Get Fit for the Future of Automated Insulin Delivery

This is an exciting time for diabetes technology! 

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Racing with Vikings (and Diabetes)

I woke up on race morning with an extremely high blood sugar of 370 and noticed that, for the first time in my 16 years of living with Type 1 diabetes, my insulin pump tubing was not connected to my body. Was this a sign of things to come?

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Exercise and Diabetes

Everyone knows that getting regular physical activity is good for you, but it can be particularly beneficial for people with diabetes. Physical activity can help control blood sugar as well as relieve stress, improve heart health, strengthen the muscles and bones, and improve mood.  For a person.

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Reaching the Unreachable: A Personal Approach to Diabetes

As published by Huffington Post 1/15/14; http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-weingard/post_6474_b_4466725.html

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Diabetes Technology: Friend or Foe?

Today I finished the Philadelphia Marathon, proud at “toughing it out” and running the whole time – though slower than expected and with way more diabetes challenges than necessary.

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