Diabetes wearable devices are tools that give us flexibility at our fingertips when it comes to insulin delivery.
LADA -- latent autoimmune diabetes in adults -- was first acknowledged in
For years, the HbA1c test has been the gold standard of care for assessing a person's blood sugar levels over the previous three months.
Tubed or untethered - most (not all) of us living the subcutaneous insulin delivery life - a.k.a., wearing the Omnipod® System or another insulin pump - are privy to an idiosyncratic phenomenon that happens on occasion with a new infusion site.
I love summer - Warm temps and longer days mean more time outdoors doing some of my absolutely favorite things.
Since the launch of the Omnipod DASH™ System in Spring 2019, we have received many questions from the community regarding coverage. Here are some common questions and answers from our Market Access team.
I’m Dr. Trang Ly - Pediatric Endocrinologist and Medical Director here at Insulet, the makers of the Omnipod® System. I make sure that the products we develop are safe and effective for our users. Here’s a secret – I have the BEST job in the world!
Summertime is here, and with it come more days spent at the pool, beach or enjoying other outdoor activities.
In mid-2015 at the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE)’s annual conference, Insulet held the first Sex, Insulin, and Rock ‘N’ Roll live forum. No joke!
Basketball. It’s been a passion of mine ever since I was a kid. Watching the pros, playing the game with friends, even following fantasy team stats.
Let's face it ̶ nobody enjoys being sick. When you have diabetes, illness adds an unwelcome layer of complexity to your day-to-day management. You may be feeling miserable and want nothing more than to sleep, but you still need to stay on top of things by checking blood glucose (BG) and ketone
Anyone who uses an insulin pump knows there are many benefits in terms of lifestyle and glucose control. However, there's also a lot that can go wrong. Just the other day, I got one of those annoying “occlusion” alarms for no apparent reason.