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“We’re All Figuring This Out Together” – Improving School Care For Children With Type 1 Diabetes

Back to school is stressful for families touched by diabetes, even without this year’s incredible and unique challenges. There’s a new service in development to help make it just a little easier to let someone else take care of your child. Bob Weishar is the founder of a new company called Invincible. We’ll find out…

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“A First Look Under The Hood” – Control IQ Studies & What’s Next From Tandem

Tandem presented new studies at the recent ADA conference and got approval for some of the youngest people with diabetes to use their newest tech. Steph Habif is Tandem’s Senior Director of Behavioral Sciences. She shares what those studies found, gives us more information about Control IQ and touches on what products are up next…

Kevin and Melissa Lee

“You Can Either Help Us or Understand We’ll Do It Anyway.” One Couple’s Story in the DIY Diabetes Movement

Melissa and Kevin Lee played an important role in what we know now as NightScout and the DIY movement.  Their interest was initially sparked because they wanted to have children. Melissa lives with type 1 and Kevin has an engineering background. They jumped in with many other “hackers” to create what we know now as…

Mark Heyman

“Don’t Judge Yourself, Everything You’re Feeling is Normal” – Managing Stress With T1D

 If you’re feeling extraordinary stress because of events in the news, you’re not alone. This week, Stacey talks to Dr. Mark Heyman about simple things people with diabetes can do to manage better (and give themselves a break). Dr. Heyman is a diabetes psychologist and the Founder and Director of the Center for Diabetes and…