Diabetes Equipment And Devices Articles
Learn how advanced technology uses your smartphone to predict your insulin needs.
RN, is a freelance writer, patient advocate, health coach, and long-distance cyclist. She and her daughter both live healthfully with type 1 diabetes.Living with diabetes, I often think to myself, “Dare I leave…
A unique design makes it easier to see through and more comfortable to wear.
The technology leader hopes to make monitoring blood glucose simple and painless.
Have you heard the latest news about the artificial pancreas and closed loop technology in the diabetes community? In September 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved new technology that will automatically regulate basal…
Learn about the past, present, and future of diabetes management and care from diabetes advocates and Mike Hoskins, managing editor of DiabetesMine.
Michael W. Hoskins discusses how diabetes technology has changed over the last thirty years.
Learn about a smart insulin delivery system that promises big advantages over conventional insulin pens.
Diabetes Forecast offered inside peeks into what’s new and exciting in diabetes technology in this week’s community Twitter discussion.
Special guest blogger Kelly Rawlings of Diabetes Forecast magazine shares the latest trends in diabetes tech.
This week we welcomed Dana Lewis and Scott Leibrand, founders of the #DIYPS (the Do-It-Yourself Pancreas System) and founders of the #OpenAPS movement to join our community discussion.
Dana Lewis explains how social media enables diabetes innovations.
In love as in blood sugar control, it pays to choose carefully. Here's how to find an insulin pump you'll fall in love with.
Registered nurse and PWD Jewels Dozkicz dives deep into the world of CGM tech in this overview of your most advanced options.
To think like a pancreas, you have to have the right tools, implemented skillfully, by a driven individual.
How to have better access to diabetes care equipment from our September 29 user Q and A. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.