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Back to College with Diabetes

You may remember Medtronic Diabetes Ambassador, Addie from her thoughts on being in high school with diabetes and navigating her first year of college. Today, we asked her to share how she’s feeling about going into her junior year of college. I like to think that I am officially an expert at the whole

FDA Approves the MiniMed 670G System for Children 7-13

The Big News I have been personally touched by the inspiring stories of children and their families. Juggling school tests and carb counts. Middle of the night finger pokes. Highs and lows, physically and emotionally. And while my three children don’t have diabetes, I know the feeling of wanting the very best for them

5 Can’t Miss Trends from the 2018 ADA Scientific Sessions

  One of my favorite people is Dr. Francine Kaufman, our Chief Medical Officer. With a long and inspiring career as a world-leading pediatric endocrinologist, researcher, author and humanitarian, she is a powerful thought leader and tireless advocate for people with diabetes. Next week, she’ll attend the 78th American Diabetes Association (ADA) Scientific Sessions

Now Available – the Guardian Connect Smart CGM System with the Sugar.IQ diabetes assistant!

In March, we announced FDA approval of the world’s first Smart1 CGM, the Guardian Connect system. This all new continuous glucose monitor is specifically designed to provide valuable insights – right on your smartphone – so you can take action2 against highs and lows. If you inject insulin or manage diabetes with oral medication, I’m

5 Things I’ve Learned Living With Diabetes and Celiac Disease

Adjusting to living with diabetes can be difficult. Especially when it comes to what you’re eating and how the foods you eat might impact your glucose levels. Add to that Celiac disease and food options impact your day-to-day even more. Today, we asked MiniMed Ambassador, Cara, to share what life has been like since