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If you’ve got unused diabetes supplies that you no longer need, don’t throw them away! Here are several easy ways that you can donate your supplies to others. Continue Reading »

The next-generation continuous glucose monitor – which includes optional high and low glucose alerts – will be available to people with diabetes in Canada over the age of four  Continue Reading »

Dr. Francine Kaufman breaks down what we need to know about avoiding hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia during and after exercise. She explains the recommendations and guidelines recently outlined in a position statement by global diabetes organizations to help people with type 1 diabetes exercise while using continuous glucose monitoring Continue Reading »

DiabetesMine’s 2020 Innovation Days covered the latest in diabetes technology, including advances in continuous glucose monitoring and glucose prediction Continue Reading »

Tandem’s Control-IQ hybrid closed loop system will soon become the first automated delivery system available to people with type 1 diabetes in Canada Continue Reading »

A sibling’s diagnosis of type 1 diabetes inspires a digital company that believes in encouragement, connection, and accountability  Continue Reading »

While many people with diabetes use a blood glucose meter to check our blood sugar levels, you may not be using your meter often enough to help you feel better.​ Ashlee Ernst and Betsy Otten, two diabetes nurse educators, share tips on how to get the most out of your glucose checks, how to read data reports, and how to find a meter that’s right for you Continue Reading »

People with diabetes who take multiple daily injections of insulin can now track their insulin doses and view their real-time glucose data all in one place though the InPen app. InPen is the only FDA-cleared smart insulin dosing pen and can now integrate with the Guardian Connect continuous glucose monitor Continue Reading »

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