and a pumper for over seven, I have had my fair share of questions. Questions for my endocrinologist, questions for my general healthcare provider, questions for the 24-Hour HelpLine... When I have one of these questions come up, it's often followed by a second question:

TSA Screenings Update For People With Diabetes

Back in November, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) introduced new airport body scanners for passengers. We know that travelling with diabetes can be a bit nerve-wracking for some (just ask Karen Graffeo or Kelly Kunik). So it's no wonder that, six months later, airport security is still a hot topic coming into our 24-hour

Tips For Preventing Moisture Damage To Your Insulin Pump

When you think of the upcoming summer months you may think of ice cold lemonade, sun tanning at the beach, and splashing in the water to cool down. I grew up in India and then Texas, so I'm no stranger to the heat. Now that I live in L.A. I live close to the