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“I needed to take my own advice” – Catching up with advocate Chris Ruden

 We are far away from New Year’s resolutions and it’s feeling a little wintry and dreary around here. Good time to get some motivation and check in with Chris Ruden. Many of you know likely know Chris – who lives with type 1 – from his appearance on the Titan games, his bodybuilding videos…

In the News.. Tandem Mobi released, surprising outcomes for type 2 surgery, exercise and diabetes studies, T1D at the Super Bowl, and more!

 It’s In the News, a look at the top stories and headlines from the diabetes community happening now. Top stories this week: Tandem announces it’s taking orders and starting to ship the Mobi pump, Insulet gets European approval for the Abbott Libre integration with Omnipod 5, new study looks at type 2 remission and…

Dexcom’s Jake Leach on a new CGM for type 2, updates on G6, G7 and more!

  This week, we get an update from Dexcom. I’m talking to the Chief Operating Officer about everything from their soon to be launched CGM for people with type 2, that’s called Stelo, to interoperability, connectivity and lots of your questions about G6, G7 and beyond.   Find out more about Moms’ Night Out  Please…

CGM is a legal “reasonable accommodation.” Why are many schools still fighting it?

 This week, legal rights and diabetes have come a long way – but as the technology changes, so have some of the challenges. What happens when a school refuses to use CGM technology? I’m talking to two attorneys this week who have actionable advice and the law on their side. The Dept of Justice…

In the News.. weight loss & cancer study for T2D, new pump submitted, Summer Olympic hopeful with T1D and more!

 It’s In the News, a look at the top stories and headlines from the diabetes community happening now. Top stories this week: a look at how weight loss might lower cancer risk in people with type 2, a new study that says BG spikes are good(?!), Modular Medical submits a new insulin pump the…

“It lets us have more fun” – Camp Surefire uses new tech to see every diabetes camper’s CGM data all at once

Let’s talk about diabetes camp! It’s probably still cold where you live, but now is the time to start planning. Your local camp may open for registration in the next couple of weeks. My guest is the Dr. Gregory Fox, medical director of Camp Surefire in Rhode Island. He’s going to answer many common questions…