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Posted By Amanda Sheldon | March 7, 2014

Spring is here, which means that it’s Daylight Savings time! On March 9, most of us here in the U.S. will “Spring Forward” our clocks by one hour.  Read More >


Posted By Amanda Sheldon | October 29, 2013

Fall is here, which means that it’s Daylight Savings Time! On November 3, most of us here in the U.S. “fall back” our clocks by one hour. The time on your insulin pump/continuous glucose monitor (CGM) determines your personal settings (including basal and bolus rates), so you'll want to make sure it is always up-to-date.  Read More >


Posted By Amanda Sheldon | March 8, 2013

Spring is almost here, which means that it’s time for Daylight Savings Time! On March 10, most of us here in the U.S. “spring forward” our clocks by one hour. The time on your insulin pump/continuous glucose monitor (CGM) determines your personal settings (including basal and bolus rates), so you’ll want to make sure it is always up-to-date.  Read More >


Posted By Karrie Hawbaker | November 9, 2012

I want to take a moment to thank all of you who participated in the Medtronic Diabetes Ambassador Election<link to previous blog>! It was exciting to host an election allowing the community to come together and share their thoughts and vote on their favorite diabetes ambassador.  Read More >


Posted By Karrie Hawbaker | November 6, 2012

In the spirit of the 2012 U.S. General Election held today, we thought we would run an election of our own to determine your favorite Medtronic sponsored Diabetes Ambassador of all-time. Over the last 30 years, several characters have helped us communicate with kids and kids at heart in the diabetes community. Today, the Bolus Wizard, Carl the Chameleon, and Lenny the Lion are each asking for your vote for favorite all-time Diabetes Ambassador.  Read More >


Posted By Amanda Sheldon | November 2, 2012

Fall is here, which means that it’s time for Daylight Savings Time to come to an end. On March 11, most of us here in the U.S. “fall back” by turning our clocks back by one hour. The time on your insulin pump/continuous glucose monitor (CGM) determines your personal settings (including basal and bolus rates), so you’ll want to make sure it is always up-to-date  Read More >


Posted By Karen Graffeo | August 28, 2012

As a person with diabetes, I find that certain foods will completely wreck my blood sugar. Those items can vary from person to person, but I’ve got quite a list of foods that always bring me major blood sugar mayhem. So when I began pumping after 28 years of injections I was determined to use my pump’s features to tackle some of my favorite challenging foods. Any guesses on which food was first on my list?  Read More >


Posted By Sarah Knotts | July 19, 2012

Before my Paradigm Revel, my old routine used to look a bit like this: 1. Check blood sugar 2. Calculate carbs (if eating a meal or snack) 3. Pull out the calculator and use about 3-4 different mathematical equations to guess at a round-about dose for said carbs 4. Then, either inject (if I were using pens) or program my old pump to deliver the said dose. 5. And, when I was able to get a CGM, my next step was to find the CGM and input my latest BG reading in for calibration.  Read More >


Posted By Karrie Hawbaker | March 9, 2012

Spring has almost sprung, which means that Daylight Savings Time is here. On March 11, most of us here in the U.S. “spring forward” our clocks by one hour. The time on your insulin pump/continuous glucose monitor (CGM) determines your personal settings (including basal and bolus rates), so you’ll want to make sure it is always up-to-date.  Read More >


Posted By Amanda Sheldon | November 3, 2011

Fall is here, which means that it’s time for Daylight Savings Time to come to an end. On November 6, most of us here in the U.S. “fall back” by turning our clocks back by one hour. The time on your insulin pump/continuous glucose monitor (CGM) determines your personal settings (including basal and bolus rates), so you’ll want to make sure it is always up-to-date.  Read More >


Posted By Sarah Knotts | October 13, 2011

That’s the name of the game when you’re a new mom. From the time your feet hit the floor in the morning until you lay back down at night for a hopeful few hours of rest, you’re on the go. Whether you’re getting the baby what he needs or trying to get yourself ready without putting on two different socks (or remembering the socks at all?), you’re constantly moving and going, trying to get everything done in time.  Read More >


Posted By Karrie Hawbaker | June 30, 2011

July 4th is a great time to celebrate our nation’s independence with friends and family, outdoor activities and (of course) food. As Americans, this is a holiday where we traditionally love to go big. If you have diabetes, a little restraint and planning might be in order, but there’s no reason you can’t go big on fun. Here are a few tips from our clinical team to help keep you on track.  Read More >


Posted By Naomi Kingery | April 14, 2011

When someone asks what my favorite thing is about my pump, there would be a tie with three answers: less shots, Bolus Wizard, and it’s pink (of course). Why the Bolus Wizard, above all the pump features? Let me explain.  Read More >


Posted By Ali Straub | March 10, 2011

Spring has almost sprung, which means that Daylight Savings Time is here. On March 13, most of us here in the U.S. “spring forward” our clocks by one hour. The time on your insulin pump/continuous glucose monitor (CGM) determines your personal settings (including basal and bolus rates), so you’ll want to make sure it is always up-to-date.  Read More >


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