Walking a Tightrope – Dealing with the Highs and Lows

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission. By Julie Heverly Julie Heverly joined The diaTribe Foundation in 2021 as the Director of Institutional Giving. Heverly was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes after her junior year at Washington & Jefferson College and she is a guest writer for diaTribe Learn. Julie Heverly describes one harrowing day when […]

Control-IQ: The Good, the Challenges, and Tips

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission. After a month of her daughter using Control-IQ, Katie Bacon reviews the pros and cons of the algorithm and shares her family’s tips and takeaways When the email came through in early April that our daughter, Bisi, could now download the software to run Control-IQ on her t:slim […]

Creative Bolus Strategies Result in Better Glycemic Control (ADA 2020)

At the American Diabetes Association (ADA) 80th scientific sessions on Friday afternoon, Margaret Pellizzarri, RN, MS, MBA, CDE along with the Integrated Diabetes Services team, including Gary Scheiner, MS, CDE delivered a unique presentation on clever insulin bolusing techniques for people living with diabetes who use a pump or multiple daily injections, when dosing for […]

Bolus Breakdown: Waffle Edition

This content originally appeared on Arden’s Day and the Juicebox Podcast. Republished with permission. Insulin Is About Timing and Amount… Listeners of my podcast hear me say all of the time that type 1 diabetes is about understanding how insulin works in you. With that understanding, you can make good decisions about the timing of […]