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6 Things You Probably Don’t Know About the New MiniMed 630G System

You might have already heard about the exciting updates made on our new MiniMed® 630G system, from the remote bolusing option to waterproofing. But when it comes to diabetes tech, sometimes the little things make a big difference. That’s why we listened to the diabetes community and incorporated your feedback throughout the design process. 
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Pump Tip: Taking Advantage of the “Daily Totals” Feature

It’s one thing to know your Daily Totals, but you can take your diabetes management to the next level by staying on top of your history. The Daily Totals feature on your pump can provide you with instant access to a day-by-day history of your total insulin usage for the previous 32 days. You
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Tips for Parents: Back to School with Diabetes

You might remember Naomi from Perth, Australia from her blog post earlier this year. Today we’ve invited her back to talk about what’s top of mind for many of you: back to school! Naomi’s five-year-old son, Xavier, lives with T1D. And while the timing of the school semester and specific policies might vary from
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Meet the Newest Member of the Family: The MiniMed 630G System

  Great news, everyone! Today I’m thrilled to share that the FDA has approved the MiniMed® 630G system with SmartGuard™ technology. This advanced diabetes system provides better glucose control[i], protective action and personalized management so you can focus less on managing highs and lows and more on what matters most to you –whether that’s
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Pump Tip: Helpful Resources for Your Child’s School Nurse

Have a child or teen with diabetes going back to school? Even after the meetings with teachers and nurses, diabetes, insulin pumps and glucose monitors can be overwhelming. This is understandable, of course. We all know that the diabetes crash course can leave one’s head spinning. And school nurses have to so many kids