Five Reasons Why I Choose Multiple Daily Injections

Since the day I was diagnosed, I have had people telling me I should consider an insulin pump. Seven and a half years later, I still say no. My A1c has always been in a healthy range, and I am fine with only having one device, the Dexcom G6 continuous glucose monitor (CGM), on my […]

Be Prepared: Surviving Natural Disasters with Diabetes

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission. By: Amber Clour Amber Clour was born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma. Twenty-one days after her eighth birthday, she was rushed to Children’s Hospital where she spent two weeks learning how to live her new life with type 1 diabetes. In 2015 she co-founded DiabetesDailyGrind.com and the Real Life […]

Injection Device Helping a Family Manage New Diabetes Diagnosis During COVID

Jennifer, like many others, has worried about her family’s health during the coronavirus pandemic. In June, she was diagnosed with COVID-19. Shortly after, her 13-year old son Mason started feeling ill. Unsure if he too had contracted the virus, they visited their local emergency room. Soon after, the family was informed that Mason was living […]

Insulin Pump Therapy for Those Living with Type 2 Diabetes: Doris’s Story

 LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MINIMED™ 630G SYSTEM My name is Doris, and I am a wife, small business owner, volunteer and an Assistant Director at a non-profit agency. I’m always busy, which is why some are surprised that I also live with type 2 diabetes. Managing my diabetes hasn’t always been easy. In reading […]

How to Extend the Dexcom G6 Sensor Beyond the Ten Day Hard Stop

Some clever technologists have discovered how to restart a Dexcom sensor to extend its life beyond ten days. The process works by exploiting a bug in the sensor pairing process. Katie DiSimone walked us through the process. Katie is involved in the community of people who are building homemade automated insulin delivery systems using current […]

New Implantable Device Gains Attention

We have seen major advancements in the world of continuous glucose monitors in recent years, including Eversense, the first implantable device. This implanted device is able to monitor blood glucose, as well as alert the person when their levels get too low or high. One issue with implantable devices is how to continuously power them. […]