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diabetes supplies Archive

Diabetes Show And Tell: Jaquita

Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 8, MiniMed Ambassador, Jaquita, struggled with diabetes throughout her teen years, but she never let it her stop her from becoming a mother of a vibrant little boy (and another on the way!), wife, colleague, and professional. She was introduced to insulin pump therapy in

Diabetes Show and Tell: Jonni Lightfoot

MiniMed Ambassador and professional musician, Jonni Lightfoot, has been living with type 1 diabetes since the age of 27 and pumping since age 29. You may remember the Air Supply bassist and band leader from his past LOOP blog posts, Rock N Roll Road Trip with Diabetes and A Little Help from a Friend:

Diabetes Show And Tell: Caroline Carter

Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the 5th grade, after a bout with mononucleosis (mono), MiniMed Ambassador, Caroline Carter, shares some of her diabetes insights, from what she carries in her bag, to her favorite awkward diabetes moment, to her diabetes superhero. You may remember this New Hampshire native from her past LOOP blog

Diabetes Show and Tell: Karen Graffeo

Q. What diabetes items do you typically carry in your bag? I’m a chronic over packer, so it might be quicker to tell you what diabetes items I DON’T carry in my bag! But seriously, no cute little clutch bags for me – I carry a big purse loaded with diabetes supplies. The front

Diabetes Show and Tell: Kelly Kunik

Diabetesaliciousness blogger, Kelly Kunik, shared her One Spooky Halloween Diagnosis story with us back in October, and has joined us again today to share some of her most memorable moments living with type 1 diabetes. Kelly was not alone in her diabetes diagnosis, as 4 of her 8 immediate family members were also diagnosed