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Type 2 diabetes Archive

Valentine’s Tips for All the Significant Others

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we recently asked our MiniMed Ambassadors if they had any tips to give to all of the significant others out there, living with someone who has diabetes. I have to say, as I read through some of these a part of me got a little teary-eyed. My husband and

Intimate Moments: Diabetes Doesn’t have to Get in the Way

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and I’m lucky to have the best Valentine in the world – my beautiful wife. So, what better time to discuss diabetes and intimacy? As you may remember, I wear the MiniMed 630G system to help manage my daily life with diabetes. The CGM helps me make

Sign Up for Auto Reorder – One Less Thing to Worry About!

From infusion sets and reservoirs, to sensors, test strips, tapes, prep wipes, and even batteries for your insulin pump – it may sometimes seem like the list of supplies you need to keep track of is never-ending. We have an easy solution to making sure you have most of your diabetes supplies covered. You

DiabetesSistersVoices: Gain Support and Help Research

As a patient living with diabetes, social media has become an important part of my life. It’s where I connect with others who have diabetes for support and advice. It’s where I learn about the newest technologies and innovations that can keep me healthy. It doesn’t take the place of my doctors, but it

New Year, New You! Belts and Sport Pouches to help with your fitness goals

It’s a New Year, which means time to set your resolutions! No better time to reset and plan for the year ahead.  The most common resolutions are related to fitness. Healthy lifestyle choices are also an important part of managing your diabetes therapy and wearing an insulin pump should not limit you from staying