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Take the Medtronic Community Member Survey | The LOOP Blog

Take The Medtronic Community Member Survey

We love our community members and want to be sure we’re doing all we can to help you or your loved ones live a happier, healthier life with diabetes. To get a better understanding of who you are and how you use social media for diabetes information and support, we put together a quick
Stress Less: 4 Tips For Helping Diabetes Related Stress | The LOOP Blog

Stress Less: 4 Tips For Helping Diabetes Related Stress

Stress is a very common problem for anyone, especially a person with diabetes. Throughout the day, there may be four or five different things that I am feeling stressed out about. Do I have enough time to meet a client deadline? My daughter, wife, and myself all have an appointment today. The pool needs
Why I Chose A Medtronic Insulin Pump |  The LOOP Blog

Why I Chose A Medtronic Insulin Pump

The decision to start insulin pump therapy is personal, and there’s no right answer to the question of when and whether to start. Initially hesitant to have something attached to her body, after 17 years of multiple daily injections (MDI), Adele Morgan decided it was her time to begin her journey pumping with Medtronic.
Transitioning Diabetes Care From D-Parent To Child | The LOOP Blog

Transitioning Diabetes Care From D-Parent To Child

Willa is a bubbly pre-teen who loves to dance and easily makes new friends. She was also diagnosed with type 1 diabetes four years ago, just after her 8th birthday. As Willa transitions from a child to a pre-teen, she’s going to take on more life responsibilities, including caring for her diabetes management. Willa’s
MasterLab 2015: Raising Voices for Diabetes Advocacy | The LOOP Blog

MasterLab 2015: Raising Voices For Diabetes Advocacy

We had a great time sponsoring the second annual MasterLab Diabetes Advocates conference again this year in Orlando. Hosted by the Diabetes Hands Foundation, this event brings together leaders from across the diabetes community to speak and learn about diabetes advocacy. Wanting to provide advocates in the Diabetes Online Community (DOC) the tools to