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What I Wish I Had Known When I Was Diagnosed with Diabetes

Being diagnosed with diabetes is hard, especially when you don’t know others who are living with diabetes and can support you with the types of questions you should ask or the options available.

Tips for Customizing Your CGM Alert Settings

Using a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) offers many benefits that can help with your diabetes management. A CGM allows you to see a new sensor glucose reading every 5 minutes which can show you the effects that diet, exercise, and medication can have on your glucose levels. When using the Guardian Sensor 3, there
MiniMed 770G system

Medtronic Announces FDA Approval for MiniMed 770G Insulin Pump System

For people on the MiniMed 770G system, the MiniMed Mobile app mirrors the pump screen to allow you to see your pump and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) data on your personal phone.
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Back to School with Type 1 Diabetes

It’s a time of year parents usually look forward to—the beginning of the school year. But this year, many parents and students are facing anxiety and uncertainty during the unprecedented circumstances of the continuing global pandemic and what it will mean for the school system. For our Medtronic Diabetes Ambassador, Amy, who is a

What You Should Know About COVID-19

  The year 2020 has certainly thrown all of us a curve ball! Since the introduction of COVID-19, from directions to shelter-in-place, wear masks in public, and remain socially distant from others, to local toilet paper shortages, we’ve experienced more than most of us could have ever imagined! While much of what’s happening with