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Hi everyone!I will be new to the Dexcom G4, only because it FINALLY became available to buy (for me) last week. Since I haven't had the opportunity to see it live, nor have I seen it on someone else, I wanted to know do you find it stands out? Do…Continue
My 12 year old daughter just finished her 1st week using the Dexcom G4, and we all love it! (She also is a pumper of 8 years, currently using the Animus Ping)Being new to the CGM world, we are curious about how frequently CGM users test with their…Continue
My son is ten and has had T1D for 27 months. I know it is early for me to be worrying about adulthood and becoming a parent. However, I fully believe knowledge is power. What input does anyone have about what it's like to be a parent with T1? If he…Continue
It is now very clear to me that I happened to be the recipient of a bad lot # in my shipment of the "new" Omnipod. Here's hoping things can change! I really want to stay with this system but it definitely had a very negative impact on my Thanksgiving out of town... (and no, the desserts did not help matters!)
What diabetes milestones have you celebrated? Read the story of Richard Vaughn, a.k.a. Richard157, who has lived with diabetes for 68 years and is a Joslin 50-Year Medalist in our latest Discuss Diabetes post. Best, Laura K.
While doing birthday greetings this morning I went to the page for “Bebo321” and she has a simple yet provocative question on her page. “Diabetes blogging, how do you advocate”? I suppose it is provocative for me since I started blogging.
By the way this is blog number 131, of my personal commitment to write 200 blogs. So I have written 130 blogs, and Bebo on her page asked the question, how do you…Continue
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