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diabetes management Archive

Creating T1D Goals for a Fun and Healthy Summer

Many of us have very different routines when it comes to the summer. For MiniMed Ambassador, Addie, it’s no different. Read her goals this summer, while she manages her diabetes with the MiniMed 630G system and takes some time to enjoy everything she didn’t get a chance to during her first year of college!

Giving Up Diabetes Management to A Device

It’s been so exciting to see some of our MiniMed Ambassadors transition to the MiniMed 670G system as part of the Customer Training Phase. It’s also been interesting to hear how many of them have had to shift their thinking when it comes to starting on the system. Today, hear from Ambassador, Phyllis, on

Tackling Sports and Exercise with T1D

You might remember MiniMed Ambassador, Chris, from some of his previous blogs. Today, Chris, who uses the MiniMed 530G system has some tips about exercising with an insulin pump and how to get the most out of your time playing sports. Editor’s Note: If you’ve recently transitioned to our MiniMed 670G system, note that

Nikhita Answers Your MiniMed 670G System Questions

When I first met Nikhita, she was one of only a handful of people I had talked with who had real-life experience with the MiniMed 670G system. While I had been in many, many meetings about this exciting technology, I was so excited to hear what it was really like for those in the

9 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Doctor’s Appointment

Sometimes my head spins because of everything I have to deal with on a daily basis. Some of it is life-related, but much of it has to do with diabetes logistics. There is so much to manage (both big and small details) with daily care. Let’s see…day-to-day tasks might include checking blood sugar, counting