I became a mother when I was 32 years old, 14 years after my diagnosis with type 1 diabetes. Until then, I had weathered my personal diabetes storm as best I could: sometimes with ease, oftentimes with difficulties. But by the time I decided to embark on the journey of motherhood, I had a good grasp of how to best live with diabetes.
Lights, Camera, Action . . . Omnipod is on Television!
Omnipod debuted a national television pilot campaign in the United States, which started airing on major cable networks September 14th! You may watch them here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSW_spVqfa0
Choosing diabetes technology may feel daunting, confusing and overwhleming. And while glucose meters, smart insulin pens, continuous glucose monitors (CGMs), insulin pumps, and various diabetes apps can help reduce your day-to-day management burden, picking from the many options can be a tall order.
Sponsored post from DreaMed Diabetes
Idan Tsadok, Algorithm Developer at DreaMed Diabetes in Tel-Aviv, shares her insight into working at a start-up focused on diabetes, while also as a person living with diabetes.
Expert Tips to Help People Living with Diabetes Prepare for Low Blood Sugar Events
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