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In the not-so-distant future, people with diabetes or parents caring for type 1 kids could have more peace of mind sleeping through the night thanks to a new device Dexcom's developing. The California company that makes continuous glucose monitors (
Almost two years after the Animas Vibe hit the market in Europe, this Monday Johnson & Johnson submitted the pump to the U.S. regulatory agency. The company publicly announced the submission during their first quarter earnings call early this morning.
Within a year of diagnosis, Donna helped her daughter get started pumping, and then in November 2008, the family began creating unique cases for pumps and other D-supplies under the label Tallygear (named after her Tally, of course!). Their main
This is the ADA's annual update of their Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes , and the 56-page document deals with everything from classifying the various flavors of diabetes to the use of a 128-Hz tuning fork in foot exams. But unlike past years,
As noted in our 2012 Revelations post, when continuous glucose monitoring is accurate and user-friendly , I find it to be an incredible tool that actually becomes difficult to live without! I've been living with the G4 since mid-November, am actually
Fifteen days later, I was opening a FedEx box from Dexcom and have been wear ing the G4 Platinum 24-7-19 since then...Yeah, I added nineteen to the name 'cause, you know, as of today, that's how many days I've had it. You can't be 24-7-365 until you'
It's been a while, but we're back with our ongoing series by and for loved ones of people with diabetes (PWDs), the so-called Diabetic Partner Follies . Today we're proud to share a post written by Sandy Floyd, who lives with her type 1 husband Vince
Despite his inability to see, Tom's visionary thinking on D-innovation has the potential to impact many in the Diabetes Community. Not only is Tom a PWD himself, but he also has a young son who was diagnosed at age 4. His winning contest video was
Err and err and err again but less and less and less. My road to wisdom took another turn on Memorial Day 2011, when I went to the grocery store to get a mango. I was feeling shaky, but my brain didn't register that anything was wrong.
CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitor) Medtronic's CGM needle used to insert the sensor. Like I mentioned in my article last week on the pros and cons of pumping , my son Medium has an aunt who has lived with type 1 diabetes for nearly 40 years, so we