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I like to drink flavored iced green teas that are kind of fruity, but have no sugar/carbs like Lipton's Blueberry Acai or Raspberry Goji.…"
"Here is the info directly from the Dexcom manual:
It is safe for you to go through the metal detector or be “handwanded” while wearing your Dexcom sensor and transmitter. If you’re concerned
or uncomfortable about going through the…"
"The Dexcom manual specifically states that you should not put the receiver through the x-ray machine. I'm not sure that TSA will let you keep it clipped to your belt, but my understanding is that metal detectors or body scanners will not damage…"
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Here’s a new way to celebrate Valentines Day: Buy a dozen roses, spare the cost of one (about $5) and donate to IDF’s Life for a Child program. By doing this, you will help children in need of life saving insulin. Those of Read on! →
Read the Spanish version of the announcement. BERKELEY, CA: January 15, 2015 – Manny Hernandez, President and Co-Founder of the Diabetes Hands Foundation (DHF), has announced his decision to step down as President of the organization. “Diabetes Hands Foundation has Read on! →