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diabetes management Archive

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

Diabetes is an Art

For this blog, I am joined by Stephanie Taff RD, CDE, to help weigh in on the clinical benefits of the Insulin to Carb Ratio feature. Diabetes is an Art, But Not Always a Science Do you ever feel like an artist painting a diabetes management masterpiece?  Just like artists, we need to be

Innovator Interview: The MiniMed 630G System

It’s an exciting time at Medtronic Diabetes! With the recent launch of the MiniMed® 630G system there are many people that have been working tirelessly to bring this product to life and into your hands. Here’s an insider perspective from Afshin Bazargan, Director of Research and Technology Development. Outside of work, Afshin has two

Awkward Diabetes Moments: College Edition

A few years ago we shared this post from guest blogger, Katie Janowiak, and it’s one of our favorites so we wanted to bring it back! Today, Katie currently works as the Director of Communications at the Council of Michigan Foundations dedicating her time to philanthropy and grants. She’s also a brand new mom

Five Myths Of CGM

When first thinking about insulin pump therapy or continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), did you have questions or thoughts of what it might be like and how it would work? Maybe you were concerned about what taking the next step would be like? Or, you may have used CGM in the past, but with so