Tag Archives: CGM

Flying with Devices: How to Make it Easier

With school vacation approaching, this week the Joslin Blog is dedicated to safe travels with diabetes. This piece is written by Alexandra Root, student at Boston College and an intern in the Joslin Communications department.  “It’s my insulin pump, I’m … Continue reading

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The Emotional Impact of Diabetes on Family Members

While some people choose to manage their diabetes on their own, family members also live with diabetes and witness their loved one’s diabetes management. Until recently, there was very little data that examined the emotional impact of diabetes for family … Continue reading

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Getting the Most of your CGM-Continuous Glucose Monitor

You decided to take the plunge and ordered a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) a few months ago. Maybe you were having frequent low blood glucose readings or perhaps you just want to tweak your control and lower your A1C. Wearing … Continue reading

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