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Tag Archive: Continuous Glucose Monitor

The Artificial Pancreas

“Where is the money I am donating to you for JDRF going to?” is a question that I am asked all too frequently. My friends, family and supporters are always interested to know… Continue reading

A Look Into the Future…

Blogs tend to morph over time, as interests shifts and life happens: Ebb and Flow. With the New Year upon us, I would like to reflect back to when I started this little… Continue reading

Gaining Control

With that extra encouragement from my doctor (and my husband), I feel like I can get it into a ‘normal’ or ‘acceptable’ range more quickly than ever before.

Rollercoaster Ride

July 16  “Wordless Wednesday” – Share a picture or video on your blog!

Does My Diabetes Look Big?

July 2 “Wordless Wednesday” – Share a picture or video on your blog!

3 Things You Should Never Say to a Person with Diabetes

So many people say things without even thinking! When I tell people I have diabetes, certain thoughts tend to just pop out of their mouths, it can be frustrating because while those thoughts… Continue reading

Thank You for Joining in The Walk to Cure Diabetes

This is exactly why I work hard every year to raise money for JDRF to help find a cure for Type 1 diabetes. It’s not the amount of money that is important, it’s… Continue reading

JDRF Experts Weigh in on Better Metrics for Blood-Glucose Control

Technological advances and enhanced treatments over the past 40 years have led to major improvements in blood-glucose control for people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). More sophisticated tools, such as systems to automate… Continue reading

College Life with Diabetes

I recently read a forum about a Type 1 Diabetic, High School Senior, who is going away to college in the fall. She wanted more insight as to what college life is like… Continue reading

Thank Goodness for CGM Technology

After another low blood sugar in the middle of the night, I am again so glad that I have a CGM. My continuous glucose monitor (CGM) started to vibrate at 3:10 am last… Continue reading