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Summertime Diabetes Management Routines: Extreme Heat Edition

Our friends in the diabetes community have recently shared some great tips on how to wear an insulin pump in the summertime and how to manage your diabetes when swimming. Today we wrap up this series as they share tips specifically for when those temperatures get really extreme. How about you ? how are

Summertime Diabetes Management Routines: Swim Edition

You recently heard from some of our friends in the diabetes community who shared their tips for how to wear an insulin pump in the summertime. Today they're back to talk about diabetes management tips when going swimming. If you're hitting the beach, pool or lake this weekend, make sure to read on!

Summer Diabetes Management Routines: Fashion Edition

Summertime brings warmer weather, which means a lighter wardrobe of skirts, shorts and swimwear. So, we asked some of our friends in the diabetes online community for some tips on how they wear their insulin pumps with summer fashion. Read what they had to say, then tell us your own tips in the

Being Prepared With A Diabetes Management Back-Up Plan

As a kid, you might have loved going to the circus to watch acrobats fly through the air, grabbing each other's arms and legs as they swung from one trapeze to the other. You might have thought, "I can do that!" However, when they took away the safety net below, oh how quickly our

Blog Roundup: Summertime Water Tips

One of the first questions I had when I first got my MiniMed insulin pump was, "How do I wear my pump in places that have water, like a beach?" I soon found out that there are several options and sometimes it just takes some extra thought into how you're going to handle it