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The Libre Sense CGM is similar to the Freestyle Libre 2, but it’s made for athletes and not for people with diabetes Continue Reading »

Wearable diabetes technology and its adhesives can irritate the skin. Read about common skin reactions, what to look out for, how to prevent skin issues, and more tips for skin health Continue Reading »

In part two of Dr. Bergenstal's video series on understanding your ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) report, he discusses how to use the information to help your diabetes management and where to find your AGP report on different diabetes devices Continue Reading »

Team Novo Nordisk will continue training and supporting professional cyclists with diabetes, as well as conducting research on diabetes and exercise, for another three years Continue Reading »

The MiniMed 770G system has been cleared by the FDA for people two years of age and older with type 1 diabetes. Its Bluetooth-connected pump and smartphone app make data uploading and sharing far easier; plus, a big win, 770G users can upgrade to the MiniMed 780G – the next generation MiniMed closed loop system – for free when available, for “automatic” updates Continue Reading »

A new study provides CGM training, insulin dosing support, and mental health services through a fully virtual model to see if virtual specialty care can effectively help people with diabetes Continue Reading »

What is an ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) report and what can it tell you? In this video, Dr. Rich Bergenstal from the International Diabetes Center explains the origin of the AGP report, how to read the information it includes, and ways to use your AGP to optimize your CGM data Continue Reading »

What’s an AGP report, and what does it show? Why does my AGP matter? How can I use an AGP report to improve my blood glucose levels and time in range? Continue Reading »

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