Posted by Naomi Kingery Bayardo on in Lifestyle

Summertime often means higher temps, humidity, and water activities, all of which can make it trickier to get your continuous glucose monitor (CGM) and infusion set to stick.Try not to sweat it.

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Posted by Anna Bjorlin on in Education and Information

If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with diabetes, you’ve probably heard the term “bolus” or “bolusing” come up along the way, whether in conversations with a healthcare provider or even among your own personal research.

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Posted by LOOP Blog Editorial on in Education and Information

When you first heard about automated insulin delivery systems, did you have questions or thoughts of how they would work and what they might be like? Maybe you were concerned about how using the system might would affect your life.

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Posted by Cheryl Cormany on in Education and Information
Tips for your Guardian™ 4 sensors

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Posted by Cheryl Cormany on in Lifestyle

Cheryl is not only a person with diabetes and Medtronic employee, she's also a busy mom with three kids. Today she shares her insight on the impact a diagnosis can have on a family, specifically how her diabetes has changed the way she has raised her children.

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Posted by Sabrina Huda Sanchez on in Education and Information

If you’re a parent of a child with diabetes, you are likely familiar with the unique challenges of balancing your child’s health needs while they’re at school. Having a Section 504 Plan for kids with diabetes can play a vital role in ensuring a supportive environment for them. 

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Posted by Jaime Cline on in Lifestyle

I’m Jaime, a Medtronic employee living with type 1 diabetes. Living with diabetes has its challenges and sometimes it may affect your relationship, but if you have the right partner who loves and supports you, then it shouldn’t affect it at all. 

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Posted by Sabrina Huda Sanchez on in Lifestyle

Meet Shaquana, a Medtronic Champion living with diabetes in Brooklyn, New York along with her husband Ernest and their 11-year-old son, Allen, who was also diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2023.

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Posted by Naomi Kingery Bayardo on in Lifestyle

Like me, you probably have a diabetes supply drawer (unofficially) labeled with "I have no idea what to do with these." We recently asked a question to our Facebook community that read, "Spring is almost here!

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Posted by Sabrina Huda Sanchez on in Health and Wellness

Diabetic neuropathy (DPN) is one of the more common complications that can arise from living with diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), diabetic neuropathy affects nearly half of all people with diabetes.

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