Halloween is almost here - that time of year to get creative and don your favorite costume. But if you're an all-year-round diabetes superhero and wear an insulin pump or CGM, how does that fit into your October 31st ensemble?
On Saturday September 17, I participated in a remarkable event: the first ever Diabetes Mine Innovation Summit, held at Stanford University concurrently with the Health 2.0 Conference. Forty people attended the all-day, intensive interactive session facilitated by IDEO, one of the world's leading design firms. Firms in attendance included Abbott, Agamatrix, Caleritas, DexCom, Johnson
Today our guest blogger is a very familiar face and voice to the DOC - Allison Blass, assistant editor at Diabetes Mine. She also writes on her personal blog, Lemonade Life. A diabetes blogger since her teen years, Allison is now a newlywed. (Say it with me...awwwwwww.....)So, who better to share with The LOOP
Last time, we heard from Lindsey Burch about her participating in the upcoming Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon. Today, we hear from another Global Hero ? Lindsay Gossack from Seattle, Washington. We know Lindsay has done a lot of prep for this race and wish her the best! From everyone at The LOOP, all
Today, we hear from Lindsey Burch, a science and math teacher from Mission, Kansas who is also a Global Hero. What's a Global Hero you ask? Well, it's a runner who benefits from a medical device to treat a chronic disease (i.e. diabetes) and has been chosen to run (for free) the Medtronic Twin