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WINTERTIME ROUNDUP: HOLIDAY EDITION

December can be a very busy month when many people celebrate various holidays, spend time with family and friends near and far, and/or ring in the New Year. It can be a lot of excitement and a lot to think about ? in addition to thinking about diabetes! So we rounded up a few

Front of Line Access to the MiniMed 670G System

Want to get front of the line access to the MiniMed 670G system when it becomes available in the spring? Here’s how! In this video, Naomi and I explain the new Priority Access program. Visit www.medtronicdiabetes.com/priority-access to learn more. Editors Note: Due to overwhelming demand, we’ve been able to extend this program to customers

Chill Out Sugar, It’s Just Diabetes

We’re a big fan of all the pictures we see from MiniMed Ambassador, Justina McConnell, that feature her new MiniMed 630G system. Especially because she makes it all look so easy (which we know it’s not)! Enjoy these and also check our Instagram page in November where Justina will be taking over. I’m a

Living Alone with Diabetes

Ever concerned about living alone with diabetes? Like most other things, it just means some extra preparation and a little occasional help from your friends.  Today, MiniMed Ambassador Leslie Kramer tells us how she does it. Almost 40 years ago a very wise woman, my mother, allowed me to make the most important decision

Studying Abroad with Type 1 Diabetes

Today, I’d like to introduce you to MiniMed Ambassador, Lorna Meinke. Lorna’s adventurous lifestyle intrigued us, especially when we heard that she’s studied aboard twice! Living with diabetes in a city and country that isn’t home can sometimes be challenging so we wanted to get Lorna’s perspective on how she prepared and what life