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Eye Care Tips for People with Diabetes

When I was first diagnosed I learned about the risk of diabetes complications. While these can be tough discussions to have, I knew it was important to learn the potential impact diabetes could have on my body. My eye doctor told me that eyes are one of the first places where you can become
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Pump Tip: Understanding the “Auto Off” Alarm

Since insulin pumps work on your behalf throughout the day every single day, it’s so important that there are built-in safety features. One feature you might not be familiar with is the “Auto Off” alarm. “Auto Off” is a safety feature designed to automatically stop insulin delivery if for some reason you don’t press
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SPIbelt waist pouches now available on the Medtronic Diabetes Online Store!

New pump accessories are one of my favorite topics! We know you’re always looking for different ways to wear your pump – whether it’s while working out, sleeping, or just during your day-to-day activities. And when it comes to accessories that help with pump wear, one brand we’ve heard a lot about over the
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Quality of Life: Beyond the A1C

Today I want to introduce you to Caroline, a MiniMed Ambassador and Instagram-fanatic, who recently served as one of our social media correspondents at the American Diabetes Association’s 76th Scientific Sessions in New Orleans. Joined by the Medtronic team and healthcare professionals from around the world, Caroline attended countless sessions on diabetes care throughout
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Living Alone with Diabetes

Ever concerned about living alone with diabetes? Like most other things, it just means some extra preparation and a little occasional help from your friends.  Today, MiniMed Ambassador Leslie Kramer tells us how she does it. Almost 40 years ago a very wise woman, my mother, allowed me to make the most important decision