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Health and Wellness Archive

At The Heart Of Diabetes

As I am sure you already know, there are long-term complications associated with diabetes and the goal of effective diabetes management is to prevent these complications from developing. The most common long-term complication is heart disease, also called coronary artery disease and abbreviated as CAD.

Endo Appointment – Check; Upload – Check

It's that time again?the three-month check-in/check-up at the doctor's office. Time to get everything together: logbook, refills needed, questions or concerns jotted down. The part I used to dread was the most was the logbook part. Making sure I had the right cables for the right devices, uploading three devices (meter, pump and CGM) and

Arming Your Endo With Information: Uploading To CareLink

As an Endocrinologist it's important for me to have as much information as possible when I meet with a patient and their family. That's why CareLink is so important to me in my practice. It gives me more detailed information than blood work or what my patients typically volunteer.

Myth Vs. Fact: Weight Gain

One concern patients sometimes ask about before starting insulin pump therapy is weight gain. A common myth exists that going on a pump causes one to gain weight. While it is just a myth and using an insulin pump does not cause weight gain, many people taking insulin do gain weight. The question

Celiabetes: Managing Diabetes And Celiac

Meet today's guest blogger, Michael DiFiore, a Marketing Associate on our Continuous Glucose Monitoring team. In this post Michael talks about living with type 1 diabetes and celiac, an autoimmune disease that affects the digestive system. According to the JDRF, he's not alone: 1 in 10 people with type 1 diabetes also have celiac.