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A personal experience with My Insights

A personal experience with My Insights for the MiniMed™ 770G system   Medtronic’s first-of-its-kind program, My Insights, brings you a new email exclusively available to individuals using the MiniMed™ 770G insulin pump and Guardian™ Sensor 3. It’s a monthly Medtronic dashboard that shares insights like you’ve never seen before, with personalized tips based on

Who’s ready to dance?

Music festival season is in full swing, and Medtronic Ambassador Maya recently attended EDC in Las Vegas and has the inside scoop! From diabetes supply kit items and hypo snacks to safety precautions and personal recommendations – continue reading for all the details! Who’s ready to dance?! One of my favorite hobbies is attending

Swimming with diabetes. Let’s dive in!

As a person with diabetes, you may have a lot of questions about swimming and how it may affect you— but there’s one thing that’s certain; swimming is a great way to exercise and have fun in the sun. Still, you should keep a few things in mind before you take the plunge. Tips

My Experience with Every Medtronic Infusion Set

Naomi is a Medtronic employee. Thoughts and opinions are her own, and individual results may vary. Whether I’m rearranging the furniture or getting a new hairstyle, change is something that I welcome! After getting diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 12, my life became structured very quickly which made me want

What you need to know about donating blood when you have diabetes

Donating blood is a selfless way to help others. A variety of medical conditions require regular blood transfusions — and regular blood donations make this possible. But people with diabetes should carefully consider any medical procedures involving blood, as their health depends on stable blood glucose and insulin levels. The good news is that